DECAPITATED — Organic Hallucinosis

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Album · 2006

Tracklist

1. A Poem About an Old Prison Man (4:41)
2. Day 69 (3:14)
3. Revelation of Existence (The Trip) (4:39)
4. Post(?) Organic (5:45)
5. Visual Delusion (5:55)
6. Flash-B(l)ack (3:41)
7. Invisible Control (4:44)

Total Time: 32:43

Line-up/Musicians

- Adrian "Covan" Kowanek / vocals
- Witold "Vitek" Kieltyka / drums
- Marcin "Martin" Rygiel / bass
- Waclaw "Vogg" Kieltyka / guitars

About this release

Full-length, Earache Records, February 7th, 2006

Bonus tracks for Japan:
8. Nihility (Anti-Human Manifesto) (Live)
9. Spheres Of Madness (Live)

The lyrics from Track 1 are taken from a Poem by Charles Manson and therefore had to be omitted from the insert.

In the UK/Euro, a Limited-Edition Dual-Disc with a DVD of a live show filmed at 7th November 2005 was released.

A limited edition of 1,000 and given away free by Earache to people buying the 'Organic Hallucinosis' from independant stores in the U.K. The design is made to look like a CD-r burn, but it is an official Earache release (MOSH 321CDX).

The recording was taken from the Earache Christmas party in Nottingham, England.

Thanks to UMUR, Vehemency for the updates

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Decapitated have had a very important role in death metal history, and a quite underlooked one at that. While the American death metal scene slowly watered down and became more quieter, the Europeans started to pick up the genre and really morph it. Bands like Dissection and Necrophagist did give the genre a slightly more technical and more epic feel, but the sound really had been given an extra oomph by these Polish death metal veterans.

One of the biggest highlights of this album has to be the production. In many ways the production reminds me of Zyklon's “Disintegrate”, but maybe even more extreme. The guitars and drum combination on this album really are mindblowing and are totally in your face the whole time. The sound on this album is probably the bands more technical moments

This album also sees the only time vocalist Covan would perform on one of the band's releases. I do actually enjoy his voice a lot on this album. His vocals remind me a mixture of a more gruffer version of John Tardy from Obituary mixed with Robb Flynn's more gruffer vocals.

Sadly, this album was the last album to feature drummer Vitek, after he tragically died in a car crash, just after the album's resale. In many ways this album is the perfect tribute, because his drumming on this album is absolutely fantastic, and really does show how he really was one of the most talented drummers in metal history.

The album opener “A Poem About An Old Prison Man” is a brilliant intro. With dark foreboding lyrics taken from a poem written by Charles Manson, it matches well with the absolutely chaotic riffs and insane drumming. “Day 69” has some rather Nile sounding riffs, which always is able to add atmosphere to certain moments.

One of the albums more interesting moments has to be on the album's 2 longest compositions “Post(?)Organic” and “Visual Delusion.” Due to their longer track times, the songs obviously have a lot more added to them, with a lot of interesting twists and turns, that show the technical side to the band.

In conclusion, this album proves that these guys are a dominant force in the death metal world. This album is definitely one of the heaviest these guys have released. If you like death metal brutal, then this is the perfect mixture of good musicianship and earth shattering sounds.

RIP Vitek

8/10

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