Nespithe

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Band Name Demilich
Album Name Nespithe
Type Album
Data de aparición 08 Febrero 1993
Estilo MusicalTechnical Death
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Tracklist

Re-Issue in 1996 by Repulse Records with 4 bonustracks and a new cover
Re-Issue in 2009 by Xtreem Music with "The Four Instructive Tales... Of Decomposition" Demo '91
1. When the Sun Drank the Weight of Water 03:43
2. The Sixteenth Six-Tooth Son of Fourteen Four Regional Dimensions (Still Unnamed) 03:29
3. Inherited Bowel Levitation - Reduced Without Any Effort 03:22
4. The Echo (Replacement) 04:27
5. The Putrefying Road in the Nineteenth Extremity (...Somewhere Inside the Bowels of Endlessness) 02:40
6. (Within) the Chamber of Whispering Eyes 04:12
7. And You'll Remain... (In Pieces of Nothingness) 03:12
8. Erecshyrinol 03:17
9. The Planet That Once Used to Absorb Flesh in Order to Achieve Divinity and Immortality (Suffocated to the Flesh That It Desired) 03:17
10. The Cry 03:42
11. Raped Embalmed Beauty Sleep 03:42
Bonustracks (Re-Issue 1996 & 2009)
12. Introduction / Embalmed Beauty 05:06
13. Two Independent Organism - One Suppurating Deformity
04:14
14. And the Slimy Flying Creatures Reproduce in Your Brains 03:06
15. The Uncontrollable Regret of the Rotting Flesh 06:08
Total playing time 39:03


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Crónica @ heavymetaltribune

10 Enero 2011

40 minutes of insane technical death metal.

Demilich are one of the bands that anyone who is into extreme metal should listen to. Nespithe, their only full length album throughout their short career, is perhaps one of the main albums that has defined technical death metal. With the complete discography of the band available on their website, there is all the more no reason for any self-proclaimed fan of extreme metal to not listen to their pieces of artwork.

Nespithe is 40 minutes of insane technical death metal. The band's minds are so warped that not only the album title and one track (Erecshyrinol) is encrypted (or to smartasses, merely jumbled up), the ridiculously long song titles such as The Planet That Once Used to Absorb Flesh in Order to Achieve Divinity and Immortality (Suffocated to the Flesh That It Desired...) seem to confuse the listener and also ensures that Demilich leaves an impression to the listener, even before the listener has a chance to press the "play" button.

The main thing that struck me at first was Antti Boman's impossibly low vocals, which according to him, were 100% organic and 0% processed. As mentioned in the booklet of the album, "Absolutely no effects were used on the vocals in any way." His style of vocals is a hit-or-miss affair, at times even sounding as if he were growling and gargling water in his mouth at the same time.

The guitar riffs while complex and technical are nothing that bands nowadays tend to indulge in: wankery and mindless shredding. Take each of the instruments apart, you will get each person doing something that doesn't seem to make any sense. Yet put the instruments together, and everything just comes together and becomes instantaneously coherent. That's the beauty of this album and perhaps the reason why this album is considered a classic in the underground death metal scene.

The band also somehow manages to keep the atmosphere and the mood of the album evil and ominous throughout the album, perhaps due mainly to Antti's humanly-impossibly vocals but also because of the guitar solos that come in at the right note and at the right time, such as on The Sixteenth Six-Tooth Son of Fourteen Four-Regional Dimensions (Still Unnamed) where the solo begins on a sharp note when least expected, causing the listener to have his hair stand on end, then marvel at Demilich's genius after overcoming the initial shock.

The large number of reissues and rereleases of this album floating around, released by a number of reputable labels, is evidence of Demilich's legacy, something that most bands can only dream of achieving yet already done by a band that took only 5 years to leave their mark on the death metal scene.

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Oferiko - 06 Julio 2013: Awesome review! You made me real curious; I must get this album.
 
Silence_Nyrst - 09 Julio 2013: This album is a fucking masterpiece, one of the best Death Metal albums ever.
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