Children of Perdition - Children of Perdition
1.A Satanic Mass for the Satanic Masses
3.Children of Perdition
4.Hell Hath No Fury Like a Devil Scorned
5.The Descent
9.Hellfire Empire
11.Wheel of Fortune
12.Nativity in Black
13.Freedom Song
14.Self Denial
15.Soul Shredding
16.Evil Deified
17.Requiem for a Fallen Angel
18.The Uncreation
Length: 1:18:31

Children of Perdition

Length: 1:18:31

  1. A Satanic Mass for the Satanic Masses
  2. Shadowguild
  3. Children of Perdition
  4. Hell Hath No Fury Like a Devil Scorned
  5. The Descent
  6. Leviathan
  7. Submission
  8. Flesh
  9. Hellfire Empire
  10. Alone
  11. Wheel of Fortune
  12. Nativity in Black
  13. Freedom Song
  14. Self Denial
  15. Soul Shredding
  16. Evil Deified
  17. Requiem for a Fallen Angel
  18. The Uncreation

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By Alex Sismo (Archived) on
7th Mar, 2017 @ 06:06 UTC

While pushing to call Children of Perdition “Black Metal,” it has very LaVeyan Satanic lyrics and dark atmosphere in most songs. This album is full of riffs and that’s for certain! The best example is “Hell Hath no fury like Devil scorned,” which has more groove than a ploughed field. In the spirit of black metal, their founder, David Sinclair-Smith, claims to have been inspired by Quorthon and Bathory by recording all of the vocals and instruments himself. For one person, he certainly has a lot of variance in his metal style, to the point it’s hard to pin down what metal genre Children of Perdition actually are. For example, their theme song, “Children of Perdition” gallops along like “Powerslave”-era Iron Maiden, yet they have a very Black Sabbath ode in the aptly-named “Nativity In Black.” The vocals can be described as old-school Death Metal with splattering of Black Metal rawness. The band even goes in to dark 80s Goth sounds and (wait for it) ballads! While the sound is varied it balanced mostly on the Death/Black stylings and all 18 tracks flow into each other nicely when listened to in album order. Almost 80 minutes long, this is defiantly an underground band that I recommend checking out. I can’t see this band going anywhere and most likely will break up, which would be unfortunate, as I think they’ve got a unique sound happening and I would like to see how this band progresses.

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