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BESTIAL DEFORM "Bellum Contra Omnes"

http://www.metalcrypt.com/

Bestial Deform from Saint-Petersburg, Russia, is one of the most important Russian underground Death Metal bands ever. Bestial Deforms second album, Bellum Contra Omnes, originally released in 1996 on cassette only, has been a very hard if not impossible item to find. Now, 18 years after its original release it is being made available again via a joint release between Satanath Records and More Hate Productions. This fully remastered version of Bellum Contra Omnes delivers pure old school, technical Death Metal in an excellent way. Bestial Deforms unorthodox and structurally complicated songs are all great to listen to. Considering it was recorded in 1996 it is also great to hear how they did things their own way with little care for the musical trends that were spiraling around back in those days. In technicality, I would compare Bestial Deform to Finlands Phelegethon though I would also include Swedens answer to Death, Leprosy and Finlands Mordicus when it comes to the extreme and brutal moments. The production is vintage 90s so unfortunately the drums lack power. There are no other major flaws on this kick ass album. What is most important is that Bellum Contra Omnes is available again. Get this now while you can. If you don not purchase this Russian Death Metal gem right away you may regret it because it is limited to only 500 copies.

http://www.metalcrypt.com/pages/review.php?revid=9095


BESTIAL DEFORM "Together We"ll Destroy the World"

http://www.metalcrypt.com/

Russian Death Metal institution Bestial Deform (formed in 1990) has released four studio albums thus far, plus some demos and EPs. Bestial Deforms releases have been kind of hard to find, especially some of their earlier releases like their originally self-released eight-track debut album titled Together We"ll Destroy the World, released 22 years ago.Fortunately, there are labels like Russian More Hate Productions and Belarusian Symbol of Domination Productions (sub-label of Satanath Records) that decided to re-release this Death Metal classic as a joint venture, along with the bands 1992 Worship to Madness five-track demo as a bonus. This re-release also comes with a completely new album cover and a pro-made 8-page booklet. On Together We"ll Destroy the World, Bestial Deform is clearly the Russian answer to Suffocation, specifically the New York bands very early days (the Reincremated demo and Human Waste EP). Growler Kirill Ulanenkov sounds a lot of like Frank Mullen of Suffocation, which is totally cool in my book. Also, Bestial Deforms onslaught contains similar technical elements to Suffocations first two early releases. The demo stuff, however, including an intro plus four songs, brings one Finnish Death Metal band to mind and that is Nerlich, and the bands early demo material in particular. The albums production sounds somewhat decent, but the demo material is very raw and primitive sounding, which was pretty typical for many underground Death Metal bands from those days, having only small resources to put into decent (and yet expensive) sounding demo releases. Together We"ll Destroy the World obviously has quite much value in the light of the bands history, so if you are a die-hard collector of obscure underground Death Metal stuff, this might well be your next target to invest some of your hard-earned pennies into. Now flip a coin and let your wallet choose...

http://www.metalcrypt.com/pages/review.php?revid=9539


BESTIAL DEFORM "...Ad Leones"

http://extrememetalzine.blogspot.ru/

Bestial Deform are a band from Russia that has been featured before in this zine and plays a blasphemous form of death metal and this is a review of their 2016 album "...Ad Leones" which will be released on March 15th as a joint effort between Satanath Records, More Hate Productions and Musica Hibrida. Operatic female vocals and thunder sounds start off the album along with some operatic male vocals that also gives the recording more of a ritualistic feeling and after the intro the music goes into more of a heavier musical direction as well as adding in melodies, blast beats and death metal vocals. All of the musical instruments on the recording have a very powerful sound to them and high pitched screams can also be heard in some parts of the songs and the tracks also bring in a great mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts and the music is very heavily rooted in the 90s style of the genre while also sounding a little bit modern with the way the songs are produced and there is also a brief use of clean playing and when guitar solos and leads are utilized they stick to more of a melodic style and there is also a brief use of spoken words. Bestial Deform created another death metal recording that is very brutal, blasphemous and old school sounding, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover Anti Christianitty, Evil and Darkness themes. In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Bestial Deform and if you are a fan of blasphemous death metal, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Chariots" "Together We ll Destroy The World" "Severed To Pieces" and "I Am Alone , I Exist And I Am God". 8 out of 10.

