9 Songs, 37 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

pcvalery ,

look ma, no breakdowns

Breakdowns are a guy thing. Most girls couldn't care less about these slow moving, testosterone pumping phonema. There are no breakdowns on Programmed To Consume, and it's nice. Instead listeners can expect a solid 37 minutes of old school-ish death metal with growling vocals backed by steady guitars and rumbling drums. There are also no funny time changes or goofy wheetely-wheetley-wee guitar solos. Tradition is the key here. The elements used on this album are all already proven techniques. The end result is brutality.

Evisceration Plague ,

Death metal is still here in 2008!

And with other releases that are as good as Programmed to Consume, (Belphegor's Bondage Goat Zombie Meshuggah's Obzen, Amon Amarth's Twilight of the Thundergod) Abysmal Dawn is slowly crawling up to the top of my death meath favorites. What draws me to this awesome death metal group is the metronome, creative, fast/pummiling drumming!! Just take a listen to the Compulsory Ressurection, and Grotesque Modern Art. Each track on this album is amazing but I would recommend to buy those two tracks if you are on a fixed income like I am. F*****g economy... anyways this should be in the top death metal releases for 08. Recommend to fans of Nile, Cannibal Corpse, Bloodbath, and Origin.

666Marduk999 ,

A must buy for any Death Metal fan

this is a good, solid, and noisy death metal release with nice guitar riffs and hooks. The best track s Walk the Path of Fire. My favorite is Aeon Aomegas. If you like Cannibal Corpse buy tracks 1+4, and Twilight's Fallen and Cease to Comprehend are the heaviest. Track 5+6 are creepy and are more for fans of Black Metal, especially the Descent.

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