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Decapitated put bands of much older generations to shame with some of the amazing riffing and drummer Vitek's skills behind the kit are just as amazing seeing as how he was just 16 when the band recorded this album.
The main standouts on 'Winds of Creation' are 'The First Damned', 'Humans Dust' and 'Blessed' yet there is no song greater than 'Eye of Horus' the mastery of this song has to be heard to be believed.
I suggest you buy this CLASSIC death metal album. NOW!
I like Winds Of Creation too. But I do have a small problem with its sound. The vocals are almost monotone (I don't know if this is the production or the singer or what?) to the point of one long quiet growl. The second thing I noticed about it is that, even though its far superior technically, it does sound a lot like Vader. Tune wise, the guitars are used to repeat riffs again and again, and it reminded me strongly of Vader's The Ultimate Incantation album on first playing. Don't think I'm shouting this album down. I'm not. I just cant listen to it and not be reminded of Vader (The sleeve notes say one of Vader had a hand in producing or mixing it or something). Maybe its the Polish sound? I don't know.
What I love about this album is the drums! They are just amazing. The blast beats, the double bass thumping. The timing of some of the blast beats catch you off guard and its always nice to be pleasently surprised when a song that is chugging along suddenley changes gear and sprints off into extremity for 30 seconds or so. Decapitated do this regularly on this album and it just works so well.
Obviously an album isn't just about drums, and the guitar playing is also brilliant, in the true sense of the word.
I did chuckle when I played the cover of Mandatory Suicide. I think its a very good cover, with a natural progression for a song that upgrades perfectly to death metal. What made me laugh was the line "Rake-ed by machine gun fire". Just me then?!
An unbeleivable debut,even with the niggles I think it has, that went on to spawn two even greater albums. The Negation being my personal favourite.
It can safely be said that this extremley talented polish 4 piece are tuly a force to be reckoned with in todays scene and the only band i can see challenging them who still remain are that of the legendary Vomitory! Winds of Creation refuses to allow time for breathing from start to finish and is no less than head-crushing Death Metal all the way!! From the explosive opening title track Winds of Creation to to the ending of the mind blowing Nine Steps, by the time this audio attack has finished, your brains will no longer remain in a solid state!
If its technical, Brutal in every sense of the word Death Metal you have been searching for then look no further, because Winds of Creation is here!!!!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome album, great price, bought this as a gift along with the others and it arrived in perfect condition, would reccomend to anyone.Published on 29 Jun. 2014 by IDemandYourSoul
decapitated's latest cd release blows the rest away with devastating riffs and beats , the vocals are deeper than on other cd's , giving a variant sound that adds to decapitated's... Read morePublished on 8 May 2014 by lost-soul
I love all kinds of music but have only heard a handful of death metal albums that I really like - this one has it all - it has the energy of youth - it feels a bit more thrashy... Read morePublished on 18 Mar. 2012 by zax93
Well for those of you who don't know this band they are one of Poland's premiere Death Metal bands and happen to be one of my favourites. Read morePublished on 24 Dec. 2007 by Rob
What surprised most people when Decapitated’s debut album was released was how a band so young (average age 16) could sound so musically tight. Read morePublished on 19 Mar. 2006 by Jane Aland
The first thing that you need to remember before you listen to this album is that at the time that they recorded it, the band’s average age was 16. That’s right, 16! Read morePublished on 2 Jan. 2004
Any album that can be mention in the same breath as such Metal Classics as Obituary's Cause of Death or Morbid Angel's Altars of Madness deserves attention and this album really... Read morePublished on 25 Dec. 2003