Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Sacrifice At The Alter Of The Satanic Blood Angel-A Tribute To Von/Rusty Axe Records/2008 CD Review

Von where a black/death metal band from San Francisco , California in the early 90's that where a very influential black metal band and this is a review of bands paying homage to Von "Sacrifice At The Alter Of The Satanic Blood Angel-A Tribute To Von" which was released by Rusty Axe Records.

Blasphemophagher open up the album with their cover of "lamb" giving the song a goat metal feel.

Beastcraft bring us their cover of "satanic Blood" which stays true to the original version.

Tjolgtjar brings us "Christ Fire" and brings a raw goat/black/death feel to their cover while keeping the song very primitive with a brutal guitar solo thrown in.

Unholy Crucifix brings us "Evisc" giving the version a primitive goat/black metal feel that brings back memories of the early 90's black metal scene of the Ross Bay era.

Frostmoon Eclipse brings us "Watian" with their cover having a very primitive black/death feel with a morbid sounding guitar solo being used in the song.

Sumeria brings us their cover of "Von" adding their raw and primitive black metal feel to their version while staying true to the rawness of the original.

Askelon brings us their version of "Release" with their cover having a feel of the 90's French black metal scene while still having the primitive feel of the original.

Espirit Derange brings us their cover of "Devil Pig" bringing a primal war/black metal feel to their version.

Godslaying Hellblast brings us "Vienen" with their cover sounding very primal in the war/black metal vein.

Raw Hatred brings us their cover of "Backskin" and their version sounds very primal with a heavy sound coming from the bass guitar.

Necroholocaust brings us their cover of "blood Angel" having a very primitive black/death sound that stays true to the original with one of the most primal sounding guitar solos.

Enlilulugugal brings us their cover "Lamb" and their version is very primal war/black metal with a very brutal sound.

Sjenovik brings us their cover of "Vennt" and their version is very primal sounding goat metal with alot of heavy distortion.

Brobdinghagian brings us their cover of "Veadtuck" which adds alot of heaviness and noise to their version and cover is very brutal.

Dawn Of Sorrow brings us their cover of "Christfire" bringing a very raw and primal black metal sound to their version and a good amount of distorted noise.

Exekrator brings us their cover of "Von" and their version is very primal black/war/death metal.

Sermon Of Foulness brings us their cover "Chalice Of Blood" and this is probably one of Von's more slower songs while still remaining primal and it does spped up into a very fast and primal black metal song.

Godless brings us their cover of "Dissecting INhuman" and their version is pure primal and raw black metal with some suicidal screams being thrown in at times and some heavy bass playing.

Black Vomit brings us their cover of "Devil Pig" wwith their version being very brutal goat metal.

Burning Blood brings us their cover of "Goat Christ" which is another brutal goat/black/death metal version of the song.

Volkermord brings us their version of "Watain" and their cover is some very primal war/black metal with a very raw sound that is very heavy.

Nuclearhammer brings us their version of "Blood Angel" with their cover having a very primal black/death feel that stays true to the original.

Ceromonial Castings brings us their version of "veinen/Veadtuck" and thir cover is very primal black/death and a departure from the more atmospheric black metal sound this band is known for.

Istridraj closes off the album with their cover of "Satanic Blood" gringing their primal black/war metal edge to their version.

In my opinion this is a very good tribute to von and fans of this band should enjoy this album and I would also recemmonded this album for those that are into the most primitive black/death metal that there is. RECEMMONDED BUY.

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