- Performer Vomitor
- Title Bleeding Newcastle
- Date of release 2013
- Style Death Metal
- Other formats AAC FLAC APE RA MIDI ASF VOC
- Genre Rock
- Size MP3 1338 mb
- Size FLAC 1831 mb
- Rating: 4.3
- Votes: 245
Bleeding Newcastle (2013) by Vomitor. Labels: Sacrificial Tapes. Genres: Death Metal, Thrash Metal. Songs: Neutron Hammer (Spear of Longinus cover), Cry from the Underground, Prayer to Hell, Bleeding the Priest, The Escalation.
Vomitor Bleeding Newcastle. Release date: October 16th, 2013. Added by: TheDefiniteArticle. Modified by: Pag. Added on: 2013-10-21 19:24:53. Last modified on: 2019-02-21 15:43:13.
Album Name Bleeding the Priest. Erscheinungsdatum 2002. Labels Metal Blood Music. 5. Bleeding the Priest.
Each album of theirs is its own world, its own headspace, its own frothing, ferocious beast of bedlam; and while the world around them continues to change, Vomitor stand sure as steel, doggedly and deadly. Vomitor have never been ones for half measures: it's all in, or nothing. They do not rush records, and only attack when inspiration arises; this explains why eight years separate that momentous debut LP and its nuclear-powered follow-up, Devils Poison. Then, two years after that second album, in 2012 came The Escalation - which, true to its title, found Vomitor hitting a fever pitch . VOMITOR - Bleeding The Priest (12" Gatefold LP) Corner ding Australia Death/Thrash.
Bleeding The Priest is the first and only full length to by put forth by Australian Death/Thrashers Vomitor. It's hard to say which of the two genres the album stems most of its influence from, but I would say it's a Death Metal album with very heavy dose of thrash thrown in. The band's slogan - "DEATH METAL OR DIE", seems to indicate they would agree, though it's probably referred to as a thrash release more often than not. Musically the album is rather simplistic, relying heavily on it's rawness to achieve that somewhat bestial sound many bands around here. Unfortunately, Vomitor doesn't seem to be a band that's likely to become anyone's instant favourite, generally taking a few listens to appreciate. However the catchiness of the album, along with its short duration makes this a less than tedious task, will likely leave you wanting more eventually.
|A1||Neutron Hammer (Spear Of Longinus Cover)|
|A2||Cry From The Underground|
|A3||Prayer To Hell|
|B1||Bleeding The Priest|