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Performer: Misery Index
Title: The Killing Gods
Country: Europe
Released: 2016
Style: Grindcore, Death Metal
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: MMF FLAC ASF APE VOC DTS ADX

Tracklist

A1 Urfaust
A2 The Calling
A3 The Oath
A4 Conjuring The Cull
A5 The Harrowing
B1 The Killing Gods
B2 Cross To Bear
C1 Gallows Humor
C2 The Weakener
C3 Sentinels
D1 Colony Collapse
D2 Heretics
D3 Thieves of the New World Order

Notes

Second pressing on black double vinyl, limited to 100 units worldwide

Recorded and mixed at Wrightway Studios, Baltimore Maryland from December 2013 until January 2014.
Drums recorded at Visceral Sound Studios in November 2013 in Bethesda, Maryland.

Track D3 is a bonus track originaly performed by Ministry

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 22603 12591 7

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SOM 259LP Misery Index The Killing Gods ‎(2x12", Album, Ltd) Season Of Mist SOM 259LP Europe 2014
SOM 259LP, SOM 259LPCT Misery Index The Killing Gods ‎(2x12", Album, Ltd, RP, Cle) Season Of Mist, Season Of Mist SOM 259LP, SOM 259LPCT US 2016
SOM 259LP, SOM 259LPCW Misery Index The Killing Gods ‎(2x12", Album, Ltd, Whi) Season Of Mist, Season Of Mist SOM 259LP, SOM 259LPCW Europe 2014
SOM 259LP, SOM 259LPES Misery Index The Killing Gods ‎(2x12", Album, Ltd, Gol) Season Of Mist, Season Of Mist SOM 259LP, SOM 259LPES Europe 2014
NEVER016 Misery Index The Killing Gods ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, Gol) Never Dead NEVER016 Europe 2014


The Killing Gods by Misery Index, released 27 May 2014 1. Urfaust 2. The Calling 3. The Oath 4. Conjuring the Cull 5. The Harrowing 6. The Killing Gods 7. Cross to Bear 8. Gallows Humor 9. The Weakener 10. Sentinels 11. Colony Collapse 12. Heretics MISERY INDEX's new album 'The Killing Gods' distills almost fifteen years of relentless touring, recording, and writing into one of 2014's best extreme metal albums.

The Killing Gods is the fifth studio album by American death metal band Misery Index. It was released on May 23, 2014, by Season of Mist. The first five tracks of the album are all part of one collective song called "Faust". Adrien Begrand wrote for Decibel that Misery Index's "hybrid of death metal and grindcore hasn't lost a step at all". He praised the album's "taut and aggressive" music, along with its "clever use of melody" and Jason Netherton's "commanding vocals".

Band Name Misery Index. Album Name The Killing Gods. Erscheinungsdatum 23 Mai 2014. Labels Season Of Mist.

The Killing Gods (2014) by Misery Index. Labels: Season of Mist. Genres: Deathgrind Members: Jason Netherton, Mark Kloeppel, Darin Morris, Adam Jarvis, John Gallagher.

MISERY INDEX return furiously with their brand new album, 'Rituals of Power'! With their sixth full-length, the American icons of hard hitting brutality display the strength of maturity grown out of the experience gained as a relentless touring machine. The general trend of their continuous evolution to incorporate less core elements and move towards classic death metal finds a new high water mark. Released early 2013, 'Live in Munich' perfectly epitomized the rawness and ferocity that MISERY INDEX elevated onto a new level with their fifth full length "The Killing Gods" in 2014. Now with "Rituals of Power", revolving around the concept of truth, MISERY INDEX are back with nine crushing tracks which tackle how 'truth' has been constructed and molded throughout history as a means to uphold power, regimes and ideologies.

Deathgrind band from Baltimore, Maryland, USA that was formed in 2001. This is their fifth and latest so far full length album. Released on May 2014 by Season of Mist. Tracklist: 01. Urfaust (instrumental) 02. The Calling 03. The Oath (instrumental) 04. Conjuring the Cull 05. The Harrowing 06. Cross to Bear 08. Gallows Humor 09. Heretics.

Album The Killing Gods. The Killing Gods Lyrics. Pawn of the undead, tell me What drives the herd to the altar? To sing, his songs To kill in the name of the father?

The Killing Gods is another Misery Index release that I have thoroughly enjoyed. I have every major release from this band including Pulling out the Nails. Now, The Killing Gods is not as good as that album. After four years of the release of their fourth album, Heirs to Thievery, Misery Index returns with its successor, named The Killing Gods. After being absent for four years, the first question that comes to one’s mind is wether the band did or did not bring something interesting to the table to justify the long wait.