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Cut Your Flesh & Worship Satan
Cut Your Flesh & Worship Satan
Genres: Rock, Metal


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All Artists: Antaeus
Title: Cut Your Flesh & Worship Satan
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Baphomet
Original Release Date: 9/18/2000
Re-Release Date: 11/21/2000
Genres: Rock, Metal
Style: Death Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 792658211326, 4015698436327

CD Reviews

Battering and majestic music
death metal and black metal | Austin, TX | 03/18/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Antaeus create a raging blur cloaked in fractured pauses and screamingly nihilistic riffing, and within this they place a dark and emotional melody. Songs direct instant statements of coherence. Thrashing and noise-infested music uses resonance like a Norwegian band but song structures and rhythms are borrowed from death metal or grindcore. Racing melodic guitars and insanely destroyed vocals accompany mechanistic drumming in the ensuing explosion of sound. Song dynamics are extreme with inner revolutions expanding to consume dogmatic structures. Riffs are motion oriented but mechanical and abrupt with more dissonant melody than American bands. Both subtle and confrontational emotions permeate this cryptic release of compiled EPs."
HAWK | ???? | 12/14/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The perfect soundtrack for your christmas.
Aggressive And Cold Black Metal
Twitch | Atlanta, GA | 07/28/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"After three spectacular demos (and the loss of frontman Piat (a.k.a. Antaeus), whom gave the name to the band) it was about time to release full length number one! Antaeus's 'Cut Your Flesh and Worship Satan' is a breath of fresh air in a genre that has since begun to die (well, at least the origins are being ignored). By molding brooding and hash aggressive black metal riffs and vocals with the coldness of Nordic black metal Antaeus have crafted extreme metal anthems for a new generation of followers. Why do I speak so highly of this achievement? Well there is a major lack of true black metal bands (i.e. legends like Burzum and Carpathian Forest), but sadly an abundence of pop-black metal bulls hit (i.e. Cradle of Filth, specifically their new album). MkM vocals are perfectly scretched, one of the best black metal vocalists right now! The dual guitars by Set and Thorgon absolutely shred. The pounding of Sagoth's bass and Storm's drums (and who also does the flawless sampling) gives one the feeling like their head is going to explode! The grim production of this album is another aspect of black metal that seems to have been long forgotten. The raw sound gives the appropriate atmosphere of this record. Standout tracks are, well, all of them. Every single track is worth checking out (my personal favorites being "Bleeding Blasphemy" and "Daemon"). I know you hear this a lot, but this album is a must have for black metal fans. Along with Godless North's 'Summon the Age of Supremacy' and Vorkreist's 'Sabbathacal Flesh Possession', Anateus's first full length is another great addition to your own personal black metal catalouge!"