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Worship : Last CD Before Doomsday

What can I say, what excuse is there for reviewing re-releases? Well in this case, I'll use the limited availability of the original and the bonus track as one.

For those who were unable to procure the 'Last Tape...' or 'Last Vinyl...', here is the chance to lay your hands on the most important milestone in minimalistic funeral doom since Thergothon's 'Stream From The Heavens' and Mournful Congregation's An Epic Dream Of Desire'.

Added to the four brilliant tracks of the original (scroll up for details) is the crushing 'Keep On Selling Cocaine To Angels' which appeared on the very rare 7" split with Agathocles in 2000. This song in heavier in style than the album works, as are the other two songs which appeared on 7-inches. This is absolutely Worship, though, and it is in these songs that the spirit of Mad Max shines through best: grim, dirty, spiteful and full of hate for humanity.

The lyrics are all printed in the finely laid out booklet, which also features a discography and pictures. This one is again a limited release so instead of reading this review you should actually be out there ordering this classic while you still can… shoo!

Reviewer's rating: Unrated


Tracklist :
1. Whispering Gloom
2. Solicide And The Dawning Of The Moonkult
3. Eclipse Of Sorrow
4. Worship
5. Weep On Selling Cocaine To Angels

Duration : Approx. 55 minutes

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Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Oscar Strik
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