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Item no. 424741
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Death Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band God Dethroned
Product type CD
Release date 15/11/2004
‘The Lair of the White Worm’ is the 6th full-length studio album from Dutch hellraisers God Dethroned. The band are noticeably tighter than on the last album. With less of a thrashing sound than previous efforts, ‘The Lair of the White Worm’ can be considered one of the band’s strongest releases to date.
CD 1
1. Nihilism 2. Arch Enemy Spain 3. Sigma Enigma 4. The Lair Of The White Worm 5. Rusty Nails 6. Loyal To The Crown Of God 7. God dethroned 8. Last Zip Of Spit 9. The Grey Race 10. Salt In Your Wounds
EMP Editorial Team

The Serpent King dares back into the public light with a half newly exchanged band from which we at least know the almost juvenile drummer Arien from the last festival season and "Into the lungs of hell". Instead of reducing to the brutal side after the departure of guitarist Jens whom I always considered to be the harmonic character, the melody factor was exorbitantly risen by the aid of his replacement, Isaac Delahaye ('Rusty nails'). 'Nihilism' deals with the destructive mania, sometimes drifts off into Black Metal dimensions - but the supporting lead collaboration always shines bright from the black hate ball. 'Arch Enemy Spain' probably goes back to a working title of the songwriting phase - the references to the Amott brothers can't be denied despite the hell-like pace. 'Sigma enigma' is rather mid-tempo and with its catchy hook is closer to Sweden. Positively is that God Dethroned do not just reduce to their strengths like their label mates, Amon Amarth. (Eugen Legat - September 2004)