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Hellacaust - Full-Length Discography (2002-2008)
Hellacaust formed in the year 2000 from the ashes of Halifax noise extremists, Agoretion. After jamming together for years and getting their shit together for a Motorhead tribute show at a local club, the band decided to play a gig on Halloween for one night only.
Their set would consist of cover songs of bands such as Sodom, Bathory, Slayer, Mayhem and War, among others.
The success of the project drove them to begin writing material to eventually become a full time band. After a few shows under their belts, Hellacaust released 2 demos in 2001, 'Implements of Mass Destruction' and 'Premonitions of War'. The demos leaked through the underground, causing the 'Implements...' demo to be re-released on Skull Fucking Metal records as a split with Toxic Holocaust.
At the end of 2001, recording began for Hellacaust's first full legnth CD, 'Dark Age Descending'. Once released in late 2002, The Defileator (drums) left the band to soon be replaced in April of 2003.
2004 brought mainly rehearsing and live shows, as well as promos, demos and compilations. Songs have been written to be recorded and showcased on Hellacaust's upcoming album, Inevitable Dementia.
Split 7" with Victoria, BC's Mudlark released January 2008.
New full-legnth 'Disgust' out NOW through Bloodbucket Productions.
Dark Age Descending (2002)
1. The Return of the Dark Age
2. In the Mouth of Madness
3. Heaven in Ashes
4. Suffer in Vain
5. Lust for Carnage
7. Apocalyptic Chaos
8. Crushing Devestation
9. The Triumph of Death
Quote:Well slap my grandma and call me Susie, this is fucking killer! They take the best of 2nd wave BM and add it to a formula of insanely brutal speed metal with hints of thrash. The production job is quite necro. Raw enough to be considered kvlt, but good enough that you can hear everything perfectly. Think Deathcrush taken to the next level, and this is what you have. The guitar tone is quite blasphemous, and the drum work is quite good, blasts are there but only when needed, thus using it to it's full effect. The bass is there as well and will come out and do something on it's own occasionally. The vocals, well pretty much indecipherable shrieks, but hey it works.
Well, it's not possible to do a song by song review of this. The songs all blend together in a frenzy of mass brutality. Like Demolition Hammer, but with the necro tendencies of Hellish Black Metal. For the most part this stuff is ridiculously fast. Occasionally they'll slow down, well if you consider 200 BPM slow, for instance in "Lust For Carnage", but songs like "Hellacaust" and "Apocalyptic Chaos" are non stop, no remorse, take no prisoners, slaughtering tracks that don't stop for anything. I must say it's unbelievably catchy at times though. Like the middle break in "The Triumph of Death". Some songs also feature a bit of Black Metal melodiousness similar to Dissection, especially during some of the parts of "In the Mouth of Madness". The song "Suffer In Vain" clocks in at a mere 1:17, but blends in with everything so well you won't notice. You really have to take this all as one long song. It's like Reign in Blood during the first listen, you won't really know where songs start and end.
Get this. It's pretty unique. I haven't heard things really taken too far into this direction. Morbid Saint meets Deathcrush-era Mayhem. Fucking insane. Highly Recommended.
-Reviewd by BurntOffering at Metal-Archives
Inevitable Dementia (2006)
1. Vengeance Incarnate
2. Embrace of Insanity
3. Bauidh No Bas
4. An Allegiance with Plague and Disease
5. Crimes of the Holy
6. Reinventing Psychosis
7. Forsaken Rapture
8. The Final Stand (Loss of Salvation)
9. Acid Rain
Quote:Remember that one careless time you tossed out that raw meat, neglecting to use that infantile brain of yours? Five days later, sitting on your couch and scratching your crotch, you realize a putrid smell has invaded your apartment. After searching frantically to see if your cat ?sniffles? got stuck behind the couch or jammed in a closet you finally trace the odor back to the waste basket. Rotting away in that bin is a festering symbol for this four-piece which is equally as raw and continually grows with each passing listen.
