Fleshgod Apocalypse Songs Ranked

Fleshgod Apocalypse is an Italian symphonic death metal band. Formed in 2007, the group resides in Perugia and is currently signed to Nuclear Blast. They have released five full-length albums, most recently Veleno in 2019. Fleshgod Apocalypse was formed in April 2007 by Francesco Paoli (formerly frontman of the band Hour of Penance). They recorded their first demo, Promo ’07, at 16th Cellar Studio, in Rome, with producer Stefano “Saul” Morabito, releasing it shortly after. The demo was re-released the following year on a split CD with fellow Italian bands Septycal Gorge, Modus Delicti, and Onirik. Fleshgod Apocalypse then signed to Neurotic Records. In early 2008 the band toured Europe, supporting bands like Behemoth, Origin, Dying Fetus, Hate Eternal, Suffocation, Napalm Death, and many more. Here are all of Fleshgod Apocalypse songs ranked.

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10. The Fool (King, 2016)

“King is truly the band’s Magnum Opus. The band’s first two efforts are some of my all time favorite death metal albums, and King is easily the band’s best work. The songs are all so grand and epic.”

9. The Deceit (Agony, 2011)

“The classical aspect continues throughout the album and is mixed really well. The music as far as the metal goes is sick death metal, the blasts, riffing and vocals are why I sort through mountains of weak pretentious nonsense, show after show its usually watered down wanna be metal with out the heart or dedication.”

8. Kingborn (Labyrinth 2013)

“Right from the first track “Kingborn” they hit you with the operatic vocals, lush symphonic movements that wash over you in waves.”

FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE | Labyrinth - Nuclear Blast

7. The Betrayal (Agony, 2011)

“The production value is insane. For how much is going on here, I applaud them for being able to capture and showcase all of the musicianship that goes on at any given time. Speaking of musicianship, this album is a treat to listen to, especially in the drum department.”

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6. The Forsaking (Agony, 2011)

“The song structures are clearly written as a whole work, with no one component being less or more important than another. Some bands use orchestras in their music for interludes or to accent a certain part of a song; The orchestra in this album is an integral component of every song throughout every moment of this album – it is entirely part of the music.”

5. Minotaur (Labyrinth, 2013)

“By the time you get to the second track “Minotaur” you are start thinking this shit is serious, this is metal that will be talked about 25 years from now, this will join the pantheon of epic metal recordings we hail today as genius.”

FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE | Labyrinth - Nuclear Blast

4. Elegy (Labyrinth 2013)

“This album is incredible, not only because of the symphonic elements, but the musicianship that these guys illustrate is incredible. Don’t believe when others say the symphonic elements overpower the bands contributions, because that’s not true. They mesh nicely, in a very sophisticated fashion. Francesco Paoli’s drumming really stands out on this album for me.”

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3. The Hypocrisy (Agony, 2011)

“They’re frenetic pace combined with soaring orchestral music flowing steadily throughout the music gives a fresh sound and unique look on a style of music that some folks may have considered ‘done already’. I cannot pick a favorite song on Agony because they’re all VERY good. They have such an amazing sound.”

2. The Egoism (Agony, 2011)

“Elements of brutal death metal, such as crushing riffs, pounding drums and growls, meld with soaring symphonic melodies and precision technicality to create one of the most satisfying albums of the year! With incredible musicianship..from ultra-fast drum beats that absolutely never stop, to symphonic structures that rival that of movie score composers, Fleshgod Apocalypse provide a listening experience few bands can produce.”

FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE | Agony - Nuclear Blast

1. The Violation (Agony, 2011)

“This is probably one of my favorite albums now, and I’m usually very picky when it comes to death metal. If you aren’t convinced, just go to youtube and watch their latest video, “The Violation”, and do yourself a favor and listen to it in HD and with nice speakers, it’s completely worth it.”