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Malevolent Creation

Arising from the death metal hotbed of Florida in the early '90s (but originally from Buffalo, NY), Malevolent Creation tend to be somewhat overlooked in discussions of groups who helped define the sound and style of American death metal. Initially inspired by the sonic and lyrical extremity of Slayer, the group landed a deal with Roadrunner Records at the dawn of the '90s, featuring a lineup of vocalist Brett Hoffmann, guitarists Phil Fasciana and Jeff Juskiewicz, bassist Jason Blachowicz, and drummer Mark Simpson. Their 1991 debut album, The Ten Commandments, became something of a landmark in the death metal underground, expanding on the early work of Slayer and fellow Floridians Death. Its sequel, 1992's Retribution, was just as strong, featuring two new members added from Solstice -- guitarist Rob Barrett (who replaced Juskiewicz) and drummer Alex Marquez. Barrett and Marquez were replaced by John Rubin (who had been in a very early lineup of the band) and "Crazy" Larry Hawke for 1993's Stillborn, which disappointed many of the group's faithful and signaled an acrimonious end to their relationship with Roadrunner.

Those label difficulties nearly broke Malevolent Creation apart, but they eventually resurfaced on Pavement Music with a more progressive, technical approach and an even more revamped lineup on 1995's Eternal. Hoffmann was gone, with the vocals now handled by bassist Blachowicz, while guitarists Fasciana and Rubin were joined by ex-Suffocation drummer Dave Culross. The remixes/outtakes/demos collection Joe Black appeared in 1996, followed the next year by In Cold Blood, which featured guitarist John Paul Soars taking Rubin's place, and drummer Derek Roddy replacing Culross. For 1998's The Fine Art of Murder, Fasciana (now doubling on keyboards) brought vocalist Hoffmann, guitarist Barrett, and drummer Culross back to the fold, along with new bassist Gordon Simms. The Pavement label retrospective Manifestation appeared in 2000, followed toward the end of the year by the all-new Envenomed. The sequel to Envenomed came out two years later, followed a few months later by drummer Justin DiPinto's last album with the group, The Will to Kill. The band continued to stay productive, releasing Warkult in 2004 and Doomsday X in 2007. In 2010, Malevolent Creation released their 11th studio album, Invidious Dominion. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi
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@Death the Kid, there's more to music than lyrics. The guitar and drums for example, in death metal is very fast and heavy-- which is something people prefer compared to slower pasted music. It's not scary to be honest, everybody knows it's just somebody screaming or yelling harshly. If your ears are bleeding, you need to get way, way, way smaller speakers and you need to turn the volume down, and not put your ear against the speakers-- that will reduce the chance of your ear drums bursting.
WHY DO PEOPLE EVEN LIKE DEATH METAL, YOU CAN'T UNDERSTAND THE LYRICS IT'S JUST RUHHHHHHGFDS J H H H HYAAAAHAHH
HYAAAAAAEEII I I AND TERRIFYING AS HECK, WHY CAN'T YOU SEE THIS IS GARBAGE, MY EARS ARE BLEEDING
Retribution is. my favorite
Without their first 2 classic albums, you don't really have a good picture of MC as a whole. Need to get with it, Pandora!
they do stay true to the roots of death metal, real death metal. what I like out of death metal bands I horns up to, are ones that continue to interest me. these guys are one.
These guys are death metal royalty. One of the bands to be a part of the original death metal movement.old school brutality!!!
Why do you need albums when you have a great app such as pandora
The most rock & metal stations on Pandora Radio!
kick a** death metal without compromise !!!!!! great at work too!!
66956817
stfu with your bs footbal crap, rick; stick that fball up your trap
football is mindless mainstream manipulation ; you are no metal man if you watch that moron show
don;t get it twisted- I like Malevolent Creation a ton, i do not however think they don;t get credit. they might get the credit they earned-thats my opinion. also- Go 9ERS!!!
I dissagree... i don't think Mal Creation are overratted,
listened to this sorely underrated death metal band since Eternal. I have all their albums and they have plenty of great death metal songs to choose from. Too bad they didn't get the recognition other death metal bands got defining the genre.
Pandora probably has no deal with Roadrunner when it comes to MC. Considering what money whores Roadrunner is I'm surprised.
wow.....real l y no ten commandments or retribution? one of these days pandora, one of these days! bang, zoom, straight to the moon
adam-boyle
good point about why dont they have the earlier s**t
I started listening to metal in the late 80's and going from mettalica n megadeth. Have to say that they are one of the bands that opened up the deathmetal scene barnone.
Why the hell don't they have their earlier s**t?
hal90007
One of the very few truly great US Death Metal bands with that classic late 80's/early 90's Florida style, along with Death and Morbid Angel. I am so happy to have discovered them, if rather late. I can't stand boring, endless cookie monster vocals, so I have very particular tastes...and this band delivers.
cilantrillo1 6
URANIUM253 U SUCK MALEVOLANT ONE OF THE MOST INFLUENCIAL DEATH METAL OF THE 90 S
arico.gabe
I can respect it, but it's not my thing. Definitely classic death metal, but I was looking for something with a newer sound like Sybreed. Good though.
U NEED TO CHECK OUT A FLORIDA BAND CALLED VOMIT SPAWN GREAT SHITE YA YA!
Like the chugging riffs combined with the razor storm riffs and the blast beats. Very good death metal.
AAAAAAAAAAAA H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H gotta disagree with ya vdecker! Those bands wouldnt exist without these guys! Bands like this paved the way for em!
i agree with satsui, they are dece. prob a big inspiration to my favs, but they just dont speak to me like all shall perish, between the buried and me, or necrophagist to name a few. just a lot of bands that are better these days.
Ten Commandments was by far their best album. Another band that was graced in Slayer's path.
A very, very UNDERRATED Death Metal Band.

