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Open The Abcess - Exhumed - Gore Metal - A Necrospective 1998​-​2015

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  1. Long story short, the dudes in Exhumed thought the original “Gore Metal” sounded like shit, so they gave it the rerecording makeover, and that’s where “Gore Metal: A Necrospective” comes in. I’m not too fond of this ideology, but Exhumed gives the rerecording art a little bit of justice.
  2. Includes the original version & re-recorded () version album. Identifiers: Barcode: 7 5 CD 1: Matrix / Runout: CDR 01 12/22/ PM #
  3. Gore Metal - A Necrospective by Exhumed, released 10 February 1. Necromaniac 2. Open The Abscess 3. Postmortem Procedures 4. Limb From Limb 5. Enucleation 6. Casketkrusher 7. Deathmask 8. In My Human Slaughterhouse 9. Sepulchral Slaughter Vagitarian II Blazing Corpse Deadest Of The Dead Originally released in EXHUMED's now-classic debut full-length 'Gore.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Gore Metal - Exhumed on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Gore Metal - Exhumed on AllMusic - Open the Abscess. Matt Harvey. Exhumed. Amazon: 3: Postmortem Procedures. Matt Harvey. Exhumed. Amazon: 4: Limb from Limb.
  5. Originally released in EXHUMED's now-classic debut full-length 'Gore Metal' was a boundary pushing album of absolutely filthy grinding death-metal. Everything about it was over the top--lightning fast speed, blazing guitars, b-movie slasher-film inspired lyrics, disgusting album artwork, etc etc. This was a record that made Carcass look PG.
  6. Gore Metal, an album by Exhumed on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  7. With the re-unveiling of EXHUMED's now-iconic full-length, Gore Metal: A Necrospective: - , now just one month away, today the gatekeepers atAuthor: Mitchell Wells.

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