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HADEON

Pestilence

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal


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3.04 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 12% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Unholy Transcript (1:54)
2. Non Physical Existent (3:28)
3. Multi Dimensional (3:14)
4. Oversoul (3:21)
5. Materialization (2:54)
6. Astral Projection (3:41)
7. Discarnate Entity (3:33)
8. Subvisions (1:16)
9. Manifestations (3:28)
10. Timeless (2:45)
11. Ultra Demons (3:13)
12. Layers Of Reality (2:39)
13. Electro Magnetic (3:44)

Total time 39:10

Line-up / Musicians

- Patrick Mameli / vocals, guitar, producer
- Santiago Dobles / guitar
- Tilen Hudrap / bass
- Septimiu Hărșan / drums

Releases information

Artwork: Michał "Xaay" Loranc

CD Hammerheart Records ‎- HHR 2018-07 (2018, Netherlands)

LP Hammerheart Records ‎- HHR 2018-07 (2018, Netherlands)

FLAC download - bandcamp.com

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PESTILENCE Hadeon ratings distribution


3.04
(8 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(12%)
12%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(25%)
25%
Good, but non-essential (38%)
38%
Collectors/fans only (12%)
12%
Poor. Only for completionists (12%)
12%

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Review by UMUR
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3 stars "Hadeon" is the 8th full-length studio album by Dutch death metal act Pestilence. The album was released through Hammerheart Records in March 2018. It's been 5 years since the release of "Obsideo (2013)" and from the interviews with band leader/guitarist/lead vocalist Patrick Mameli I've read in the intermediate years, it sounded like he had once again put Pestilence on hold. This time to concentrate on his new project Neuromorph, but apparently Mameli has changed his mind because we've heard nothing from Neuromorph as of yet, and here we have another Pestilence album. Since the release of the predecessor Mameli has changed the entire lineup except for himself. Guitarist Patrick Uterwijk has been replaced by Santiago Dobles (Council of the Fallen, Aghora, Cynic), drummer David Haley has been replaced by Septimiu Hărşan, and bassist George Maier has been replaced by Tilen Hudrap.

Stylistically little has changed since the predecessor (and the one before that) as Pestilence still play technical/progressive death metal and they still sound unmistakably like themselves (major lineup changes or not). The tracks are maybe slightly more catchy and immediate than the material on the two relatively similar sounding predecessors, but it's not a major change of sound. The number of sharp and powerful death/thrash riffs and rhythms have increased though and the use of dissonance and progressive ideas have decreased some. Listening to a track like "Astral Projection", which features an atmospheric section with a spacey vocoder voice, it's obvious that Pestilence still are a progressive oriented death metal act. The many jazz/fusion type guitar solos and occasional dissonant riffs point in that direction too. Mameli's intelligible death/thrash growling is the same as always. He has a fairly distinct sounding voice and vocal style.

"Hadeon" is a well produced, powerful, and detailed sounding album, and the sound production suits the material perfectly. The whole thing reeks an odd spiritual abstract sci-fi atmosphere. An atmosphere which is further enhanced by the lyrics and song titles like "Non Physical Existent", "Multi Dimensional", and "Layers of Reality". Upon conclusion "Hadeon" is another high quality release to the Pestilence name, and while this one (and the other post-2000 Pestilence releases) aren't quite as groundbreaking as the late 80s/early 90s releases by the band, they still prove that Pestilence are relevant and can produce quality music. A 3.5 star (70%) rating is deserved.

(Originally posted on Metal Music Archives)

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