CRYOGENIC IMPLOSION "Creation Of The New World" 2011
/Metal Scrap Records / A5 Production/

1.Kick-off (Intro) 01:18
2.Delete Humanity 04:37
3.Collector of dead souls 03:41
4.Behind a life side 04:11
5.Rev.6:13-14 01:44
6.Creation of the new world 03:58
7.Madness of eternity 03:32
8.Mechanization of heavenly light 03:31
Total playing time: 26:33 

Death metal can be so many different things; Cannibal Corpse gore, Morbid Angel esoteric or just plain melodeath. Cryogenic Implosion represent a fourth variation ; the technical one. I’m no big fan of overly technical metal. I often get lost in all the wizardry to the extent that I loose interest. And although I can appreciate the skill I prefer my music simple and straight forward. But as with anything there are exceptions. While not being technical to the point of ridiculous Cryogenic Implosion makes me think of Polish Decapitated or Hate. Bands that have no problem with cramming a thousand notes into one song. I must say that I surprised myself by liking this as much as I do. Perhaps that is because Cryogenic Implosion aren’t too technical. I have no problem following their music. And that makes it easier to like it. And like it I do.

Anders (

It does not matter where you are. It is important what you do. Cryogenic Implosion band is based in the Chernovtsy city (Ukraine), but this fact did not have any negative impact on the quality of their music. Opposite approach the citizens of the yellow-blue country flag more than just a professional. The sound of instruments, vocals, composing skills, design of the disc - all these components are at the highest level. Yes the band kept the framework of the style, but technical death metal is so broad that there's plenty of room! The abundance of monstrous riffs, warm and energetic solos, completely crazy rhythm section - all that are waiting for someone who’d interested in this album. Full sound, relatively soft, so fans of other genres can not be afraid for their ears. Growl is powerful, hollow, no compromises. Instrumental sketch is also good. So, what do we have? In Ukraine there is a band with not yielding level of technicality to such masters as Gorod (France) & Obscura (Germany). Surprised and delighted!

Vadim Klimov /Rockcor #6, 2011/

Starting by rhythmically measured, severe moderate and very simple guitar melody, a kind of intro to the next song the band raises the level of rigidity sounding.
All starts with a fast and cruel, like a knife cutting the live flesh in the hands of a professional, "such Cannibal Corpse" riffs that suddenly replaced by measured and technical, the cleanest technical-death. Vocal appears somewhere between that and consist to the music. At the end of songs, not for long, appear dark keys. With the deepening of the material at the CD, the drums still knock, guitar cutting out "death" riffs and vocal - spread malicious plague on top of all this material. Moderately severe, sometimes with a beautiful solo, still beyond the edge of brutal death metal, the album leaves a special impression. Like a shot. Felt for a moment, a bullet left only a bleeding wound and a trace of gunpowder on the skin. Such is here.
The fifth song is acoustic. It’s much unexpected to hear something like that from death band. Although after the first song I already was sure to wait from the guys something such unusual.
Then continue slashing in a good way, sometimes somewhere of course there are much unexpected and interesting elements for this genre of music is absolutely not typical.
In general, the band has not done anything original and just absorbed the music of other, more famous brutal and technical bands and added some of their own elements that go beyond the genre & just made a good album. But after all, album remembered by something and stands out from the throng, each day appearing all over the world, death metal releases. The musicians were able to pick up "their" sound, so I think that after the number of listening to the album, it can be easily found.

Grimmsberg (HeavyMusic.Ru)

Cryogenic Implosion - Creation Of The New WorldRamon: “You don’t mess with mother nature, mother in laws, or mother freaking Ukrainians”. A vivid quote from the movie ‘The Italian Job’, which our colleague Evil Dr. Smith naturally only knows by its parody version. And the fact that bands from Ukraine can be taken seriously more and more, needs no further elucidation. As the biggest country that lies within Europe in its entirety it becomes harder and harder to overlook. It is more than just the country of Victoria Koblenko and Chernobyl. It is also a country with an ever growing death metal population. And they “blow the stars from the skies like a fig tree drops its fruits when it is shaken by a strong wind” (interpretation of Revelations 6:13, a song featured on this disk). I can’t tell you the exact history of the band, as these novices don’t deliver me any information about that. I do see that they released two demos, in 2008 and 2010. The band in the setting of this album consists of three guys, but they do everything in their powers to deliver enough energy to fill that up. There are no unnecessary gaps.
Bassist Lem8r plays on a six string bass, which is usually an indication that some form of mathematical approach is applied in the music. Or at least a theoretical foundation is there in a band. I read that he was replaced in May of this year (I write this in November 2011 still). And some time before that a second guitarist is added to the formation. The band plays quite tight death metal, with some surprising elements every now and then. The vocals are very low and they stay like that all the time. The production is a bit cold and even a bit clinical, which makes me suspect that the recording process took a take or two too long. Good intentions may smother in everlasting repetitive obligations. But with that on the side this trio delivers a fairly nice debut, which I am sure should be able to raise some hands in local clubs. Or to put it in their own words: “True Metalheads are always stay with Underground”.

