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Superior Massacre

Myrkskog Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (23 Sep 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Candlelight
  • ASIN: B00006J3WJ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 287,343 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3.0 out of 5 stars Superior massacre... 16 July 2004
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These guys once again prove that they can change their style throughout the entire album.They begin with there blistering riffs and thundering drums then seemlessly shifting to other styles of playing -reminiscent of Dimmu Borgir and Nile.Not as good as their first album DeathMachine but great nonetheless.Buy it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars 6 out of 5 stars if possible! 23 Sep 2002
By Azrael - Published on
Format:Audio CD
This is one of the most phenomenal pieces of extreme metal I've heard in a long time. My review concerning their debut release, Death Machine, hailed this band as a great. However, with the release of 'Superior Massacre', Myrkskog even surpassed their previous work. They pretty much completely ditched any industrial influence whatsoever, and changed the vocal style slightly to more traditional death metal growls. This album could roughly be described as an improved version of Bloodthorn's 'Reign of Terror' album put on super-hyperspeed! This has some of the fastest recorded material I've ever heard (aside from just about ANYTHING by Origin), and the production is also outstanding. If you're into extreme metal or death metal in general, you've at the very minimum got to check out some sound samples of this disc if you don't just go and get it right away. You probably haven't heard much about these guys except that one of their members is part of the band Zyklon (another exceptional band, by the way), but you've got to believe me when I tell you that this band is worth checking out for those interesting in extremely fast, extremely heavy material!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars excellent brutality 12 Aug 2003
By "angelclaw784" - Published on
Format:Audio CD
The only reason I gave this album 4 stars is because of a few albums that are masterpieces: Nile- In Their Darkened Shrines, Cryptopsy- None So Vile and Origin- Informis Infifnitas Inhumanitas. This album is right under the masterpieces, along with Krisiun, Hate Eternal and other extremely brutal bands. I loved this album as soon as I had my first listening.
Production: The production is prettty good. It's better than Hate Eternal's King of All Kings, but not as good as In Their Darkened Shrines. The guitar has a very raw sound to it, sounds very much like Origin's guitars. The drums sound how they should, tight and powerful double-bass, tight snare and tomms and theatrical cymbols. The singing could be a little louder, but just a bit. As for the bass, you can't hear it.
Musicianship: I would say that all of the members of Myrkskog are genius. The guitarist/lead vocalist is incredible. He does some trippy/technical soloing that almost puts you in a trans, as well as makes up some of the most evil riffs I've ever heard.
The drummer is a machine that won't stop. The drums are what make this album so fast. It is a relentless display of double-bass and blast beats with flavor. The bassist, you can't hear him.
Songwriting: The best thing about this album is that the songwriting is spectacular. Unlike Krisiun or most Hate Eternal, every song has its own feel, and their all great. As with all albums there are stand out tracks, but this album is easy to sit down and listen all the way through with. The best way to explain this album is, Deicide's- Legion and Hate Eternal's- King of All Kings blended together. It has the fast head banging, palm-muted chords like Legion with the evil riffs, soloing and vocals of King of All Kings, while the drumming leans toward King of All Kings speed. Hate Eternal's drummer, Derek Roddy, along with a few others is one of the fastest drummers on the planet, so don't expect the thundering rolls and fills that Derek dishes out for Hate Eternal with Myrkskog.
Basically, if your favorite albums are Legion and King of All Kings, this album was made for you. If not and you like really brutal Death Metal you definetly should check this album out.
What's faster?: Nile: In Their Darkened Shrines, Origin: Informis Infinitas Inhumanitas, Hate Eternal: King of All Kings, Angelcorpse: Exterminate and The Innexorable, Cryptopsy: None So Live
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars VIOLENT! 25 July 2004
By HeidiKakes - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Myrkskog are simply brutal! They don't let up during the entire duration of Superior Massacre and only continue to increase the intensity in their aural assault. Imagine Hate Eternal or Necrophagist but even more extreme!
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5.0 out of 5 stars BM 3 Sep 2007
By Mireille Manino - Published on
Format:Audio CD
A old school black / death metal band from Norway is always great to have in your cd collection!!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Impressive! 4 May 2003
By "wizmiester66" - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Myrkskog takes a more direct death metal approach on Superior Massacre. It's a solid and original release, although it reminds me of Hate Eternal at times. There is some good leadwork on guitar and the drummer is on fire. This band is not fooling around!!
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