Dehuman- Black Throne Of All Creation CD on Kaotoxin Rec.

$ 10.00

Started in 2006 by a bunch of Belgian devoted to the cult early / mid 90’s Death Metal scene from the US and Western Europe, DEHUMAN proves with “Black Throne of all Creation”, their debut full-length, that quality song-writing is not a matter of age with plenty of catchy hooks in a very groovy and melodic yet dark and somehow evil Death Metal of their own, that worship is not a matter of ripping-off others’ work and trademark sound and that sounding old-school is not all about having a shitty sound like if your album has been produced twenty years ago.

Having toured France as openers for Agathocles and played their Belgium countless times (with Prostitute Disfigurement, Severed Torture and Pestifer, lately), DEHUMAN conquered the audience wherever they played, showing on stage the very same intensity and catchiness that this debut is all about.

Recorded at the Blackout studio (Enthroned, Resistance, Emptiness, Sol Invictus, Diapsiquir…), featuring artwork by W.H. Otto Dix, layout by Enthroned’s Oliver Lomer and logo by Christophe Szpajdel, “Black Throne of all Creation” is not only sounding really great and looking gorgeous, it’s also an addictive release sure to hook the listener upon the very first listen with such instant classics as “Black Mamba” or “Cast of Assassination”.

Mixing a very personal sense of melody yet sounding “familiar” to the Death Metal worshipper, “Black Throne of all Creation” digs, listen after listen, a place of its very own in the memory and heart of the fan with all its finely crafted production and composition details, giving its audience something fresh to discover with each listen.