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Armagedom / Força Macabra - Split FLAC album

Tracklist

1 Força Macabra O Silencio Dos Cadáveres
2 Força Macabra No Purgatório Da Vida
3 Força Macabra Estúpidos Do Metal Infernal
4 Força Macabra Morte Dos Inocentes
5 Força Macabra Miséria
6 Força Macabra Sobreviventes
7 Força Macabra Alien
8 Força Macabra MX / Destruicao, Morte E Dor
9 Armagedom Cavaleiros
10 Armagedom Poison Of Death
11 Armagedom Mensageiros Do Final
12 Armagedom Abismo Da Era Final
13 Armagedom Upstand From Dust

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – USMD-CA – 04974-A

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: USMD/CA 04974-A SW-26

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SW 26 Armagedom / Força Macabra Armagedom / Força Macabra - Split LP ‎(LP, TP, W/Lbl) Six Weeks SW 26 US 1999
SW 26 Armagedom / Força Macabra Armagedom / Força Macabra - Split LP ‎(LP) Six Weeks SW 26 US 1999


Armagedom / Força Macabra - Split FLAC album

Musician performer: Armagedom

Title: Split

Country: US

Date of release: 1999

Style: Thrash, Hardcore, Punk

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1502 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 673

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CONVERSE
Here's a great pairing of two bands from different sides of the planet, but playing a similar style of music. It's a potent mix of Ratos De Porao-styled crusty fury with the speed and aggression of Hirax-style thrash. Both bands include a liberal dose of Discharge.Forca Macabra are from Finland. They are such rabid fans of the Brazilian HC scene that they sing in Portuguese. They play thrash in the Finnish style: fast and heavy, but you can clearly hear the Brazilian influence. In fact, I think their songs are a perfect blend of metal and hardcore, like Riistetyt and Sepultura in a blender. The recording is thick and powerful and really complements their thrashing riffs. Even though there's a lyric sheet, you don't really need it. Taurus has a clear shouting style like Anti-Cimex or Entombed.The Armagedom tracks were recorded in 1989, so the sound quality is a little less clear than the Forca Macabra tracks. They make up for that with some tight riffs played at a much faster pace and with a higher metal content. They were definitely influenced by old Slayer or Destruction. The singer even throws in some Tom Araya-style high notes in a couple of songs. The drums stick to a nice D-beat throughout most of their songs, which leaves plenty of room for their guitarist to go crazy with odd riffs and schizophrenic solos.Armagedom has a few more releases that are also worth checking out. Forca Macabra is a much more prolific band, though a lot of their material was released only on vinyl. If you're lucky, you can find some of their Brazilian CDs which compile their rarer output. This CD is definitely a good place to start. Hopefully extreme music has come full circle enough that today's fans can recognize yesterday's brilliance.
CONVERSE
Here's a great pairing of two bands from different sides of the planet, but playing a similar style of music. It's a potent mix of Ratos De Porao-styled crusty fury with the speed and aggression of Hirax-style thrash. Both bands include a liberal dose of Discharge.Forca Macabra are from Finland. They are such rabid fans of the Brazilian HC scene that they sing in Portuguese. They play thrash in the Finnish style: fast and heavy, but you can clearly hear the Brazilian influence. In fact, I think their songs are a perfect blend of metal and hardcore, like Riistetyt and Sepultura in a blender. The recording is thick and powerful and really complements their thrashing riffs. Even though there's a lyric sheet, you don't really need it. Taurus has a clear shouting style like Anti-Cimex or Entombed.The Armagedom tracks were recorded in 1989, so the sound quality is a little less clear than the Forca Macabra tracks. They make up for that with some tight riffs played at a much faster pace and with a higher metal content. They were definitely influenced by old Slayer or Destruction. The singer even throws in some Tom Araya-style high notes in a couple of songs. The drums stick to a nice D-beat throughout most of their songs, which leaves plenty of room for their guitarist to go crazy with odd riffs and schizophrenic solos.Armagedom has a few more releases that are also worth checking out. Forca Macabra is a much more prolific band, though a lot of their material was released only on vinyl. If you're lucky, you can find some of their Brazilian CDs which compile their rarer output. This CD is definitely a good place to start. Hopefully extreme music has come full circle enough that today's fans can recognize yesterday's brilliance.