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  • Audio CD (6 Nov 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Pavement
  • ASIN: B00004YR4Y
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 720,373 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Song Title Time Price
Listen  1. Homicidal Rant 3:280.69  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Night of the Long Knives 3:060.69  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Hill Zone 3:540.69  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Halved 4:060.69  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Serial Dementia 3:100.69  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Bloodline Severed 5:110.69  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Pursuit Revised 4:100.69  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Conflict 3:350.69  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Viral Release 3:400.69  Buy MP3 
Listen10. The Deviant's March 2:590.69  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Envenomed 4:190.69  Buy MP3 

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Envenomed- Malevolent Creation 4 Feb 2001
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
When i fist found out that this lot were still around I was well happy, as i'd just picked up their second album, Retribution from a Roadrunner offer and it was prime death metal in the early nineties vein.
I've just borrowed this, and I can say that it definatelly blew me away!! Dave Culross, the new malevolent drummer, is one excellent blastmaster, pulling off some of the most sustained speed blasts this side of hellhammer on The new mayhem cd.....
As Homocidal Rant explodes the speakers, until the last chords of Envenomed rip your sorry sound system to shreds, this is one hell of an album. The guitars are excellent, but everything is overshadowed by the imposing drumming. That's all I can talk about, as it is really amazing!!!
The vocals are prime acidic cuts of phlegm, and the whole come together for the best track, homocidal Rant.
A magnificent return to form, a sentence that seems to be cropping up a lot lately....
I just wish that i was able to see them live with hateplow, as Dave is also the drummer for Hateplow, and i'd have liked to see him pull it off!!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow... 22 April 2001
By Brandon Thompson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Wow, this album is just all kinds of fun. Where can I start?
This is officially my new "Pissed off" album. When I'm driving, when I just get off of work, and when my life just takes a turn for the worse, this CD has managed to find its way into my stereo. This is just FUN, ANGRY and BRUTAL music. The way it was meant to be. The lyrics... well... what do you want, it's a Death metal band. The lyrics don't measure up to the standards set by Nile, or Deicide, in the intelligence vein, but hey, they're angry, and they make you want to chew on some corpse... that's all I need.
And it's produced very well, might I add, which is my BIGGEST pet peeve to date with all the "Extreme" music bands running around out there, who believe recording onto a four track, in their basement in Norway.. is what keeps them "hardcore." Drums aplenty, with inhuman blast beats, might I add, and the cutting sawblade twin guitars, and the "Kill your cat and shove it in the oven" vocals are what makes me listen to this again and again. This band is the Napalm death for the new age. Dark, with a twist of violent humor, and just plain fun. Period.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars envenomed is their best yet 5 Nov 2000
By oddity - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
phil fasciana sent me an advance copy of ENVENOMED and i was completely blown away by it...it is definitely the band's best album to date. the opening track "homicidal rant" is a catchy uncompromising miserable masterpiece. dave culross has improved his playing by not only getting faster but also becoming more tempo-consistent with fills, double bass, and his trademark human-metronome blast beats. brett hoffman's voice is without a doubt the sickest sounding gurgle i have ever heard in my life. although i would like to hear him one day return to his early day almost-melodic style heard on "the ten commandments", there is no lack of vocal firepower on ENVENOMED especially on the track "night of the long knives", where he belts out the most painful ear-piecing scream ever executed by any death metal vocalist. bottom line...this guy knows what he's doing and he does it well. guitarists phil fasciana and rob barrett are tighter and clearer than ever, and this time bassist gordan simms is finally heard in the mix unlike 1998's underproduced yet classic album THE FINE ART OF MURDER. other high points of ENVENOMED...the "manic demise"-style track "kill zone" and the catchy "deviant's march". if i had to say something negative about this record just to be fair, i would mention the low mix and lack of bite of the rythym guitars. also missing from the band's former formula are brett's intelligent and well crafted lyrics not heard since the band's quirky 1993 effort, STILLBORN. if this makes sense, a perfect record is never "perfect". ENVENOMED is a masterpiece and everyone that can handle death metal should get this. check out my other reviews of MALEVOLENT CREATION coming soon
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is a great album from an underrated DM band. 14 Mar 2005
By J.C. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Before I go over this, I have something to say to the one star reviewer below me. If you didn't like this album, why did you bother purchasing this CD? Only a total moron would do such a mistake like what you did. Please, just f**k off.