Rating: 67/100
Ramon (

Okay, auch in der Ukraine scheint man von Morbid Angel und Behemoth Notiz genommen zu haben. CRYOGENIC IMPLOSION fordern die Tantiemen-Eintreiber im Intro stark heraus, doch agieren im weiteren Verlauf eher klassisch und stark thrashig, auch wenn man sich vom Death Metal-Bereich nicht losen kann bzw. mochte. Auffallig ist der aktive, knackige Basssound, den man so im Todesmetallsektor nicht spielt. Gesanglich geht alles in Ordnung, auch wenn man die Glanzmomente vermisst. Es uberwiegt das tiefe Grunzen der alten Schule. Wie so oft aus der Ukraine vermisst man eine richtig druckvolle Produktion, doch wird es wohl auch an den richtigen Studios bzw. Nerds oder einfach am mangelnden Geld liegen. Im internationalen Vergleich gehen die Jungs im Mittelfeld jedenfalls unter, denn die Song-Ideen sind zwar ganz gut, doch fehlt meistens das gewisse Etwas, was manch einer auch ganz einfach als Eier bezeichnet. Zu viel gedacht, ist weniger gelacht. (DJ)

8 Punkte

Cryogenic  Implosion  are  a  band  from  Ukraine  that  plays  a  very  brutal  form  of  death  metal  and  this  is  a  review  of  their  2011  album  "Creation  Of  The  New  World"  which  was  released  by  Metal  Scrap  Records.
Drums  range  from  slow,  mid  paced    to  fast  drumming  with  a  great  amount  of  brutal  sounding  blast  beats  being  thrown  into  the  music,  while  the  bass  playing  has  a  very  strong  and  powerful  tone  with  heavy  riffing  that  dominates  throughout  the  recording,  as  for  the synths which  are  only  utilized  briefly  they  bring  a  very  dark  and  symphonic  sound  to  the  music.
Rhythm  guitars  range  from  slow,  mid  paced  to  fast  death  metal  riffs  that  are  very  heavy  and  brutal  sounding  with  a  great  amount  of  harmonics  being  thrown  into  the  music  and  there  are  little  to  no  guitar  solos  or  leads  present  on  this  recording,  as  for  the  classical  guitars  when  they  are  utilized  on  the  recording  they  use  finger  picking  to  enhance  the  darkness  of  the  music.
Vocals  are  all  deep  death  metal  growls,  while  the  lyrics  cover  world  degradation,  war  and  darkness,  as  for  the  production  it  has  a  very  strong,  powerful,  heavy  and  professional  sound  to  it  and  you  can  hear  all  of  the  musical  instruments  that  are  present  on  this  recording.
In  my  opinion  Cryogenic  Implosion  are  a  very  great  sounding  brutal death  metal  band  that  is  not  a  carbon  copy  of  other  bands  in  this  genre  and  if  you  are  a  fan  of  this  style  of  music,  you  should  check  out  this  band. RECOMMENDED  TRACKS  INCLUDE  "Delete  Humanity"  "Creation  Of  The  New  World"  and  "Mechanization  Of  The  Light".  RECOMMENDED  BUY.

OccultBlackMetal (The True Bringer Of Death Zine)

I have reviewed these guys' 2008 demo a couple of years ago and I was pretty fond of their work back then, a combination of new with old fashioned Death Metal. This is their debut album, and they still keep their style intact, meaning a fat sounding old-school Death Metal with elements from the nowadays Technical and Brutal Death Metal scenes. This is a quite well executed music with excellent sound, but unfortunately for me it doesn't do anything as besides the low, guttural and somehow dark vocals the instruments are more focused on building intricate passages than on curdling a brutal atmosphere around this album. This is recommended for the ones of you in search for Technical Death Metal but not the kind used nowadays, the over-complicated one, but rather a more aired, easier to follow one.


Adrian (Slowly We Rot Fanzine /

Technical Death metal is what this Ukranian band offered to us, I must say that I surprised myself by listening this awesome CD, you will find a little bit of early Grave influences, this CD includes 8 tracks, Old school metalheads get this, and for the new generation experience a piece of brutal art, this band is for sure important for the metal scene... The band has been based in winter 2007 Chernovtsy, Ukraine. The musical trend of the group is based on technical, moderate death metal with juicy and deep growl. Great solos and brutal drums, really a great debut from this band, released on Metal Scrap Records, this is my new favorite technical death metal band. If you're reading this go and find this cd. One of the most brutal release of 2011!! In general, play this album and bang your fucking head until you die!!!!

Paul Caravasi (Aquelarre Zine)


Debiutancki krazek poprzedzony dwoma demowkami raczej nie powala na kolana. Prawde mowiac jest to kasek raczej dla osob przepadajacych za bardziej „technicznym” obliczem Death Metalu. Ja w tym temacie slysze raczej zimna kalkulacje, matematyczne granie- zamiast Metalowej zawieruchy. Dlatego tez nie dociera do mnie to co tworzy CRYOGENIC IMPLOSION. Ekstremalne growle, ciezkie jak Diabel przykazal wiosla, sprawny perkusista to jednak nie wszystko. Fajne motywy, jak juz sie pojawiaja to na krotko, czego przykladem niech bedzie Thrashujacy fragment w „Behind A Life Side”, zniszczony po paru chwilach przez bezsensowna lupanke.  Niespodzianka jest za to akustyczny „Rev.6:13- 14”- fajne urozmaicenie. No dobrze, napisalem juz wystarczajaco duzo o plusach tego materialu, jednak gore bierze teza, iz za duzo tu kombinatorstwa.

R'Lyeh #10


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