Obituary – Darkest Day Reviews

Darkest Day

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10 responses to “Obituary – Darkest Day Reviews”

  1. Baback says:

    If you read as most likely, you are an old fan and I have good news for you. This is one of “The End Complete” and “Cause of death”. From the opener and this is the obiter in all their glory. Crunchy rhythm guitar pounding away, drums gallop along and of course the voice of John Tardy just the way you reminded him of Tampa Florida's heyday. In these days with the Sweden-dominated sound, the death metal scene for a great memory of the late 80's early 90-s period. And that's obituary Darkest Days is right and will bring you in this time capsule. Obituary never out that many albums so this is another fine treatment and in addition to their catalog. Anyone can this band here and work your way back and enjoy it all the classic death of one of the originators of the genre.

  2. Etan says:

    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Another afterthought that chugs along endless and without purpose
    There is always a problem when a band takes the [...] comments of supposed fans seriously, it sometimes ends up screwing up the product.

  3. Oralee says:

    I have a good time with the latest from obituary. Not to be confused with another “Slowly We Rot” type of disc it is however better than the last two. In this sense, this is just a strange one. Very doomish soundboard at times and others it is difficult to establish a finger on the sound. But do not me wrong, if you know you will know that it is the Tardy Brothers immediately. Darkest tag may not be the nod for album of the year and there isn't 'one of their best, but it is a pleasant work with some freakishly original moments … Obituary as throw some melody on lead guitar and some tribal drums, believe it or not. The only srub on this CD that I can imagine that there is no text. Some of the tunes they have to so I can find out what the hell is John goes on …. it's just a strange album. But good none the less.

  4. Ulf says:

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Simple With Mixed Results
    While this albums has the classic Obituary sound,I felt the final product left me somewhat underwhelmed.

  5. Tillie says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    this album destroys!
    from beginning to end this album crushes your skull, sonically. I was extremely surprised at how awesome this album was.

  6. Fancy says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Obituary is a beacon of light for the darkest day
    Obituary knows how to rock. these guys are categorized as “death metal”. they are a mid-paced death metal band though, in the vein of Jungle Rot and Death.

  7. Giona says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I’m Enjoying This One More Than The Last Few Obituary Releases
    I have just bought this album and it absolutely rocks. The production is much crisper than the last album.

  8. Yakov says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Obituary has yet again, shocked me with another great album! First of all, I’d like to say that I love the fact that they have released so much material over the past few years…

  9. Zula says:

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Brighter Days ahead?
    I love this band..been following them since Cause of Death was released. I thought Executioner’s Revenge was a good return to form after the passable Frozen In Time…

  10. Gali says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    another brutal obituary release
    this cd has some of the best obituary has to offer minus allen west(still missed)but this cd seam better than xecutioners return to me,more focused and the added influence of new…

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