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Malevolent Creation: Conquering South America

Closer to the excellent Will To Kill than the not-as-good Warkult, Conquering South America, a sharpened steel shank stab to the spine, serves as a reminder of why Malevolent Creation has endured for over a decade and why the outfit continues to attract new fans as it continues to evolve. Recorded in 2001 the album represents the outfit's career to that point very well with tracks such as "Multiple Stab Wounds," "Manic Demise" and "Blood Brothers" demonstrating that the Malevolent Creation is responsible for creating some of the most timeless death metal tracks out there. Although Kyle Symons' stage patter is at best flat ("We got plenty of songs coming," "We don't have any merchandise"), he more than makes up for it while shredding the hell out of vocal cords during pieces such as "Monster" and "Infernal Desire." Not a classic on the level of, say, Deep Purple's Made In Japan or even the recent double set from King Diamond, but really, really strong just the same.

Track Listing:
1. Eye Of The Apocalypse (4:26)
2. Multiple Stab Wounds (3:25)
3. Manic Demise (3:16)
4. Blood Brothers (4:34)
5. Kill Zone (3:56)
6. Rebirth Of Terror (3:38)
7. Slaughter of Innocence (3:56)
8. To Die Is At Hand (3:47)
9. Coronation of Our Dominion (5:20)
10. Monster (2:43)
11. All That Remains (4:06)
12. Alliance Of War (4:34)
13. Infernal Desire (3:18)
14. Living In Fear (3:16)
15. Malevolent Creation (5:36)
Total Time: 59:51

Added: November 29th 2004
Reviewer: Jedd Beaudoin
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Language: english

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