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Belphegor
Conjuring the Dead
Company: Nuclear Blast
Release: 2014
Genre: Black
Reviewer: Greg Watson
Published: 8/7/2014

COMMENTS:
Veterans Belphegor offer up another dose of their blackened symphony with "Conjuring the Dead". As with previous albums, this one is just straight forward, unabashed black metal. This album sounds like every other Belphegor release and offers nothing different to the ears. I've always hoped the band would progress in their sound but they seem to have chosen to stagnate. I'm sure the die-hards love it, but for me it just gets old really quick. Minus the two instrumental cuts you are only getting seven tracks of new material. Not worth it in my opinion

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ALL SUMMARY REVIEWS FOR: BELPHEGOR
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Conjuring the DeadBelphegor
2014
Greg Watson8/7/2014


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