THere good. Period.

If you like Napalm Death, Early Sepultura, Slayer....th e n you LIKE THIS BAND.

Bow down or have your head severed.
satsui
Not to offend the fans and I know everyone has different tastes, but I am not a huge fan of Malevolent. They put on an awesome live show though. They are a classic death metal band but I never really found a CD or song that just blew my mind away. To me, they're just an average death metal band who doesn't really seperate themselves from everyone.
TEN COMMANDMENTS ! T H E BEST THING 4 EARLY MORNING HANGOVERS.
Agrrrrrreeee e e d ! 10 Commandments please???? Not only a classic for Malevolent, a classic for the whole death metal genre!
Where is Retribution & The Ten Commandments ? Pandora needs to get theese albums on here. What the krunk??????? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? \m/
adaibloom
The Ten Commandments was one of the first death metal albums I bought back in its early period and I still listen to it. It is really astounding at how good it still sounds. Brutal, technical and bristling with the energy that captured the essence of the time. Early 90's death metal encapsulated perfectly.
tristanhi88
I think this bande is really great jewish metal made by some very speacial guys emmmmm I wonder if they are anti yawh or athiest communist; I wonder what there agenda is.They are very talented guys and there music pushes boundries.
Yeah...they need someone with abit more bass in their scream.
essseejay
well
I agree with Kenny (haha). Their vocalist is pretty weak. They would have a much more appealing sound without him, but the band is sick enough to make up for it.
these guys were azzholes back when i seen them in cleveland . but they are good but , come on , be metal heads or dead . life is good.
Doomsday X was a great Album, i kinda wish there vocalist was stronger BUT
its got mor ean oldschool feel its all good
majonkilley
Right back atcha, rat682; Hoffman was definitely one of the key players in MV's ever-changin g lineup...
10 commandments is a staple. Brett Hoffman rules.
majonkilley
And Derek Roddy is the sh*t!
majonkilley
My favorite Malevolent Creation album is still "The Fine Art of Murder". That, and "Eternal" should be on this list.

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