17 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Deicide’s music was so technically precise that longtime fans had a right to be doubtful that it could ever accurately translate to a live album. 1998’s When Satan Lives proved the naysayers wrong. Recorded in one hot August night at Chicago's House of Blues, this live set is even tighter and more intense than the band’s famously hellacious studio albums. Much credit is due engineer Steve Remote, a mobile production specialist who had worked with Gil Evans, Denis Leary, and Hall & Oates, among hundreds of others. Remote wasn't necessarily a metal fan but he still ended up giving Deicide what might be the best-sounding album of their career. Every song comes off loud and full and in-your-face, as if the band have the listener completely surrounded at every turn. Even lifelong death metal experts will hear “Dead by Dawn” and “Sacrificial Suicide” in a new light. Of course, the engineering only serves to highlight the band’s impeccable playing. They never miss a beat, pushed forward by Steve Asheim's maniacally aerobic drumming.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Deicide’s music was so technically precise that longtime fans had a right to be doubtful that it could ever accurately translate to a live album. 1998’s When Satan Lives proved the naysayers wrong. Recorded in one hot August night at Chicago's House of Blues, this live set is even tighter and more intense than the band’s famously hellacious studio albums. Much credit is due engineer Steve Remote, a mobile production specialist who had worked with Gil Evans, Denis Leary, and Hall & Oates, among hundreds of others. Remote wasn't necessarily a metal fan but he still ended up giving Deicide what might be the best-sounding album of their career. Every song comes off loud and full and in-your-face, as if the band have the listener completely surrounded at every turn. Even lifelong death metal experts will hear “Dead by Dawn” and “Sacrificial Suicide” in a new light. Of course, the engineering only serves to highlight the band’s impeccable playing. They never miss a beat, pushed forward by Steve Asheim's maniacally aerobic drumming.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

BlackIsMyHeart ,

Yet again...

Buy this....this the hardest live album I have ever heard. Glen and the boys will not let you down!

okok ,

SATAN!!!

THis is by far the best live death metal album i've ever heard every song is perfect there even better than the originals i highly recommend this album if you never heard deicide before

metalhead7755 ,

what the hell

F*** You Thunder slap
If You Where Her I Would F***ing Slap Some F***ing Sence Into You F***ing Brian
If You Have A Problem Then Dont Reveiw It
As You See In The Customer Reviews Nobody Is Agreeing With You Because They Think You Are Stupid As Hell
Yes Deicide Lyrics Are Satanic, But They Are Not Satanists
I Mean Im A Nihilist, But Stiil You Cant Just F***ing Bash On This F***ing Awesome Music
If You Dont Even Now Who They Are Or Know About Them,
Also If You Dont Like Metal Then Atleast Respect It, What You Said Was A Big Offence To Metal,
Just Stop Writing Or Saying Bad Things About Metal,
If You Where F***ing Here I Wouldnt Bash On Your Music,
And I Dont Get P****d Of To Often Other Than Gossip And Rummors,
But The On Thing That Realy P****** Me Of The Most Is People Like You That Bash On Our F****** Music
And For All Of You Out There That Does Not Like Metal, Than At Least Respect It,
Metal Bands Have A Lot Of Talent I Mean Lets See You Growl Through A Whole 5 Minute Song
Or Play The Guitar, Bass, Or Drums Like That,
It Aint Easy
Ohh F****** Awesome Album
I Saw Them A Couple Days Ago In Oslo, Norway
Great Performence

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