English Version Mailinglist Facebook Twitter YouTube Soundcloud Bandcamp
Sello Discográfico Tienda Online Portal
Xtreem Cult Series
Futuros Lanzamientos
Precios de Distribución
xtreem music youtube
xtreem music soundcloud
xtreem music bandcamp
xtreem music facebook
xtreem music twitter
xtreem musicediciones xtreem music
DAEMONIAC - Spawn of the Fallen
Título: Spawn of the Fallen
CAT. #: XM 228 CD
Formato: CD [43:49]
Estilo: Death Metal
Edición: 01.2017
1. Intro/Macabre Eucharist
2. Regurgitated From Hell
3. From Depths of Hideous Chasms
4. Spawn of the Fallen
5. Intro/Procreation of Hatred
6. Cursed Hecatomb
7. Upon Golgotha
8. Cremation (Macrodex cover)
1er álbum de esta banda italiana que practica el más puro estilo Death Metal sueco de los '90 en plan NIHILIST, CREMATORY, primeros NECROPHOBIC, CARNAGE... Incluye versión de MACRODEX. Grabado y mezclado en los Sunlight Studios!!
Metal Trenches Webzine (usa) 15.02.2017
The Pitch: Italian old school death metal from Daemoniac and brought to us by Xtreem Music. Entombed, Nihilist, Crematory, Necrophobic

What I Like: The usual draw of good OSDM: insanely loud distortion, a mix of crusty drums with seering blackened tremolos. The snare roll transitions and jumps to blastbeats are absolutely ferocious. I think the drumming may be my favorite aspect of this album, though it is certainly rivaled by the vocals. These indecipherable grunts are truly repulsive. It's like they said, "F#$k having a frontman, let's just fill the garbage disposal with raw meat and shards of glass and see what comes out."

What I Don't Like: It's more than a tad repetetive and for the love of whatever god or demon you worship, less is more. No track in this style needs to be 7 minutes long. Feel free to prove me wrong, but the evidence is not here.

The Verdict: Not the most exciting OSDM release I've heard, but still one with enough thrills and grotesquery to keep me coming back. Check it out for yourself below.

Flight's Fav's: Regurgitated From Hell, From the Depths of Hideous Chasms, Procreation of Hatred
Flight [8/10]
Cross Fire Webzine (ger) 01.02.2017
Demoniac gab es viele, aber Daemoniac nur einmal. Allein das Cover macht unbeirrbar klar, worum es hier geht: Es gibt klassischen Death Metal der guten, alten Schweden-Schule auf die Ohren. Dabei sind Daemoniac Italiener. Zusammengefunden haben sie erst 2013. Nach einer EP im Jahr 2015, auf der sie auch „Chunks Of Flesh“ von den schwedischen Crematory gecovert haben, ist „Spawn Of The Fallen“ also das Debüt der Band. Der ausgewählte Coversong war seinerzeit kein Zufall. Sein spielen Schweden Death der düsteren Art, wie eben Crematory, aber auch Grotesque, Grave, Nirvana 2002, Interment, Nihilist oder auch neuere Bands wie ihre Landsleute von Profanal, aber auch die Spanier Graveyard oder die deutschen Obscure Infinity. Der Sound ist druckvoll, aber immer rotzig. Man kommt sich vor wie auf einer Zeitreise in die Vergangenheit. Auch wenn sie noch eine recht junge Band sind, lebt der alte Spirit tatschlich authentisch in ihrer Musik weiter. Old School Death Metaller wissen, was sie zu tun haben.
Daniel Müller [8/10]
Hell Is Open Webzine (ger) 25.01.2017
Wat soll ich gross schreiben, ich denke jeder weiss wie das klingt...
HM2-driven Death Metal schwedischer Prägung, mit dem Unterschied das die Jungs aus Italien kommen.

Trotzdem eine Empfehlung? Klar, da man bei den Jungs Herzblut und Begeisterung raushört. Man spürt das sie nicht nur was nachspielen weil es eben grad im Trend ist sondern das sie das tun weil sie richtig Bock drauf haben. Und neben der ausreichenden Dosis Schwedentod klingt das Ganze auch noch schön dreckig und deftig, die Jungs legen Wert drauf das man auch noch die Death Metal Basis raushört, das darf auch ruhig mal etwas moderner klingen.

Somit zwar kein must-have da jeder bestimmt schon zehnzig Kapellen im Schrank hat die ähnlich tönen, aber kaufen kann man "Spawn of the Fallen" dennoch bedenkenlos. Auch weil das Album noch durch ein gelungenes MACRODEX Cover abgerundet wird. Zudem unterstützt ihr durch den Kauf eine ehrliche und leidenschaftliche Truppe und nicht irgendeine Plastikkapelle von grossen Labels.
Alu Card [7.5/10]
Archaic Triad Webzine (fin) 20.01.2017
We don’t know if you feel like you’re winning today, or if you feel like the world is coming to an end. If you spent less time worrying about American politics, and more time worrying about the future of Old School Death Metal, we at Archaic Triad feel quite confident that you would feel pretty great right about now. “Tired of winning”, and all that. Our previously discussed Twitter hashtag, #OldSchoolDeathMetalRevival2017, is looking less and less like a desperate plea, and more and more like a prediction of the type that will put us in the history books.

The Milano outfit Daemoniac was put together in 2013, with the obvious intent of making sure that the music of Nihilist and Crematory should live on, even if future events eradicated all traces of those bands and their recordings. On Spawn of the Fallen, Daemoniac have done a smashing job. If the cover and logo don’t do it for you, what happens when you turn it on should. A brief 80s horror intro sets the mood – gloomy keyboards meet some creepy noises playing backwards, and then the strings of “Macabre Eucharist” starts riffing over wild, early Entombed-style drums.

