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Incantation – Vanquish in Vengeance

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Aaah, The Masters themselves! Within one of my reviews, I have mentioned that I heard a lot of typical Incantation or Immolation influences in a bunch of releases lately. Not a bad thing at all as these Death Metal Veterans haven’t released a single disappointing album. And I’m not the only one with this opinion, believe you me! And I can already tell you, “Vanquish in Vengeance” is once again a quality album on the shelf. Everything you can and will expect from an Incantation release, is on “Vanquish in Vengeance”. The murky Death/Doom, the faster passages, the guttural vokills of John McEntee, groovy drumming by Kyle Severn and all this based on a massive rhythm. The 6 years of waiting for a new album was worthwhile. Classick Incantation! (Ricardo)