97. Demilich- Nespithe
"When the Sun Drank the Weight of Water"
"The Sixteenth Six-Tooth Son of Fourteen Four-Regional Dimensions (Still Unnamed)"
"Inherited Bowel Levitation - Reduced Without Any Effort"
"The Echo (Replacement)"
"The Putrefying Road in the Nineteenth Extremity (...Somewhere Inside the Bowels of Endlessness...)"
"(Within) The Chamber of Whispering Eyes"
"And You'll Remain... (In Pieces in Nothingness)"
"The Planet That Once Used To Absorb Flesh In Order To Achieve Divinity and Immortality (Suffocated To The Flesh That It Desired...)"
"Raped Embalmed Beauty Sleep"
The ugliest album ever recorded. Period. No pornogrind or shitfun or any violent lyrics death metal album will ever outdo this Frank Zappa-esque bizarre take on death metal. What’s especially notable is the vocals. Easily the most brutal vocals in death metal. Ultraboris said it best, “It sounds like he’s talking through his intestines.”
So why is such an album with such a high honor so low on this list? Well because once you heard one track on this album, you’ve kind of heard them all. It more or less suffers from the same problem as Sepultura’s Beneath The Remains. Each song tries to be everything at once without any real mapping or structure that every song ends up sounding the same. Also, these song titles are completely fucking ridiculous. A popular strawman argument is that the songtitles are that way as a complete rejection of commercial tendencies. My response to that is, why not make like Edge of Sanity and release one long 40-50 minute death metal song? Oh well. Even though every song is more or less the same, it’s still worth listening to the whole way through because after one song, you will totally need to hear more.
Oh yea, and the whole thing is free for download, right here on the band’s website. http://www.anentity.com/demilich/download.php
When The Sun Drank The Weight of Water