|3. Ov Fire and the Void||04:28|
|4. Transmigrating Beyond Realms ov Amenti||03:28|
|5. He Who Breeds Pestilence||05:41|
|6. The Seed ov I||04:58|
|7. Alas, Lord Is upon Me||03:16|
|8. Defiling Morality ov Black God||02:50|
|Bonustrack (Japanese Edition)|
|10. Total Invasion (Killing Joke Cover)||07:21|
|DVD (Digipack Edition)|
|1. The Making of "Evangelion"||52:00|
|Total playing time||41:54|
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Crónica @ KaosKeraunos
The long-awaited ninth full-length has arrived, with ravenous fans understandably ‘evangelical’ about this juggernaut of a record. Behemoth have been making the most precisely destructive music for the last seventeen years, and ‘Evangelion’ is no exception. Resembling ‘The Apostasy’ in many ways, the drumming is absolutely inhuman, which Inferno seems to effortlessly execute on tracks like ‘Shemhamforash’, which showcases a blastathon which would leave Hellhammer buried by time and dust and positively gasping for air. Another aspect, which helped define the line between ‘The Apostasy’ and ‘Demigod, is the organic tone, which has stubbornly and uncompromisingly remained. Behemoth have firmly established the vibe and the imagery they give off, which has evolved a bit in ‘Evangelion’ to a more epic feel. It suits them brilliantly, as they’ve thankfully not used the ‘epic recipe’ that many other bands use, which entails the whole band actually acting as vague background accompaniment to the synthesizer or whatever they are using whenever the band hasn’t stopped playing altogether to let the synthesizer or orchestra do its bit. The other instrumentation rightly provides background accompaniment whilst the band remains the focus. This gives the feeling that you’re really listening to a soundscape, like the whole song is another dimension on its own, as opposed to listening to a few guys crammed together in a room making music. All in all, this record sounds like Behemoth’s greatest tour de force yet, and when you hear Inferno annihilating his drumset, Orion’s snarling bass riffs, immaculately placed guitar work and Nergal saying it is so, you won’t dare to think otherwise. Decidedly Behemoth’s best album yet.