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Malphas The 39th Spirit Nocturna

Malphas

The 39th Spirit

Nocturna

October 26, 2018

Album review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist Boston Rock Radio

Malphas is:

  Paul DeSanctis: vocals, guitar, symphonics

  Eric Dunleavy:guitars, backing vocals

  Damian DiFrancesco: drums

 

Malphas was formed in 2012 by Paul DeSanctis and Eric Dunleavy and later joined by Damian DiFrancesco in 2014. They have been making noise locally (Philadelphia) and nationally with their blend of progressive and blackened melodeath. The 39th Spirit is the follow up to 2015’s The Conjuring.

 

As stated in the promotional package The 39th Spirit is the story of man's corruption by Malphas in his quest to destroy the roots of organized religion. He forms a pact with Malphas- his life in exchange to lead Malphas’ armies against the church in the afterlife. But once the deed is done, by the album's conclusion, man must face the reality of what he's sacrificed and whether the world he's created is actually a better place than it was before.” On to the music.

 

I particularly like the darkened flavor of “Spells of Destruction” with the insidious vocals and rather galloping rhythmic tones of the drums and guitar. This is the type of music that deserves to be played in an amphitheater. You can actually feel the bedlam ensue in “Heavens Fall I: Condemnation”, chaos coming down on earth. Bloody excellent musicianship. The final fall eclipses in “Heavens Fall II: The Aftermath,” the world in ruins bleeding out its black ether.

 

https://www.facebook.com/malphasband/

https://malphas94.bandcamp.com/releases

 

The Conjuring full EP:

https://youtu.be/824lFMMj_HI

 

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