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Performer: Disembowelment
Title: Transcendence into the Peripheral
Style: Heavy Metal
Duration: 59:33
Relesed: 1994
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 799
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Transcendence Into the Peripheral is the first full-length album by the Australian death-doom band Disembowelment. The album was originally released in 1993. In 2005, this album was included in its entirety as part of a double CD of all the band's recorded material. Renato Gallina - vocals, guitar. Jason Kells - guitar. Paul Mazziotta - drums. Matthew Skarajew - bass. Tony Mazziotta - double bass on "Cerulean Transience of All My Imagined Shores". I'da - vocals on "Nightside of Eden".

From an album like 'Transcendence into the Peripheral' and a band called Disembowelment one could imagine that the band talks a lot about death and gore that can act as a slower heavier version of Cannibal Corpse. However, 'Transcendence into the Peripheral' isn't talking about any of these topics. As I mentioned before, only one song talks about death/gore, the rest is something I can't even describe. Still, Disembowelment created something very creative and absolutely unique with "Transcendence Into The Peripheral". There is no instrumental wanking or showing off. Everything is meant to serve the atmosphere, which is incredibly dense and almost unparalleled in extreme metal.

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Disembowelment (album). This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. October 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Disembowelment is a compilation of all the recorded material by the Australian death-doom band Disembowelment. Disc Two is composed of the 1992 EP Dusk (tracks 1 - 3), an early version of the song "Excoriated" titled "Extracted Nails" that featured only on a compilation album called Pantalgia from 1991 and the remainder is the complete 1990 demo "Mourning September". Compilation album by.

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Transcendence Into the Peripheral is the first full-length album by the Australian death-doom band Disembowelment. Transcendence Into the Peripheral. Studio album by. Disembowelment. In 1992 they issued an extended play, Dusk, on Relapse Records and followed with a studio album, Transcendence into the Peripheral, in 1993. They disbanded shortly thereafter – never having performed live. remain genre classics".

Transcendence Into the Peripheral is the first full-length album by the Australian death/doom band Disembowelment. In 2005, this album was included in its entirety as part of a double CD of all the band's recorded material Track listing. The Tree of Life and Death" (10:25).

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Tree of Life and Death Renato Gallina Disembowelment 10:25
2 Your Prophetic Throne of Ivory 3 Renato Gallina Disembowelment 7:40
3 Excoriate Renato Gallina Disembowelment 4:44
4 Nightside of Eden Renato Gallina Disembowelment 2:38
5 A Burial at Ornans Renato Gallina Disembowelment 14:38
6 The Spirits of the Tall Hills Renato Gallina Disembowelment 9:22
7 Cerulean Transience of All My Imagined Shores Renato Gallina Disembowelment 10:06

Credits

Disembowelment - Primary Artist
Renato Gallina - Composer
Reviews (2)
Keel
Transcendence into the Peripheral is one of the all-time great death-doom albums, and is also pretty instrumental in the development of the funeral doom micro genre, as well leading extreme metal as a whole into artsier waters. The Tree of Life and Death starts out with some fast blast beats, before slowing down to a more deliberate and contemplative tempo. Your Prophetic Throne of Ivory bookends it's more brutal mid-section with artsy Gregorian chant-esque vocals. Can't recommend enough to fans of extreme metal, but even non-metal fans may like this... I do have a friend who likes this album even though he isn't into extreme metal, after all.Favorite Tracks: 1. The Tree of Life and Death 2. Your Prophetic Throne of Ivory 6. The Spirits of the Tall Hills 7. Cerulean Transience of All My Imagined Shores

Xal
For some comparable to an authentic, temporary descent into Hell, dISEMBOWELMENT’s only album Transcendence into the Peripheral is considered a forerunner of many future “Funeral Doom Metal” explorations favored by Evoken and Mournful Congregation, but, to be honest, this is strictly Death Metal, albeit one variety that fluxes among an extreme and its opposite. Apparently, the band disbanded just after its recording, its members wandering through some future projects (Inverloch, Wurms, Trial of the Bow) that never lifted off enough to be successful: so a band ended without even having the opportunity to make a career out of it.Listeners who are accustomed with Swedish Death Metal, early Paradise Lost and My Dying Bride an especially Carcass will immediately settle into the claustrophobic production, which favors the guitar a strong, sharp sound and the drums a potent reverb that make them sound as if recorded in a claustrophobically small chamber in the depths of Earth. The cavernous initial impact is favored over B-tuned guitars offer tremolo/palm-muted casual power-chords that morph into killer breakdowns, when inserted with slower rhythms and distant clean guitar notes. The vocals consist of monotone growls or chilling harsh screaming, both being pretty echoed like the rest of the instruments. “A Burial at Omans” follows crawling rhythms and somnolent paces until 6 minutes in, and follows such bipolar dynamics until the end. With the exception of the interlude “Nightside of Eden” and some starry guitar/keyboard chording on the last track, “Cerulean Transience of All My Imaginary Shores”, the rest of the album follows pretty much the same route, which is also the album’s main defect: melodically, it isn’t memorable, although it’s surely intense. Though better albums may represent the genre, Transcendence into the Peripheral remains a demonstration of will of exceeding every excess, and for that it can be quietly praised as it deserves.Highlights: “A Burial at Omans”.

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