Scorched-Earth - Mars FLAC album
Style: Death Metal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1210 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1767 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1190 mb
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Band Name Scorched Earth (USA). Дата релиза 21 Декабрь 2009. Лейблы Novisible Scars Conqueror Wyrm Records. Музыкальный стильDeath Metal. Владельцы этого альбома2. 2. The Gods Themselves.
Mars is Scorched-Earth’s fourth full-length after three recordings that came out independently. Why no label until now has snapped these Seattle-lites is beyond me. The death metal they make is utterly rambunctious, and sloppy. Described as a Venom sounding band, but to me that description deosn’t do it justice, these bastards sound like a killer hybrid of old school thrash, fused with old school death via early Morbid Angel/Malevolent Creation and than throw in some doom elements in terms of slow riffs with a Sabbathy/Pentagram 70’s twist. The album seldom relents. Occasionally, the music lapses into doom, as though surveying the landscape in horror, but it always recovers and rushes onward. Crucially, Scorched-Earth refuse to treat the concept as a joke. The idea of war on Mars is adolescent stuff, and that’s part of its appeal. Mars could have been condescending bullshit, full of apologetic winks or cheap intellectualism. Instead, Scorched-Earth take their concept seriously and deliver soulful metal. Like great science fiction, the story feels relevant but resists allegory. An ancient civilization entices a young and naive one.
The whole thing is like having Earth destroyed by a massive invasion from space. You look up at the sky, and see the ships descending down on you, as the album slowly gets louder in the beginning. Then, as the main riff comes in, the ships suddenly stop in mid-air, and begin raining down artillery fire on the whole planet. Everything is exploding around you.
Mars is the first full-length studio album released by Japanese solo artist Gackt on April 26, 2000. The album was released on April 26, 2000, by Nippon Crown. In the second counting week of May it reached number three on the Oricon charts, with sales of 153,500 copies. In the upcoming week, it was at the number sixteen, with sales of 23,540 copies. It charted for only 5 weeks. Since its release the album has sold more than 200,000 copies. It was certified gold by RIAJ in 2000.
OUT NOW! Limited to 100 Cassettes.
|A1||Warlords Of Mars|
|A2||The Gods Themselves|
|A3||Devils In Iron|
|A4||No Blade Of Grass|
|A5||Hell On Mars|
|A6||Spearhead From Space|
|A7||The Knights Of The Black Cross VS. The Reavers Of The Red Death|
|A8||Out Of The Violent Planet|
|A9||The Dead Of Winter|
NotesMastered and pressed on c-108 red chrome 24Cr tapes. Packaged with is a Scorched-Earth 1'' logo pin and 4X4 patch(of "Mars" cover album artwork).
|CW002||Scorched-Earth||Mars (CDr, Album)||Conqueror Wyrm Records||CW002||US||2010|