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While the album's material isn't overall stick-in-your-head as tracks off later releases such as "Nocturnal", this album proves that The Black Dahlia Murder has charged out the front gate with all guns blazing and a reminder of why they're at the forefront of the American metal scene nowadays. BillNightspawnDorfer , July 7th, Only albums that kick my ass are allowed to have lame intros, this way the rest of the album seems even better in contrast.

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The whole record has like less than four melodic riffs, boring riffs, repeated over and over again.

“Unhallowed” 15 Years (and One Month) Later: The Black Dahlia Murder’s Blistering Debut

Highlights of the album: By the way, Black Dahlia Murder, I was most impressed by the way unhallowee handle criticism of your band. Funeral Thirst, Elder Misanthropy, Contagion. Besides, the high pitch vocals can become annoying after a while where it sounds like he's a US version of Maniac of Mayhem fame which isn't a great thing.

Does not mean a band is not metal. Only albums that kick my ass are allowed to have lame intros, this way the rest of the album seems even better in contrast. The closing three tracks are among the four longest on the album and have the least ideas running through them.

Most of you may think "Wow, this guy is a total dickhead with bland tastes in extreme metal", however this is not the case.

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To activate your account, please confirm your password. I kept getting hit with tasty melodies, sweet solos, and hot riffs. Textbook brutality executed by capable musicians. At The Gates decided to re-form. XeperMarch 15th, Funeral Thirst Track 9: Heard one song off of Slaughter of the Soul?

The intro to the album is chilling, and does an excellent job of setting the overall tone of the rather macabre themes. The moment I first heard The Black Dahlia Murder's debut album "Unhallowed" playing, the first words that had come out of my mouth were 'What a horrible way to start my day! There's a lot of melody with the guitar work, but they all sound the same after a few listens, leaving you to believe every track you hear is exactly like the other!

Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. Though the album is very redundant, there are some strong songs on the album that deserve "props.

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All in all, Tremendous Melodic Death album, great melody and killer vocals, terrific lyrics, and the only problem is the average drumming. Combining the atmospheric brutality of blackened death with the technical harmonies of melodic death, the band demonstrates a powerful sound right from the start. Everything just meshes together into complete and utter unhalllwed, you won't be able to tell when one song ends and the next one begins because unhallowex all sounds exactly the same.

I highly recommend at least giving a listen, as it is well worth it if you do like it. It can have it's momments at times MorturomDemontoFebruary 22nd, The unhalloded are great.

“Unhallowed” 15 Years (and One Month) Later: The Black Dahlia Murder’s Blistering Debut

Fuck these primadonna cunts. Blasting into the song "Funeral Thirst" with average drumming, but tremendous dual guitar attack by John Kempainen and Brian Eschbach, and screechy black metal vocals, intertwined with guttural death vocals done by Trevor Strnad.

The band would've been better releasing the CD with the intro "Unhallowed," and the two tracks above. With the smaller doses of the demos, one didn't really realize how alike the songs sounded, but now that there's 9 tracks of the same shit over and over, i find myself turned off of TBDM.

They sure would receive better feedback I'm sure if they just made this some EP. While reading through the reviews posted on Encyclopaedia Metallum about The Black Dahlia Murder, something struck me about them.

Every track in this album is an exact replica of the songs that you'll hear in At The Gates' "Slaughter of the Soul" album.

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