http://extrememetalzine.blogspot.ru/2016/03/bestial-deformad-leonessatanath.html


BESTIAL DEFORM "...Ad Leones"

http://www.thydemonsbescribblin.com/scribblin-metal---album-reviews/

After a wicked introduction to the album, Ad Patres, showcasing a juicy lycanthrope transformation amidst scattering humanity the bar is placed and its high. Bestial Deform does not however disappoint. In Maxillis Bestia sets the tone a style some might consider somewhat akin to (mid-career) Morbid Angel in feel. This is understandable as intricate other-worldly riffs (or shall I say underworld- like?) and infernally constructed guitar passages, "peaks and valleys", rather than an all-out pummeling fretboard (insane speed) assault caress the listeners senses. This release has the power to transport the audience back many a year to the heyday of an act who set many a trend, left a plethora of avenues of influence, then abruptly disappeared only then to reappear cloaked in something altogether different. Kirill Ulanenkov (gotta love those villain-esque Eastern bloc names) delivers a vocal accompaniment in much the same manner (more so Steve Tucker than David Vincent IMO) albeit a style that also leans towards that of Dallas Toler-Wades (Nile). Overall something I was not expecting in the slightest, a great find in fact, a style that is familiar, well crafted, ancient yet refined and altogether exquisitely executed. Fans of Morbid Angel and the diabolic rejoice for there is a new savior on the horizon. This is an album I am proud to recommenda must listen at the very least!

http://www.thydemonsbescribblin.com/scribblin-metal---album-reviews/cults-vault-the-immensity-of-napalm-death


BESTIAL DEFORM "...Ad Leones"

http://brutalism.com/

Having been kicking out death metal since 1990, Russian Bestial Deform (front man Kirill Ulanenkov being the sole original member) return with their fifth full length album. "Ad Leones" is 40 minutes of no nonsense old school death metal. That is really both the albums strength and weakness. It is competent enough but it does not really stand out or set itself apart from the crowd, with that being said I am well aware the band have been blasting out blasphemous bile longer than I have had body hair and they are sticking to what they are good at and do not really owe any one anything and there is nothing actually wrong with the disc. What it does do on the plus side is bring to mind the late 80s early 90s when death metal was still forming and bands could not rely on studio trickery to build them up, this sounds raw, dirty and above all live. The songs are well formed and well paced if a little samey. They know how long to blast for before changing time signatures and mixing things up. All in all if you like Bolt Thrower, the early days of Napalm Death- Barney era or Cancer there is a lot here to enjoy.

http://brutalism.com/content/bestial-deform-ad-leones


BESTIAL DEFORM "...Ad Leones"

http://gorger.org/

Bestial Deform, now a quartet, plays Russian death metal. The bands history goes as far back as to 1990, and the bands been inspired by the Florida scene. On their fifth album, they serve barely 40 minutes of (death) threats to healthy mental health. At least if the band is traditional what lyrics are concerned. It is obviously rather hard to tell as the vocalist gurgles and foams like a hungry beast. With genre-faithful vocals and a song title as Severed to Pieces, all indications at least point to the band not forsaking grotesque traditions. The music is fairly brutal and characterized by aggression and punch. Although the bands expression is impregnated with blood and powdered glass, the songs got good renewal of riffs and rhythms, along with a few gloomier portions where the intensity shifts from the musical to the mental. ...Ad Leones is not original in any way, but with the amount of variation within each song, and the unusually compressed audio, it stands out slightly anyway. For better or worse. The dynamics, or lack thereof, is mainly reduced to a squalid DR3. the production generally has a somewhat unusual sound, and all in all the sound gets a fairly peculiar touch that score on individuality if nothing else. Despite the mentioned variety within each song, it does not create huge diversity throughout the album, unfortunately. The band operates within a strictly limited range of musical landscape. Although not exceptional, I would still call the songs pretty good, but I almost find the music too sating in the long run. After a few hours I practically feel stuffed. If you live and breathe death metal, you should check out the Russians no matter what I might think. There is no certainty you are as finicky and difficult as me. You may be worse. Bestial Deforms misshaped carnality has a higher resemblance toward Morbid Angel than Cannibal Corpse, just to give a tiny stylistic clue.

