Pestilence Resurrection Macabre (2009)

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Name:Pestilence Resurrection Macabre (2009)

Total Size: 125.31 MB

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Torrent Files List (Size: 117.66 MB) (Files: 14)

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 14. Lost Souls ( Bonus Track).mp3

10.42 MB

 13. Out of the Body (Bonus Track).mp3

10.38 MB

 12. Chemo Therapy (Bonus Track).mp3

11.45 MB

 11. In Sickness And Death.mp3

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 10. Y2H.mp3

8.39 MB

 09. HangMan.mp3

6.60 MB

 08. Resurrection Macabre.mp3

8.67 MB

 07. Dehrydated II.mp3

8.70 MB

 06. Neuro Dissonance.mp3

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 05. Synthetic Grotesque.mp3

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 04. Hate Suicide.mp3

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 03. Fiend.mp3

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 01. Devouring Frenzy.mp3

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1. Devouring Frenzy
2. Horror Detox
3. Fiend
4. Hate Suicide
5. Synthetic Grotesque
6. Neuro Dissonance
7. Dehydrated II
8. Resurrection Macabre
9. Hangman
10. Y2H
11. In Sickness & Death
12. Chemo Therapy (Bonus Track)
13. Out of the Body (Bonus Track)
14. Lost Souls ( Bonus Track)


Pestilence is a death metal band from the Netherlands founded in 1986. Later they incorporated more jazz and fusion elements into their music. They released four albums before disbanding in order to pursue other musical directions in 1994. The band reformed in 2008 and is preparing for their first studio album in 15 years.

Pestilence started in the Netherlands in the mid 1986 as a thrash metal band. The lineup, consisting of Patrick Mameli (guitar, vocals), Randy Meinhard (guitar), and Marco Foddis (drums), recorded two demos before gaining the attention of Roadrunner Records. After the first demo, Martin van Drunen (bass, vocals) joined them. These two demos - "Dysentery" (1986) and "The Penance" (1987) - are raw, sounding mostly like a cross between Possessed and "Schizophrenia" -era Sepultura. After signing to Roadrunner Records, the band released their debut album titled "Malleus Maleficarum" in 1988, further refining their approach to thrash metal. The new material was tighter and more focused than the demos. Shortly thereafter, guitarist Randy Meinhard left the band to pursue other musical goals in a new band named Sacrosanct.

Meanwhile, Pestilence recruited a new guitar player by the name of Patrick Uterwijk. In 1989, the band released their second album "Consuming Impulse", which was a turn toward to death metal. From a musical standpoint, things became heavier and more haunting. Vocally, Martin van Drunen moved away from cleaner vocals in favour of a more acidic growl. With its release they gained international attention, highly regarded worldwide by death metal fans. But before a follow-up album was released, the lineup changed once again; vocalist and bassist Martin van Drunen departed to front Asphyx.

Pestilence were faced again with the challenge of replacing a member, being without a vocalist and bassist. So while recording their third album they enlisted bassist Tony Choy, who at the time was playing with the technical death metal band Cynic and Patrick Mameli took over the vocal duties. With this lineup, they released the album "Testimony Of The Ancients" (1991). The new material was not as abrasive as the previous albums, but the band’s musicianship has obviously grown and the album had the best production job of the band’s catalogue.

However, Tony Choy was never a permanent member, and ended up going back to Florida to eventually play with Atheist. In the meantime the band enlisted the talents of Jeroen Paul Thesseling.

Over the years members of Pestilence were getting into other forms of music, primarily jazz fusion which the band wanted to pair with metal. The band’s fourth and so far the final album, "Spheres" was released in 1993. With every album they went through some kind of a change and "Spheres" was no exception. The band mixed jazz fusion elements into their death metal style, and used guitar synths throughout the album.

Pestilence’s popularity had risen with the release of each album, but unfortunately so did tensions between the members. So after a short period of time, the band unanimously decided to split up, feeling they had reached their creative climax.

In 1994, Roadrunner released one last CD from Pestilence: a best-of titled "Mind Reflections", containing tracks from all four albums, plus the rare song "Hatred Within" (originally released on the "Teutonic Invasion Part II" -compilation) and six unreleased live tracks recorded in at the Dynamo Open Air Festival in 1992. In 1998, Displeased Records re-released the debut album "Malleus Maleficarum" (which was originally never officially released in Europe), and included both demo recordings from 1986 and 1987.

In 2006, Metal War Productions, working with Martin van Drunen, released "Chronicles of the Scourge", containing two concert recordings and one unreleased bonus track. The two concerts are Live "Kix Festival" - Veghel, Holland (June 24, 1989) and Live Bochum, Germany (November 18, 1988). A bonus "rehearsal disc" was released with the first 1000 copies.

And finally, during 2008 the band decided to continue where they left off back in the mid nineties. There is new line up: founder Patrick Mameli (vocals, guitar), well known Tony Choy (bass) and drummer Peter Wildoer (drums, familiar from Darkane, Non-Human Level and others). Patrick is working on new songs which style he describes as modern fusion of "Testimony…" and "Spheres", but even more technical and more brutal. New album will be recorded by Jacob Hansen and produced by Patrick himself. The album will be titled as "Resurrection Macabre" and is released thru Mascot Records. No official releasedate is yet set, but if all goes as planned its gonna hit the stores early 2009.

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