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AUTOPSY "Acts Of The Unspeakable" [12" LP, Gatefold]

Death Metal from United States
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Record Label : Peaceville
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Californian gore metallers Autopsy burst onto the scene in 1988 with almost immediate infamy. Frontman Chris Reifert was already a well known force on the underground through his time as drummer with Florida's highly respected metal combo, Death. After playing drums on the band's debut album, the much acclaimed 'Scream Bloody Gore', Chris moved back west to the more open climate of San Francisco and together with Danny Coralles & Eric Cutler formed Autopsy. The partnership kicked off in April 1989 with their debut album 'Severed Survival', a brutal explosion of heavy riffs, tight drumming and a screaming vocal, rounded off with concepts of death, disease and diabolica. A successful European tour with label mates and rising stars 'Paradise Lost' saw the band solidify their ever-growing army of devotees.
Their third album, the highly controversial 'Acts Of The Unspeakable' surfaced in Oct '92 to widespread delight and fury. The press and fans adored the album, with artwork & lyrics loosely mirroring concepts similar to Hieronymous Bosch. The authorities didn't quite see things in the same way as copies of the album & T-Shirts (based on album artwork) were seized the world over. This only added to the reputation of the band with 'Acts' being lauded as the definitive Autopsy album.

The classic third album of death metal from Autopsy on limited yellow vinyl with gatefold sleeve. Numbered to 2000 copies.

Side 1.

Necrocannibalistic Vomitorium
Your Rotting Face
Blackness Within
An Act Of The Unspeakable
Frozen With Fear
Spinal Extractions
Death Twitch

Side 2

Pus / Rot
Battery Acid Enema
Tortured Moans Of Agony
Ugliness & Secretions
Orgy In Excrements
Walls Of The Coffin

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