Order From Chaos - Crushed Infamy FLAC album
Title: Crushed Infamy
Style: Black Metal, Death Metal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1490 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1553 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1540 mb
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They are recognised as being an extremely influential group in the early US black metal scene, and served as a launching pad for its band members that went on to form such groups as Angelcorpse, Ares Kingdom, Revenge, Vulpecula, and Kerasphorus.
Album Name Crushed Infamy.
Songs: Webs of Perdition, Quietus, Crimes Against The State, Of Death And Dying, Blood And Thunder.
Album: Stillbirth Machine, Crushed Infamy.
BPM Profile Stillbirth Machine, Crushed Infamy. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
Crushed Infamy, an 18-minute demo tape from 1991, is tacked on at the end of this CD. Ironically, it features cleaner production and, at least in "Crimes Against the State," some memorable songwriting - something that is unfortunately a bit lacking throughout most of this disc. On the other hand, this disc will have its adherents among those enjoy especially raw, primitive metal, who are likely to consider the atmosphere and, again, the overall ugliness to be more important than catchy riffs or fancy musicianship.
The band recorded three demos: "Demo I" (January 1988), "Inhumanities" (July 1988) and "Crushed Infamy" (July 1989). The last, "Crushed Infamy", sold 1000 copies and gained the attention of Putrefaction Records, resulting in the "Will To Power" 7"EP, which was pressed in 1100 copies.
|A1||Webs Of Perdition|
|A3||Crimes Against The State|
|A4||Of Death And Dying|
|A5||Blood And Thunder|
- Recorded By – Studio 7
- Copyright (c) – Order From Chaos
- Artwork By – George Grosz
- Photography By – Yuri Katzmann
- Producer – Order From Chaos, Ron West
NotesRecorded Jan-Jul 1989 at Studio 7.
Original band release, color copied inlay and regular commercial tape with xeroxed DIY labels.
Handnumbered on inlay spine. Design different from the Wild Rags license pressing, same front artwork ("The Funeral Procession", George Grosz).
|none||Order From Chaos||Crushed Infamy (Cass, RE)||Wild Rags Records||none||US||1991|