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  • Audio CD (2 July 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000066I5Z
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 60,125 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Despite the change in line-up, with second guitarist Doug Cerrito leaving for the reformed Suffocation and ex-Nile member Derek Roddy taking over the drumming duties, Hate Eternal's second album continues to follow the frantic high-speed death metal template of their debut album Conquering the Throne. With every single song consisting of wall to wall 100mph blastbeats Hate Eternal don't exactly have much to offer in the way of variety, but the sheer mind-numbing force of their hyper-speed metal ends up bludgeoning the listener into submission. Erik Rutan's vocals are a little generic, but King Of All Kings boasts an impressive number of twisted guitar riffs that stand up to Rutan's classic work in Morbid Angel and Ripping Corpse. A little too one-dimensional to truly rank as a classic death metal album, nevertheless if high-speed death metal is your cup of tea you'll be hard pressed to find a more brutal example than King Of All Kings. Good stuff.
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Oh yes! This is where its at folks! This is one of the most brutal death metal albums ever produced. The previous Hate Eternal album was OK, pretty decent and well-produced death metal, but this has to stand out as one of the best albums I have ever heard. For sheer brutality, this album totally rips your head off from start to finish.
All the usual death metal nonsense is there (lyrics about Satan, childish artwork, lyrics about Satan, ridiculously fast blastbeats, did I mention the lyrics about Satan?), yet instead of sounding like a throwback to Obituary and Deicide, this album sounds fresh and invigorating.
Erik Rutan (previously of Morbid Angel, amongst others) handles all guitars and the vocals on this album, and boy can the man play! The massive sounding production means that, played at a reasonable volume on a decent stereo, this album sounds as loud as standing at the end of the runway at Heathrow airport. Derek Roddy's drums are impeccably mixed, my only complaint would be that Jared Anderson's bass sometimes gets a little lost in the mix.
The title track alone would be reason enough to buy this album, it is quite simply one of the best metal songs ever written.
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death metal was dying, no one can deny that, i hate to admit it my self but it was, then rutan left morbid angel and we all thought him very silly for doing so. oh how he made us look stupid when this beast of an album appeared and melts away your face in the opening 10 seconds of king of all kings. this album just doesnt let up its a relentless barrage of hate and continental sized riffs. bet hes laughing now at the sorry state of morbid angell.
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