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  • Audio CD (16 Aug. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B003SSIL5W
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 222,167 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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You either get Death Metal or you don't, you either love it or hate it and that is just the way it is! If like me you can't live without Death Metal in your life then you will understand why we as Kataklysm fans keep buying their albums. Kataklysm are such a powerful musical force and year after year they keep producing some of the greatest Extreme and Death Metal music in the world which keeps them in the company of the World's top 10 Death Metal bands. Each new album brings new anthems to scream along to when you go and see them live and "Push the Venom" is definitely one such anthem! If you haven't heard Kataklysm and you love Death Metal that is ground breaking, genre defining and mind blowing then you really need to buy all their albums as they are just that good!! "Heaven's Venom" is Kataklysm's tenth full length studio album and is a masterpiece well worth the pittance of a price tag!! There is a very good reason that Kataklysm have released ten full length studio albums, E.P.s and singles not to mention live DVDs and box sets to date, it is because they are a quality band who have remained true to their musical vision and have never betrayed themselves. Any Death Metal Fanatic owes it to themselves to buy all of Kataklysm's back catalogue period!!!
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By natasha briody on 9 Jan. 2015
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awesome thank you, sorry i took a while getting back to you \m/
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Venom will be pouring from your speakers 25 Aug. 2010
By Michael - Published on
Format: Audio CD
When In The Arms Of Devastation came out, it was easily regarded as one of Kataklysm's best, and an all-around killer death metal record for obvious reasons: killer hooks, killer groove, solid production, great mixing courtesy of Tue Madsen (Mnemic, Dark Tranquillity, Heaven Shall Burn), etc. When Prevail came out, it seemed like for some you had to be a big Kataklysm fan to enjoy it as it focused on groove and melody. Oh, I love that record, I've got nothing bad to say about it. One of my favorites thing about that record is the guest appearances from Dave Linsk (Overkill), Pat O'Brien (Cannibal Corpse), and their mixing engineer for that record, Jason Suecof. Here we have Heaven's Venom, the band's heaviest and quite possibly best album yet. I think that the band recognized how good of a job they had done with In The Arms Of Devastation, and I think they've even claimed on one or two occasions how proud of that record they were. So, it's quite apparent that they wanted to make something in the similar spirit of that record, and build up on it. Tue Madsen did such an unbelievably awesome job on Devastation that he was once again hired to mix and master. Now, none of this goes to say that they've made a sequel to Devastation, but if that's the record that you most enjoyed, then Heaven's Venom will not disappoint.
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As metal as metal gets!!! 15 Nov. 2012
By chaosisthename - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I have loved Kataklysm since their "Shadows & Dust" era and this album is exceptional. Brutal as ever, and crazy as ever. For any death metal fan looking for something brutal and sophisticated and with lots of flavor; this album is exactly what you are looking. Listen to this album on Spotify and see for yourself, that's what I'm doing as I'm writing this actually. I would love if they created a legacy as large (if not larger than) as Slayer and stick around another decade or so. You can tell that they have a bus load of energy still in them and I very much high doubt that they are going away any time soon!!
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Great guitaring 22 Jan. 2012
By F. Y. Chan - Published on
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Kataklysm has largely been successful due to the innovative guitaring of Jean-Francois Gagenais. His continued excellence in changing his sound with melodic heaviness keeps this brand fresh. In terms, of Death metal I know of no other band as good. They don't reach their heights of their time with Producer Peter Taggern who did serenity of fire with them but still they do it better than anyone else. There's no fluff and no filler. This is all death metal fresh as can be. They put on a good show live too and kill it. Buy it.
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All things metal 6 Sept. 2010
By Yvonne - Published on
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A good album but short of great. In the arms of devastation I consider one of the better albums Ive ever heard from a death metal band and Ive seen many reviews giving this a similar rating in comparing the two. I myself cannot agree to this. It is solid and I rank it higher than prevail but it lacks the groove of In the arms of devastation. A solid album sure to please fans and newcomers but falls short of in the arms of devastion.
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So you think you're death metal, do you? 7 Dec. 2010
By Spaced Cadet - Published on
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I may not be the first to say this but I think that Kataklysm got so much flak for not really sounding enough like typical death metal that they decided to put out an album which is undeniably Death Metal, and unequivically 'as good as it's ever been'. Death metal being a typically mind numingly dull genre; I am careful what I choose amongst this genre. I have purchased three other Kataklysm albums and only like their recent three as far as I know, In the Arms of Devastation and beyond. I would say that the best thing about Kataklysm is that they're usually clear enough in their lyrics that you can either understand them, or learn the lyrics off the slip-cover then understand them. And they're just plain better than anything else out there calling themselves Death Metal, and no one's jabbing me with a hot cattle brand to make me say that. Tell it like it is: torture, hate, violence, and a minor few ascensions above such earthly values. The meager few of which, are meaningless to us! Okay, I know it's all an act; but he sings it with such conviction.
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