The Destroyers of All by Ulcerate, released 25 January 1. Burning Skies 2. Dead Oceans 3. Cold Becoming 4. Beneath 5. The Hollow Idols 6. Omens 7. The Destroyers Of All Ambitious, oppressive and expansive, with a strict adherence to the tradition of total bleakness the band is becoming known for, The Destroyers. Ulcerate. Paul Kelland – vocals, bass; Michael Hoggard – guitar; Jamie Saint Merat – drums. New Zealand's Ulcerate have caught a tidal wave of buzz recently regarding their third record, The Destroyers Of All. And any open-minded metalhead with an ear to the ground is likely wanting to catch what all the fuss is about. Sadly, hype of this kind rarely rewards anymore. Many bands who've lately been bandied about .
The Destroyers Of All Lyrics: They fall from spoiled skies / Strangled of grace / And know only to mask their vile faces / They know not the figure staring back at them; / Not their beginning nor end / They. 7 Jun A review of Ulcerate - The Destroyers of All which is out worldwide from Willowtip Records (or Hammerheart in the USA). One of 's most destructive, for sure. Ulcerate deserve to be mentioned among the best active bands of our time. Punishing, churning dissonance mixed with their trademarked sense of melody and textured rhythm work, coupled with a greater foray into mood and atmosphere. Ambitious, oppressive and expansive, with a strict adherence to the tradition of total.
Critics seem to adore ULCERATE. Thus far I've paid little attention to the New Zealand band's albums. Having lined up "The Destroyers Of All" for review, I decided I'd give it multiple attentive listens and make a determination of the act's worth to the world of death metal. And multiple listens is what it took since the first couple. Band: Ulcerate Album: The Destroyers Of All Year: Genre: Technical Death Metal Country: New Zealand (Auckland) Bitrate: kbps Label: Willowtip Records Tracklist: 1. Burning Skies 2. Dead Oceans 3. Cold Becoming 4. Beneath 5. The Hollow Idols 6. Omens 7. The Destroyers Of All Download.