Necrovation - Gloria Mortus

Necrovation - Gloria Mortus
Death Metal
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    Gloria Mortus
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    Death Metal
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    1395 megabytes
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    1919 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1550 megabytes
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A Gloria Mortus
B Otherside


  • Artwork [Lyrics Artwork], Layout – Bünger*
  • Bass – Anton Wanstadius
  • Composed By [Music Composed By] – Gadd*
  • Drums – Andreas Bünger
  • Guitar, Vocals – Sebastian Gadd
  • Mastered By, Recorded By, Mixed By – Gustav Brunn
  • Recorded By, Producer – Necrovation


Folded cover.

Recorded at Studio Bengt in June twothousandten.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - Etched): Yotz 65 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - Etched): Yotz 65 B

Some peoples noticed the evolution between the demo/ Eps and the "Breed deadness blood" album which was less necro/ fucked (In part because of the production) and more based on some death metal darkness...NECROVATION keeps on evolving, and this new Ep containing two compositions shows us the way they seem to embrace for the future.The first song "Gloria mortus" is the most different compared to their previous releases, it's probably their slowest and more diverse composition yet.It begins in a way close to CARNAGE "Dark recollections" (For the heavy power chords), while the following becomes more doomy and more spiritual. I feel something close to the last DR SHRINKER tape ("The eponym" Demo'90 which was more original and technical) for some hypnotizing content, and there's clearly something from the world of doom in here! (Doom, darkness, misery). Some mid-paced riffings could evoke the first IMMORTAL album, even if it's not too obvious. At 2/3 of the length you have a typically Swedish "Repugnant alike" Death metal moment to remind yourself you also deserve to die.The second song "Other side" is closer to what you found on their album, but it's a bit less dense in sound and a bit more complex (In the meaning some riffs could be structured the way AUDIOPAIN did on their first recordings (I didn't hear the later, so....)). In the middle of this Death metal track, you can hear some black metal touches, and some little guitar polyphonies coming from the world of doom (Or maybe ooold MORBID ANGEL). I have a more natural interest for the first song, but this second one isn't bad in the genre.I won’t talk too much ot the cover artwork because I’m not certain of it’s meaning... Maybe there’s a visual impact with the red colors, and something so ancient that it leads back to the beginnings of humanity (Prehistoric cave paintings?), but I’m quite exhausted with simple skulls."Gloria mortus" is a quite good Ep. On one hand it shows the band is less focused on the savage and dense aspect of Death metal, on the other hand it shows NECROVATION doesn't hesitate to try new ideas and other ways to express emotions... This might not necessarily please every Death metal maniacs, and it's not a brutal uppercut reminding you of a doomy fate, but I find the spiritual atmospheric side of the first song interesting and more naturally inspiring than most of the current Swedish Death metal bands...