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Death.FM - Possessed - Seven Churches
Album Information
Album Seven Churches
Artist Possessed
Year 1985
Genre Death/Thrash Metal
Contributor SeclusionSolution

Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
AmazoniTunes 01 The Exorcist
4:50 171
AmazoniTunes 02 Pentagram
3:32 126
AmazoniTunes 03 Burning In Hell
3:08 103
Amazon 04 Evil Warriors
3:43 63
No Link 05 Seven Churches
3:13 88
Amazon 06 Satan's Curse
4:13 72
AmazoniTunes 07 Holy Hell
4:10 58
AmazoniTunes 08 Twisted Minds
5:09 59
AmazoniTunes 09 Fallen Angel
3:57 82
AmazoniTunes 10 Death Metal
3:13 105

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2 reviews done for this album.

By: The_Angelkiller
Date: 21 Nov 2009
this album is the milestone between Thrash Metal and a new way to do extreme music....a masterpiece for all who like the old school of Death Metal

12 of 14 found this review helpful

By: SummoningEternalNightMCMXCIV
Date: 29 Jan 2012
After repeated listenings (many, many listenings!), I have come to a conclusion about this album. Although I recognise that there is a grey area between late Thrash and early Death Metal, I believe this falls mainly into the Thrash camp, while being unusual is having a very hoarse vocal delivery (i.e. bad singing).

We can see then that whereas this album clearly inspired the genre of Death Metal, it is not a part of it. Also we should notice the exclusively Satanic theme of the lyrics, which was continued by DM bands like Morbid Angel and Deicide.

Albeit, this is a notably fast and furious exercise in the darkest of Thrash Metal.

3 of 3 found this review helpful

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