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Vital Remains - Dechristianize album download

Vital Remains - Dechristianize album download

Vital Remains
Death Metal,Heavy Metal,Grindcore,Black Metal
April 29, 2002 - May 11, 2002
Recording location:
Morrisound Studios, Tampa, FL
MP3 archive size:
1502 mb
FLAC archive size:
1366 mb
Other formats:

Dechristianize ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Gat). Dechristianize ‎(CD, Album).

Produced by Vital Remains. Album Dechristianize. Dechristianize Lyrics. Trembling to its fall Putting and end to it all By storm, by force With might, without remorse We are here to conquer this world. Like cancer, our hate consumes the light of elysium Unstoppable force of demonic supremacy All destroying, all devouring Heaven now ravaged; scarred and empty.

Dechristianize is the fifth album by American death metal band Vital Remains. It was released on August 22, 2003. The lyrics deal with the Dechristianization of France during the French Revolution. The intro - "Let the Killing Begin" - features a section of Carl Orff's "O Fortuna" and voices from the movie The Greatest Story Ever Told. This album was the first to feature Deicide vocalist Glen Benton, and is generally considered to be the band's breakthrough album. All songs by Tony Lazaro and Dave Suzuki.

Dechristianize" is Vital Remains' 5th studio album and the first with front man, Glen Benton of the legendary Deicide. Now, being a huge Deicide fan as well as a Vital Remains fan, this was a no brainier for me. First, the vocals are what you would expect from Glenn Benton, so if you're expecting some sort of transition of sound or vocal style, you won't find it here. Secondly, the music on this release is straight evil.

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Vital Remains is one of metal’s most adamantly anti-Christian bands to have ever existed (in case the album title didn’t say it all), and none of their music is for the faint of heart. This album from the fateful 2003 leaves no doubt as to why it is the most famous of all Vital Remains albums, mainly for three reasons. First of all, the album art/theme. The title itself is offensive.

Pushing the extremes of death metal and grindcore, Vital Remains unleash some of the most intense musical violence conceivable on the band's fourth album, Dechristianize. The amazingly fluid (and fast, of course) guitar soloing provides the only melodic moments on the disc.

Dechristianize was my favourite album of 2003, and although I usually favour old-school Death Metal, it's probably one of my 'top 10' albums of the genre. After the building tension of the intro track (a movie sample alongside Orff's 'O Fortuna'), the first proper song kicks in - the title track - and suddenly we're faced with energetic, vicious Death Metal, driven by breathtakingly fast snare pummeling. I've given this album many many tries to create the following opinion: it's boring. it has some really great moments, especially some solos are very good, but every song is longer than it should.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Let the Killing Begin Tony Lazaro Vital Remains 1:59
2 Dechristianize Tony Lazaro Vital Remains 8:56
3 Infidel Tony Lazaro Vital Remains 6:18
4 Devoured Elysium Tony Lazaro Vital Remains 5:46
5 Savior to None... Failure for All... Tony Lazaro Vital Remains 6:37
6 Unleashed Hell Tony Lazaro Vital Remains 5:58
7 Rush of Deliverance Tony Lazaro Vital Remains 7:08
8 At War With God Tony Lazaro Vital Remains 7:55
9 Entwined By Vengeance Tony Lazaro Vital Remains 10:00
  • Favorite Tracks: 2. Dechristianize 5. Savior to None... Failure to All

  • Vital Remains’ Dechristianize is the band’s breakthrough album, because, right at the time of its release, it was released by many labels, including Century Media. Add to that Glenn Benton’s vocal participation, and you have a monopolizing commercial moniker.It’s unfortunate that the music doesn’t do justice to the circumstances. Vital Remains have always been a band who had relied on excess of everything, violence, impact, Satanism, and especially velocity. The drumming and the rhythmic guitar parts go even for 16th note patterns here, and both are severely overproduced and sound sophisticated, but unrealistic. The whole package seems plastic, in fact, and even Benton’s vocals here are a dirty job like many in the genre can do (with all excuses to Deicide). Granted, the band’s previous vocalists were all poor imitators, but the commercial circumstances of this album are hard to deny. Dave Suzuki’s leads (drummer/lead guitarist since Forever Underground) have become progressively Neoclassical and arrogant, and consist of dramatic scales and passages that are completely anachronistic: a worse destiny gets Lazaro’s rhythmic patterns, which are recorded alone on some sections, and consist 1000% of upper-strings power-chords that repeat endlessly during the whole album, making one think why he should listen to this album and not Morbid Angel.Consider that the album lasts a perfect hour and the last track exactly 10 minutes, and you have an album 98% of the world wouldn’t even want to listen, due to its contorted songwriting, ever-changing rhythmic versatility, god-awful desire to exceed on everything and the complete irrelevance of the melodies. The other 2% of the people may buy it only for the names on it or the blasphemous imagery associated on the lyrics and the cover artwork, but in wait for actually calculating the exact amount of retarded people on Earth, we wouldn’t want to give the listener a mis-information. Highlights: “Dechristianize”.