If one can overcome the border-line MORTICIAN samples which riddle the beginning of these 9 tracks, you will discover some goddamn lethal Black Metal which does not shy far from its Thrash or Death Metal roots. HELLACAUST manage to cut their way out of the mass grave of this congested extreme Metal market by the use of haunting production and extremely memorable riffing. The former is merely a genre qualifier to even get recognition, but the latter is what defines this outfit as a serious project which will force you to bang your goddamn head to the quickest of tempos until you suffer that magical 10th concussion you?ve been waiting for. The two also work in tandem, as the production supplements the guitars effectively in a manner not all too distant from a sturdy pair of brass knucks clenched in your fist.
Riffs such as those found in the beginning of ?Bauidh No Bas? are completely sick with that 80?s Thrash feel and completely balls out attitude. When the swirling mid-pitched screams of Necromancer break through you?re thrown to the edge of a cliff, plummeting as soon as that KREATOR break occurs at 2:30 in which your head is repeatedly bludgeoned and your senses begin to fade. Seconds later we have a vaguely DARKTHRONE felt melody with the loud screaming of ?THERE?IS NO?ESCAPE!!? These guys are Metal as fuck and they never once slow down or stop kicking your ass. It?s very reminiscent of trying to see how long you can hold your breath underwater, except this time there?s someone?s hand on your head and you?re going to beat your record.
Fans of over-the-top Thrash inspired Black Metal which pummel with high tempos and ultra-violence will devour ?Inevitable Dementia?. Take the ferocity of FILII NIGRANTIUM INFERNALIUM and combine an even thicker old-school Thrash base and you got a goddamn potent end-product. Those who are already solidifying their 2006 best-of list would do best in picking this one up shortly, otherwise you may need to do some rearranging once everything is said and done.
-Reviewed by Charles Theel at The Metal Observer
3. Millennial Regression
4. Jesus Camp
5. The Same Old Shit
6. Feeding the Wound
7. What We Say is Real
Quote:When it comes to music classifications, people come up with some pretty weird genres. With tags like ?trash metal?, ?troll metal? and worst of all ?whalecore?, it?s a wonder how anyone takes the genre seriously anymore. Of course to go along with such horrid titles, it is not very often that anything worth note rises from these fictitious scenes. Coming from a genre curiously titled ?war metal?, many would think that Nova Scotia based band Hellacaust (which once again is a pretty ridiculous name) would apply to this unwritten rule. However upon listening to their third album Disgust the only conclusion that can drawn from the band is that they fucking slay, and pretty damn hard at that.
So, you may be wondering, what exactly does war metal sound like? If Disgust is a viable example, then it is another offshoot of black metal, albeit much more and intense and many times more technical. Instead of depending solely on the tried and true tremolo picking technique, songs like opener ?Whore? display guitarists Hell Bastard and Crucifuck providing spastic guitar lines, weaving intricate disharmonious melodies with more traditional black metal guitars. Open to showing some variety, ?The Same Old Shit rages with the crude soul of crust punk, while ?Feeding the Soul? borrows the dissonant gallop of thrash. Despite the fact that the music is harsh and in your face, it retains a weird sense of accessibility that only furthers its enjoyability . Vocalist Necromancer's fast paced delivery owes just as much to hardcore as it does to black metal with his harrowing vocals displayed best on schizophrenic closer ?What We Say Is Real?. On it, his high pitched hardcore influenced screech is matched by his just as excellent gutturals. Unwilling to fall by the wayside, drummer Hellspawn proves to be just as versatile as his bandmates; from simplistic d-beat drumming to thrashy double bass rumbling to lightning speed blast beats, there isn?t a moment on Disgust where the seemingly eight armed drummer isn?t pounding the shit out of his kit.
For anyone looking for more intense, technical black metal, then this is an album for you. If you?re looking for something that sonically smashes you in the face with a sledgehammer, then this is an album for you. So, for this once, ignore all your instincts to reject an album classified as ?war metal? and get Disgust immediately.
I know you want to tell us that we are wrong
And I see it's just your own fear driving that thought
And I still would not have had it any other way
Finding fault in us is what will keep you sane