http://gorger.org/english/2016/2016-04eng.htm#Gorger16


BESTIAL DEFORM "...Ad Leones"

http://www.explicitlyintense.com/

Russians Bestial Deform have returned with their latest and most crushing death metal release in the form of Ad Leones. This is the bands first output of new stuff in 25 years, and a few re-recorded cuts from their first album from 1990, which definitely smokes many of the death metal bands in todays global scene. Ad Leones is an absolute merciless barrage of chest thumping rhythms, bestial growls from the depths of hell, and percussive work that sounds like bombs going off around you. Now, this is what I call aggressively played death metal with plenty of hateful feelings geared towards the world and its fucked up ideals, which are created by religious bigots. Together We ll Destroy The World is an awesome re-recording of the original version, with a better overall sound, production, and the bands playing just annihilates all existence with its nuclear war-like brutality. This song still has retained its fierce edge, and just rolls over you like a heavy piece of pavement dredging machinery. Severed To Pieces is a deadly force of double bass lashings tied in with flesh ripping guitars, and growls that come at you like, like you are a piece of meat to be consumed by the underworld infernal lord. The music is pretty well executed here, and some of the breaks remind of old school Pestilence. This album is a worthy listen for fans of early Morbid Angel, Sinister and Mindloss era Gorefest. Bestial Deform is a band hell bent for the destruction of our world, and their mind numbing death metal makes the experience all the more realistic in its ungodly approach.

http://www.explicitlyintense.com/reviews/cd-review/bestial-deform-ad-leones-death-metal-album-review/


BESTIAL DEFORM "...Ad Leones"

https://thoseonceloyal.wordpress.com/

Russian death lords Bestial Deform have returned after almost eleven years since their previous record, "Stop the Christianity" in 2005. As with a lot of releases from the great motherland of the east, you find that Russian bands tend to have a more pissed off out look on life, and this appears to translate well into the thunderous chug of death metal. ad Leones is out now on Satanath Records. After a suitably moody intro, interspersed with screams and distorted growls, first track proper "In Maxillis Bestia" is a rabid slab of guttural death metal rage. The vocals are particularly good, with a thick gargling growl backing up the chunky riffs. You can tell that the influences of Floridian death metal have definitely made it as far as Russia, with tracks like "Sever to Pieces" and the arse tearing "Chariots" worshipping at the mad altars of Morbid Angel and Deicide. The riffs are superb, and the pure tectonic rumble of "Spirit.Rage.Flash" is a joy to behold. Bestial Deform combine the blasting power of the likes of Hate Eternal with the uneasy riffing and violence incarnate of Immolation to create something pretty damn good. Their anti-Christianity rhetoric stirs up some genuinely savage parts, and the closing title track is a beauty. Yeah ok, some of the English song titles seem a bit confusing, but it is a small complaint in a record that is perfectly happy to bludgeon you in the back of the head and drag your corpse off into the void. Blast this loud.

https://thoseonceloyal.wordpress.com/2016/05/25/review-bestial-deform-ad-leones/


BESTIAL DEFORM "...Ad Leones"