Now, back to this album. Malevolent Creation are such an underrated Death Metal band and they really deserve a lot of credit. Their talent must never be denied. This album still exemplifies their great talent. Brett Hoffmann's vocals may turn off some other newcomers but I love his vocal style. He is quite better than most other low-grunting vocalists in Death Metal because instead of just grunting out lyrics, he shapes his voice mostly around the songs and has the creatibility and complexity, making it much better. He's better than Jason Blaschowicz and Kyle Symons (don't get me wrong, Brett is way better than them but then I also like them too.). Brett is at his best when he sings in the song "Pursuit Revised." This song has a duet with a lower voiced singer, probably Kyle Symons (unless that's actually Brett?). Perhaps one of the sickest moments in Heavy (actually Death) Metal history is when Brett's voice starts to crack towards the end of the song, which is absolutely insane.

Another highlight of the album is the drummer, THE Dave Culross. I personally think that he is the most talented drummer in Death Metal. All of the songs shine very well with his drumming but he is at his best when he performs in the title track; there's this weird stutter step at around 1:40.

Time and time again, Malevolent Creation proves that they play second fiddle to no one else. They probably are among the best Death Metal bands in Metal history. Malevolent Creation are NOT disciples of Morbid Angel, Cannibal Corpse, Deicide, or anybody else. They have their own unique style that makes them really talented and almost perfect.

Death to all posers/preps, unoriginal Heavy and Thrash Metal loving Metalheads, and Metal Snobs.

Long live the Death Metal band that is my most favorite of them all, Malevolent Creation!!! \M/\M/
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Malevolent Creation's Masterpiece 14 Mar 2001
By Christopher Lee Hartl - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Envenomed has to be the best deathmetal CD i've ever owned, no doubt about it, and i have three cases full. Some have compared it to its predecessor, although they are similar, the playing has improved tenfold. The lyrics are great--not satanic like Marduk, but not soft like the contemporary "metal" artists like Linkin Park (not to badmouth them or anything). My suggestion::buy this CD
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Quite similar to "The Fine Art Of Murder"... 23 Oct 2000
By "j_l_t" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This new Malevolent Creation album is similar to its predecessor, "The Fine Art Of Murder". The line-up is the same, the sound is the same, the general feel of the songs is the same. It is still brutal Death Metal with insane double bass drums and great riffs. MC went into a line-up chage after the "In Cold Blood" album. It seems that ex-vocalist/bassist Jason Blachovicz wore a KKK shirt at a gig, which guitarist Phil Fasciana (of Hateplow fame) of course didn't appreciate, so blah blah blah... Jason and other MC members went on to form Divine Empire, which is in the same vein as MC's "Eternal" and "In Cold Blood", Check it out! Phil was then joined by ex-vocalist ("The Ten Commandments", MC's first album) Brett Hoffman, and Hateplow-mate Rob Barrett (also ex-Cannibal Corpse). The sound on "Envenomed" is also similar to that of TFAOM, the drums are a bit better, due to the fact that they had a lot more time for this album for the drums. The guitars still have that Mesa Boogie trademark sound, similar to TFAOM, or Cannibal Corpse's "Gallery Of Suicide". Brett Hoffman's voice is also similar to TFAOM. So, my conclusion is : if you liked TFAOM, you'll surely appreciate "Envenomed". But if you're more into "In Cold Blood" or "Eternal", check out Divine Empire.
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