Death Redemption

by Excessum

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Released by Deathstrike Records (Germany) in 2005.

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    Released by Tour de Garde (Canada) in 2006.

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    Print on both sides. Released by Bleeding Art (Sweden) in 2005.

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"Yet, in the end, Excessum have more than doubly proved their worth. Through amazing guitar-work, a tremendous vocal performance, and the song structures to back it up, Sweden's Excessum have truly released one of the greatest, and most matured debut albums I have ever had the pleasure of hearing." - SearingLight (9/10)

"Black metal is not dead, it's just taken a long time for the public to catch on to the greatness and the majesty of what black metal is. Dramatic harmonization, musical know-how and pure love of the craft make for one awesome album, and EXCESSUM have created a masterpiece." - Empress (9/10)

"This is without a doubt one of the best black metal albums of the last decade; that much is essentially inarguable. It's rare to find a band that pulls off a synthesis of modern and oldschool styles well, and rarer still to find one like Excessum that succeeds to a degree essentially unheard of in the metal scene. 'Death Redemption', the band's first and last full-length album, absurdly overshadows the vast majority of post-'94 black metal by doing the seemingly impossible: being balanced yet having an identity of its own." - Noktorn (96/100)

credits

released July 11, 2005

Recorded in Realen, November 2004 by Excessum with J. Andersson. Mastered in Necromorbus Studio, March 2005 by T. Stjerna.

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DISCOGRAPHY

The Hidden God, split with ORCIVUS (7", 16)

Death Redemption, Album (CD/MC, 05)

Bleed Eternally, Reh. Demo (MC, 04)

Oblivion, Demo (CDR/MC, 03)
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