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Twenty years ago, an underground cult movement surfaced in Tampa, Florida that revolutionized the metal world. The pioneers of this burgeoning scene, DEICIDE, are still striking fear into hearts of the masses to this day. Century Media Records are extremely proud to announce a worldwide deal with DEICIDE, one of the founding fathers of death metal and easily one of the most influential and ... Read more in Amazon's Deicide Store

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  • Audio CD (21 Feb. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B004IKDUT6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 108,106 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. William J. Kumar on 11 Mar. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Though not as brilliantly written or melodic as 'stench of redemption' THWG is a fine return to form from the pioneers of death metal. After 2008's 'till death' many had written off deicide, as has been the case in the past. But just like before they have prooved many wrong with what is a solid release from the florida based group. It has to be said that the production is probably the best from any past releases, a definate pleaser after the last albums rather poor production. Not only this but the solos are in fine form, many have criticised the solo's for not fitting with deicides style but by now we should accept this change as a reality and one that does fit rather well. What also works for the album is the variety, or rather that you can remember the tracks much more vividly than previous releases, something totally absent from 'till death'. All in all a great death metal release, catchy in places, well executed and its deicide! The only downers that could be argued is this isnt exactly treading new ground, and the lyrics do lack some of the more clever aspects of earlier releases (ie Serpents of the light) but death metal has a tendancy of repitition, this is after all why we buy this as opposed to,say, kenny G.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Paul McNamee TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 30 Mar. 2011
Format: Audio CD
To Hell With God is part of what I consider the third period in Deicide's history, the first of which consists of the Scott Burns-produced Tampa Death classics Deicide, Legion, Once Upon The Cross and Serpents Of The Light, and was followed by the considerably weaker trio of In Torment In Hell, Insineratehymn and Scars Of The Crucifix. In many ways I consider Scott Burns (of whose work I am a devoted fan) an unofficial fifth member of the band, considering how different the material he did not produce sounds to that which he did, and how absolutely vital he was to their sound in general. The third and current period (by my reckoning) of the Deicide catalogue began with 2006's The Stench Of Redemption which was written and performed without the founding Brothers Hoffman, replaced on guitar by fellow Tampa legends in Obituary's Ralph Santolla and Cannibal Corpse's Jack Owen, whose input truly revitalised the band's sound for that one excellent record that was in the truest sense a return to form. Its follow up, 2008's Till Death Do Us Part, was frankly unworthy given the band's legacy, but is no better or worse than those three albums that comprise the band's second period. Though its mix was dominated by drummer Steve Asheim's furious snare, the problems went far beyond poor production, and so The Stench... began to seem like something of a fluke and everyone was curious to see how this latest LP would turn out. After considerable familiarisation, I can honestly declare that it's a bit of a mixed bag.

First of all, it sounds amazing. Asheim's production days are thankfully over, and To Hell With God is without doubt the best produced album since Burns' heyday.
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Format: Audio CD
This is the first Deicide album I have heard, and therefore can't compare it to anything the band has done in the past (I have heard plenty of Death Metal, I can assure you of that). But hey, I'm a first time listener, hopefully you'll find it interesting to hear the opinion of an outsider.

After hearing this superb record I can now confidently and officially call myself a fan. Listening to the opening track is like being dunked under water, and in the time between this track and the second you are lifted out for a quick breath, and then shoved back underneath. The overall sound is crisp and modern and keeps me coming back to listen again and again. One of my favorite aspects of the music is Steve Asheim's brilliant drumming skills. I feel out of breath just listening! The guitar is somewhat mediocre but there are some very catchy riffs. Another highlight is Glen Benton's excellent voice, which, for the most part maintains a calm growl, but every now and then, completely loses any sense of calm (Towards the end of "Witness of Death" is the best example of this, and it is my personal favorite moment in the entire album). There is a range of both consistently fast and heavy tracks, namely "To Hell With God", and others such as "Angels of Hell", which interchange the pace, so the album has a degree of variety, which encourages one sitting listens.

Here are my favorite tracks:

Witness of Death
Save Your
How Can you Call Yourself a God

Other tracks, such as "Servant of the Enemy" and "Into the Darkness You Go" I don't feel add much to the experience. I still give this album 5 stars because it is 100% focused, and each song is representative of the album as a whole.

I highly recommend this album to any other first time listeners. If you're a fan of Death Metal, this is unmissable.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Azz McMahon on 1 Mar. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Once more Glen Benton and his hellish horde release another treatise on why God should be abhorred - yep, it's another Deicide album.

How does it stack up to such classics as Deicide, Legion, et al?

Well - it's certainly a very aggressive album - Steve Asheim may have reached some personal speed records of his own on his hyperblasting - and it is very much Asheim that channels the energy of this album and makes it his own.

Glen sounds a lot more aggressive vocally than he's been for some time, but even with this added venom absent from previous albums, it still feels like he's going through the motions. Lyrically, it's the usual vitriol, and all Deicide fans will know what to expect here.

I'm still coming to terms with the Owen/Santolla guitar combo - both men are obviously talented players and have been crafting thrash and death metal riffs for years - but despite their technical prowess, they still don't sound 100% right for the fury and bludgeon that classic Deicide possesses and I didn't really get into the riffing as much as I hoped I would have.

There are some good tracks on here all the same (such as Hang In Agony Until You're Dead, Save Your, Conviction) - my personal favourite being the closer How Can You Call Yourself A God, but overall, I was left wanting more of a return to the sound of the first three albums where the riffing was simplistic in parts, yet savage in it's intensity.

One thing is for certain - Deicide will still be roaring out their fury long after religion has any relevance.

In short - this is a good Deicide album (I definitely think it's better than their last couple), but compared to the first couple of albums, it falls short of Satanic glory.
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