Flagellum Dei

by Unearthly

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Michael If you listen closely, you can hear a bit of Brazilian influence, particularly on Black Sun - some parts of that track remind me of Angra's Holy Land, but heavier. It's an interesting addition to blackened death metal. Favorite track: Black Sun.
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Gematriel For fans of Behemoth of course.
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“Flagellum Dei” is Unearthly’s fourth full length studio album, with the Brazillian outfit having been around since 1998. A heavy mix of Death and Black Metal, Unearthly’s signature sound is just that. Combining fast paced drums, and vocals that sound something akin to the Devil chanting with a drill down his throat, this band is brutal.
This album is definitely not for the faint of heart. Guitarist Vinnie Tyr shares his spot with Felipe Eregion, whose distinctive vocals play up to a completely ravenous drum assault.
The entire album is distinctively Death Metal, and exhibits the band’s all consuming dark-ness. Each track flows into the next, giving added smoothness and consistency. Tracks such as “7.62”, “Exterminata” add a slight acoustic flavour to the mix, creating a signature sound for the band, and in terms of “Exterminata” give a mellow come down to an other-wise heavy album.
This will hopefully be the album that pushes these guys forward, as it looks as though Unearthly have remained relatively unknown outside of Brazil despite having been around since the late 90s. Something tells me that this may not be the case for long though given the absolute power that quite literally screams throughout “Flagellum Dei’s” entirely. Pur-chase it now! "

- Monique LeChat (Zombie Clerk)


Felipe Eregion | Vocals, Guitars
M. Mictian | Bass
Vinnie S. Tyr | Guitars
Rafael Lobato | Drums


01. 7.62
02. Baptized in Blood
03. Flagellum Dei
04. Black Sun
05. Osmotic Haeresis
06. My Fault
07. Eye for an Eye
08. Lord of All Battles
09. Limbus (Instrumental)
10. Insurgency
11. Exterminata (Instrumental)


released November 13, 2011

Recorded, mixed and mastered on HERTZ Studios, at Białystok, Poland
From the 6th to the 19th of June by Wojtek and Sławek Wieslawski
Artwork concept by Edu Nascimentto
Design by Mysterian Art



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