Track 8 taken from the 1988 Teutonic Invasion II compilation, produced by Pestilence. Tracks 4 & 10 from the 1988 Malleus Maleficarum debut. Martin van Drunen: vocals/bass Patrick Mameli: lead guitar Randy Meinhard: guitar Marco Foddis: drums. Tracks 1, 3 & 6 from the 1989 Consuming Impulse album. Martin van Drunen: vocals/bass Patrick Mameli: lead guitar Patrick Uterwijk: guitar Marco Foddis: drums. Tracks 2, 7 & 9 from the 1991 Testimony of the Ancients album
Spheres is the fourth album by Dutch death metal band Pestilence, released in 1993. It was their final album before a 14-year hiatus from 1994 to 2008. Decibel rated it positively, appreciating the "ear-candy at every turn" and the superb bass frets
ALBUM, TITLE: Reflections Of The Mind. Release year, date: 2016. COUNTRY: Netherlands.
Mind Reflections" is a compilation album by Dutch progressive death metal act Pestilence. The compilation was released through Roadrunner Records in 1994. Pestilence were formed in 1986, released two demos in 1987, and their debut full-length studio album "Malleus Maleficarum" in 1988. Pestilence reunited again in 2008 and began releasing studio albums again, so if "Mind Reflections" was originally meant to mark the end of the bandīs career, it doesnīt anymore. Upon conclusion Iīve listened to both better and worse compilation albums, and this one sits in the middle, with both some good track selections from the various studio albums, but also a relatively uninteresting rarity track, and some not very well sounding live tracks.
Mind Reflections Lyrics. Unconscious, conscious Your mind is trapped, your body is free A senseless life in silence Your eyes are closed, yet you see. Within your personal world you see A realization of what could be my soul Or is it just my fantasy? A timeless world unreal. Reach out for all you can not feel Things you have seen at places that you have never been Invision what turns out to be a part of life's history Flashbacks of things to come Past and future are one. Mind reflections Mind reflections. Roam into the nowhere of pleasure Behold through your inner eyes.
the flourishing melodicism that both infiltrated and broke 1991's Testimony of the Ancients wide open of any compositional shackles; and the restrained grooves of "Mind Reflections" and ambient experiments of "Voices from Within" parlayed the "anything goes" attitude behind 1993's eclectic but often misunderstood Spheres