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Three Nails of Fate

by Divination

Death Metal with touches of Black Metal, Old School Thrash, and Hardcore
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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1. God's End
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2. Three Nails of Fate
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3. Fallen Victim
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4. Diminished Reality
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5. Enter Disease
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6. Illusionary Man
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7. Torment of the Living Dead
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8. A World Once Lived
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Album Notes
Divination was formed in Reading, Pennsylvania in 1995. The current lineup is Matt McCullough (vocals), John Scherrer (drums), Jason Denunzio (guitar), Chuck Lazarz (guitar), and Scott Davis (bass).

Three Nails of Fate, their new release on DRP Records is the long awaited followup to 1999's "Obsessed,"   Bulldozing ahead and showing leaps and bounds of growth in the song writing and performance capabilities. Three Nails... features some of the most brutal death metal, currently alive and well in the underground. Fusing a wide range of influences from the dark side of metal and old school thrash and hardcore. Divination eliminates many of the boring, drawn out, tired metal solos and give you a stripped down, straight for the jugular slashing.
Other CD releases include the DRP Records "Gimme the Medicine" compilation (2001) and "Gimme the Medicine 2" compilation (2003).

Divination have held their own sharing stages along the East Coast with Broken Hope, Crisis, Voi-Vod, Pro-Pain, Six Feet Under, Deceased, Immolation, Burnt by the Sun, Total Fucking Destruction, Nuclear Assault, and Insatanity. Divination is constantly striving push death metal to the next level and "Three Nails of Fate" proves this.
Look for Divination in 2004 to expand on the globe of undergound metal.


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Dave Zimmerman

What's he saying?
The riffs are crushing, the drumming is good enough, the production and song writing are completely top notch! The only thing holding this CD back from being a classic is a more innovative drummer to catch up to the guitarwork and a singer that pronouces his words clearer. Compared to 6 feet under ans suffication, it's just as good. If you like death metal , get THIS CD!!!


Killer brutal death metal! Only complaint is no guitar leads. What's up with that? Put some leads on the next one and you'll rule!!


The cd kicked major a$$.But I don't like the band.Just the cd

Andy Thomas

Best Death Metal singer ever!!!
I got this Cd at the singer's farewell performance. Divination played with 14 other bands that day at the festival and Divination was the best. I bought the CD and listen to it every day. Matt, the singer, sounds like nothing I have EVER heard. The Cd is kick ass from beginning to end and it's brutal.

G Dubb

Great tunes
Brutal CD, great vox, loud guitar, and stellar production. The last cut, World Once Lived, is the best. Saw these guys in Jersey somewhere. Great music, but what a cock for a drummer.


if you want metal, here it is....
Three Nails of Fate is one amazing CD containing all the metal one can handle. My favorite track is Gods End, the opener. It gives the listener a shot of metal right in your face leaving you wanting more.

Leigh Ann

This album was completely kick-ass! I could listen to the CD everyday and never get sick of it. They are amazingly tight and very skilled song writers.