https://thirdeyecinema.wordpress.com/

The Russian bear lumbers forth from its cave to deliver this meaty and yes, lumbering slab of reasonably old school-style death metal. With mainman Kirill Ulanenkov handling both guitar and vox and a discography dating all the way back to the latter end of death metals glory days in 1992, it is unsurprising that this feels pretty authentic, despite some obvious markers of more modern and blackened iterations of the subgenre. Ulanenkovs vox sound like a cross between David Vincent growls and something far more blunt and brutal ala Vader, and the riffs vary between a straightforward crunchiness somewhere between Baphomet and Immolation, and dropping straight into earlier Pestilence territory at some points (check out that quirky trill riff on chariots or the stutter stops of symbol of salvation). On the other hand, you can smell the Swedish black metal influence all over this somewhere between the black-death of Grotesque or Necrophobic and the highly overutilized and quite self consciously eeeeevillll vibe of Watain. If you take later 90s/early millenial releases from once-worthy acts like Immolation, Vader or even something otherwise unrelated like Malevolent Creation or Nile seriously, there is no question that Ad Leones will be right up your alley. For diehard old schoolers like myself, there is a hell of a lot to like here, for all its homebrew cocktail-style dilution through unrelated (and unwanted) non-scene filters. I dug it, and could easily see giving this another spin or two in the near future.

https://thirdeyecinema.wordpress.com/2016/07/07/august-supplemental-roundup-satanath-records-and-symbol-of-domination-records/


BESTIAL DEFORM "...Ad Leones"

https://thirdeyecinema.wordpress.com/

The Russian bear lumbers forth from its cave to deliver this meaty and yes, lumbering slab of reasonably old school-style death metal. With mainman Kirill Ulanenkov handling both guitar and vox and a discography dating all the way back to the latter end of death metals glory days in 1992, it is unsurprising that this feels pretty authentic, despite some obvious markers of more modern and blackened iterations of the subgenre. Ulanenkovs vox sound like a cross between David Vincent growls and something far more blunt and brutal ala Vader, and the riffs vary between a straightforward crunchiness somewhere between Baphomet and Immolation, and dropping straight into earlier Pestilence territory at some points (check out that quirky trill riff on chariots or the stutter stops of symbol of salvation). On the other hand, you can smell the Swedish black metal influence all over this somewhere between the black-death of Grotesque or Necrophobic and the highly overutilized and quite self consciously eeeeevillll vibe of Watain. If you take later 90s/early millenial releases from once-worthy acts like Immolation, Vader or even something otherwise unrelated like Malevolent Creation or Nile seriously, there is no question that Ad Leones will be right up your alley. For diehard old schoolers like myself, there is a hell of a lot to like here, for all its homebrew cocktail-style dilution through unrelated (and unwanted) non-scene filters. I dug it, and could easily see giving this another spin or two in the near future.

https://thirdeyecinema.wordpress.com/2016/07/07/august-supplemental-roundup-satanath-records-and-symbol-of-domination-records/


BESTIAL DEFORM "...Ad Leones"

http://monarchmagazine.weebly.com/

...And here we come again Russia. Those guys from Saint Petersburg have started their anti-religious crusade long time ago in 1990. If you consider such date to classify them as veterans of Russian death metal scene then let it be. They have countless releases shown to the world already but I actually meet the band for the first time. This album starts off with intro which theme probably drives Christianity insane for ages, when they were a prey for lions on the arenas of the Ancient Europe. Could be quite disturbing if you like sounds of animals hunting and devour human victims on the eyes of thousands bloodthirsty crowd. This introduction should be done scarier if you ask me but it`s just quite intriguing for death metal album to begin... Their music is a monstrous; condense on massive riffs and blasphemous death metal vocals. There are a lot of guitar shreds but when they focus more on heavy as fuck, grinding guitars then drums go crazy fast but precise. I clap my hands in response to technical performance they all contributed to this album. Songs are mature, brutal and I just can imagine how destructive force they must be when watching them live. It`s not that much technical death metal in meaning that it`s overproduced or anything like that. It`s more under control way of playing so the idea wise of the album is easy to catch, hear and enjoy. However, this album demands a bit focus from the listener as their death metal is well arranged. Finding all the best bits requires few approaches of the album which I love to do with this particular one! This is the way I discover the same music and albums over again so they never get old for me anytime I listen to them. I leave you with my full recommendation to Bestial Deform and their ...Ad Leones which for fans of Morbid Angel, Hate should be another perfect album to have.

http://monarchmagazine.weebly.com/bestial-deform-ad-leones-more-hate-productions-satanath-records-musica-hibrida.html



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