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Divine Empire
Genres: Rock, Metal
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All Artists: Divine Empire
Title: Redemption
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Slip Disc
Release Date: 11/17/1998
Genres: Rock, Metal
Style: Death Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 600863313325

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Death Metal Done Right
(4 out of 5 stars)

"As a death/black metal fan I can assure you that this album is top quality. Played with the conviction and musicianship you can expect from the Florida death metal scene, this album has it all, speed and slow paced grooves. The drums are a difinate highlight and the dual vocals add flavor to the album. This three piece knows what they are doing and made a good move leaving Malevolent Creation. Great Album.666"
An underrated release
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album is chock full of awesome, 3-minute death metal tracks with some killer breakdowns. I didn't purchase this album until relatively recently (2002), but the music definitely holds up. This seriously rages. One of the best DM releases of '98."
Extremely Fatal, Brutally Damaging Death Metal
Ronald Placeres | Miami, Florida | 08/21/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is the first album from Divine Empire which is a band that consists of Jason Blachowiczs (ex-Malevolent Creation), JP Sores (Burner, ex-Malevolent Creation, ex-Raped Ape/Paingod) and Derrik Roddy (ex-Malevolent Creation, now in Hate Eternal). This album by far is one of the most awesome death metal albums in my collection. The best way to discribe it is 110%, heavy, intense, aggressive, in-your-face, all-out, assaulting, shredding, extremely divine, brutal death metal that will appeal to those who worship Malevolent Creation's Retribution, Eternal, Joe Black and most importantly, In Cold Blood as well as Nile's Black Seeds Of Vengeance. This is one of those kinds of death metal albums that was created to cause extremely brutal and fatal damage. Some of my favorite songs here are Hidden Hatred, Out For Blood, Criminal Instinct, Silent Carnage, Born Of Sin and Witness To Teror which is my most favorite because it's the kind of song that takes a lot out of anyone trying to thrash to it. It's not something that people with heart disease should be trying to sweat to at some arobics class because it was done on an endless cargo of Stone Cold Steve Austin cans of whoop-... As a matter of fact, the whole album was done that way. So anyway, buy this album and brace yourself for the beating that's coming. You've been warned."