This is far from the hyper tense, almost electronic sound of most modern brutal death metal. While the performance as such is pretty much water tight, the sound is utterly organic. Cymbals clank and jingle, there’s plenty of filth in the distorted guitar work, and while the double kick drum is there from time to time, it’s semi-buried in a complete sound picture, rather than almost dominating it.

The vocals are legitimate growls of a real man voice. Despite our reactionary tone in these matters, we are in fact not at all opposed to more inhuman varieties of death metal vocals – the inward sucking insanity of Goregrind vox, or the straight up digital pitch down of certain other more or less reputable bands do speak to us. Still, a real monster of an Italian roaring out lyrics about being “Regurgitated from Hell” (the second track of the album) can only warm your heart.

The album is released by Xtreem Music, a Madrid label who’ve managed to snag the “666” P.O. Box at the local post office. The label was founded in 2002, but through clever use of time travel it has managed to regularly spend many a vacation in the early 1990s. Perhaps it was during one of these that they found Daemoniac, and brought them to our time. When “Cursed Hecatomb” rolls into our ears we know that this was a wise move, and that the brilliant scientists who provided Xtreem with the technological wherewithal to undertake this bold project were right to do so. Pick Spawn of the Fallen up from Xtreem Music’s website.

If this keeps up, by the time For the Fallen drops in march, the #OldSchoolDeathMetalRevival2017 will already be well under way.
Archaic Triad Staff
Head-Banger Reviews (usa) 03.01.2017
I find it to always be a good thing to always return to the basics after a certain amount of time. In my case, the basics happen to be some old fashioned death metal that isn’t fancy in any sort of way but instead is just brutal, fast, and chaos incarnate all the fucking time. No country does that better than Sweden in my opinion, and it’s the new act of Daemoniac that only further solidifies that belief of mine.

It’s a pretty well-known fact that it’s a band’s debut album that is their most important simply because it shows what this new band has to offer and what we can come to expect from them should they make the decision to create more material. In the case of Daemonic and their debut of “Spawn of the Fallen” that’s still so new, it’s sparkling, these guys have an album that doesn’t bring a single thing to the table in terms of innovation or anything that could be even remotely considered as stylistically unique. That being said, this record is a fantastic slab of death metal straight from the old school that fucking shreds and delivers one hundred fucking percent! The entirety of what Daemoniac has made here is exactly what any person who’s enjoyed the original sound of death metal, and yet even though I’ve heard that sound so many times before today Daemoniac still made it an extremely entertaining ride that doesn’t let up for even a nanosecond in the whole of the 43 minutes that “Spawn of the Fallen” elapses. And to really put the blood icing on this rotten cake, Daemoniac managed to throw in a cover of Macrodex’s “Cremation” at the very end, and it’s a damn good cover if I’ve ever seen one, and it serves as a brilliant end to a staggeringly brutal album.

The label of Xtreem Music has always been highly reliable when it comes to finding some of the most extreme (ha – get it?) the underground scenes of the world have to offer, so them finding the fresh talent of Daemoniac is something that is absolutely textbook for the Spanish label. “Spawn of the Fallen” is a terrific debut for this sort of band, as it shows that Daemoniac isn’t fucking around one bit and that they mean real business with their death metal. And I’m definitely keen to hear more!
Volver al Catálogo
La legendaria banda española de Brutal Death REINCARNATION, acaban de lanzar un genial nuevo lyric-video dell tema "The Reflection of Hate" extraído de su aclamado y lárgamente esperado 2º álbum "The...
NO AMNESTY 21.9.2017
La banda española de Thrash Metal NO AMNESTY acaba de firmar un acuerdo con Xtreem Music para la edición de su álbum debut "Psychopathy" que verá la luz el próximo 14 de Noviembre.

CRUENTATOR 19.9.2017
La banda italiana de agresivo Thrash Metal CRUENTATOR, acaba de firmar un contrato con Xtreem Music para la edición de su álbum debut "Ain't War Hell?" en Enero de 2018.

Formados en 2016 con...
IN THOUSAND LAKES, la banda bizkaina de Death Metal melódico, entrará al estudio a finales de año para la grabación de un tema nuevo que se editará en formato single digital a través de Xtreem...
La banda española de Death Metal BLOODHUNTER, acaba de lanzar el 1er single "Let the Storm Come" de su 2º álbum "The End of Faith" que saldrá editado el próximo 16 de Octubre a través de Xtreem...
CANKER 14.7.2017
Han pasado casi 12 años para ver el 3er álbum de CANKER por fin editado, pero la espera ha merecido la pena! Una de las más legendarias bandas españolas de Death Metal, acaba de revelar el 1er single...
PURTENANCE 10.7.2017
Los legendarios maestros finlandeses del Death Metal PURTENANCE, están de vuelta con una nueva edición! Es un EP de 4 temas titulado "Paradox of Existence" y tiene prevista su salida el próximo 12 de...
DRÅP 7.7.2017
Los cabrones suecos de Death/Crust DRÅP, acaban de lanzar su flamante nuevo video-clip del tema "Ner På Knä", extraído de su recientemente editado 2º álbum "Roten Till Allt Ont" a través de Xtreem...
La banda española de Death Metal BLOODHUNTER, acaba de revelar lo que será el arte de la portada de su 2º álbum "The End of Faith" cuya fecha de salida está prevista para el próximo 16 de Octubre a...
CANKER 30.6.2017
Una de las más legendarias bandas españolas de Death Metal, CANKER, formados en 1990, finalmente van a ver editado su 3er álbum "Earthquake" el próximo mes de Septiembre a través de Xtreem...