Global Enslavement

by Massive Slavery

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View the official video for 'Humanity's Last Hope' on YouTube !

"Top 10 Albums of 2010" - WTF Metal Music (ca), Great Black North Radio (ca).

"The Breakthrough Metal Album of the Year"- Lords Of Metal (nl)

"For a bands first album, this is a serious piece of art on all levels. From musicianship to production level, no other “new band” can compete with this. Its brutal, fast and in some way the riffs and play style reminds me of Fear Factory. This album is just awesome in every way and this is a great band producing music that everyone can enjoy." Concrete Web (be) (93/100)

'Global Enslavement' is a revolutionary album in Modern Death Metal. It is a concept death metal album that explores some of the darkest parts of modern history; that caused the epic failures of our society today.

MASSIVE SLAVERY blend everything metal has to offer; like extreme aggression, speed and brutality, to devastating technical riffs and melody.

This supergroup was forged by ex-members of Quebec death metal bands: Paroxysm, Descend Into Nothingness, and Decrepity.

“Global Enslavement is an album that delivers a quintessential death metal experience. It combines a refreshingly unique mix of melodic, brutal and technical death metal. Bravo!” - Bravewords (8.5/10)

“Massive Slavery could be the successor of DESPISED ICON!” - Metal (de) (7/10)

“The band is practically as modern as they come. The once established boundaries between melodic death metal and technical death metal have become heavily blurred, even a few deathcore influences get thrown in.” - Metal Storm

Jon ‘The Prof’ St-Pierre - vocals,
Joel St-Amant -guitars
Marc-André Barrette - bass
P-A Mercier - drums (Decrepity)


released July 26, 2010

All music and lyrics written by Massive Slavery.

Produced by Yannick St-Amand at Northern Studio, QC in Jan. 2010.
Mixed and mastered by Pierre Rémillard at Wild Studio, QC in Feb. 2010.

Artwork and layout by Marie-Jeanne Lemieux (

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