• Egzegeza europejskiego puklerza

    25. Jul. 2015, 8:59 von YesterdaysRain

    Nic nie poradzę na to,
    Że Europa to nasz drugi tato
    Wojowniku Poprawności,
    Na widok targanej przez Ciebie Europy świętości,
    Dostaje palpitacji i ogromnych mdłości
    Ośmieszasz Europę mówiąc w jej imieniu,
    Winien jesteś zjeść tuzin twardych kamieniów,
    Ty stawiasz znak równości
    Pomiędzy Unią i Europą,
    Nie widząc w tym żadnych nieścisłości,
    Emanujesz ino głupotą
  • Jak nie wiesz co robić, licz deltę {czarymary 1.0}

    19. Jul. 2015, 20:57 von YesterdaysRain

    Zaczęli niepozornie - od wolnego handlu
    By gwałtem wcielać do Eurolandu
    Suwerena niesłusznie opluwają -
    Swoją koncepcję państwa narzucają
    Biją po głowie Pałą Poprawności
    Wolną miłością gruchoczą kości
    Odrosty marksizmu są już w gotowości
    Oni wyrzekli się Przeszłości
    Oni wyrzekli się Przeszłości
    Gender to nauka - trąbią w niebogłosy
    Uczciwym ludziom dęba stają włosy
    MetallicaLana Del ReyRadioheadMuse
  • DISS NA SOCJALIZM II (PROLOG)

    23. Jan. 2015, 20:28 von YesterdaysRain

    Kiedy Marks z Engelsem
    Manifest pisali
    Niejedną flaszę wódki
    zaanektowali...
    To, wszak, tłumaczy,
    dlaczego stronice tegoż "Dzieła"
    nie są aprobowane przez Badacza,
    za to lud chętnie z nich korzysta
    podczas wizytacji SR A C Z A!
    Ów Manifest -
    fasetowany, niczym kamień drogocenny,
    dziś jest przyczyną świata
    gehenny!...
  • DISS NA SOCJALIZM I

    22. Jan. 2015, 0:31 von YesterdaysRain

    Każdy był kiedyś socjalistą
    Będąc w podstawówce żem tego liznął -
    Był to smak cierpki z kloacznym polotem...
    Nigdy nie będę socjalistą z powrotem!
    Socjalizm jest historii klamotem -
    Dziś lirycznie besztam go z błotem
    Skończ udawać Donkiszota -
    Socjalizm - głupoty zygota!

    Burzum
    Honor
    Metallica
    Katy Perry
    SlayerMegadeth
    Mayhem
    Luxtorpeda
    Coma
    Radiohead
    Rise Against
    Behemoth
    Lana Del Rey
  • vader

    9. Feb. 2013, 1:12 von deadgaz

    Fri 8 Feb – Back to the Black Tour 2013just got back vader was awesome so was aborted i missed the first two bands i was"nt impressed with bonded by blood apart from them the main two were sic
  • Extreme Noise Terror

    21. Nov. 2011, 15:41 von adradradr

    Extreme Noise Terror (often abbreviated to ENT) are a British crust punk / grindcore band originally formed in Ipswich, England in 1985. The band are widely considered one of the earliest and most influential European grindcore bands,[1][2] and particularly the forefathers of the crustgrind subgenre.[3]
    Notable for one of the earliest uses of dual vocalists in hardcore punk,[3] and for recording a number of sessions for BBC Radio 1 DJ John Peel, Extreme Noise Terror started as a crust punk band and helped characterise the early, archetypal grindcore sound with fiercely political lyrics, grinding guitars, extremely fast tempo and often very short songs.
    Biography

    [edit]Early years
    Extreme Noise Terror were formed in early 1985 in Ipswich, England, originally consisting of dual vocalists Dean Jones and Phil Vane, guitarist Pete Hurley, bassist Jerry Clay and drummer Pig Killer.[4] Prior to ENT, Vane and Hurley had played with Discharge-influenced acts Freestate and Victims of War,[1] whilst Jones had been singing with Raw Noise.[3] Hurley claims that the band name came from an insert for an album by the Dutch band Lärm: "It featured a bandanna-ed hardcore kid with 'Extreme Noise Terror' surrounding him. Those three words summed up exactly what we were aiming at."[1] Aside from Discharge, the band cite as early influences Anti Cimex, Rattus and Antisect, another early proponent of the "one high, one low" vocal approach.[3] ENT signed to the small UK-based indie label Manic Ears after a solitary gig supporting fellow UK punks Chaos UK.[1] Their first release for the label was a split LP with Chaos UK in 1986, entitled Radioactive Earslaughter. Although there were still musical similarities between the two bands, ENT were already beginning to twist hardcore into what would later become known as "grindcore". ENT have however expressed misgivings about the use of the term:
    “We were known as hardcore punk. Then it became this 'Britcore' thing that Sounds and NME came up with, with the Electro Hippies, Napalm, Carcass and Bolt Thrower all rolled into one, all playing the same shows and then [Napalm Death] made the word 'grind' up. But they were always a bit more metal than us and we didn't really know what this word 'grind' meant.[3]”
    In 1987, ENT came to the attention of John Peel, on the recommendation of fellow Ipswich group The Stupids.[5] After seeing them live at the Caribbean Centre in Ipswich with his wife and son,[5] Peel offered them their first (of four) Peel Session for BBC Radio 1,[6] which was released through Strange Fruit.[2] A second Peel Session was recorded the following May.[7] During this period, the drum stool was filled by former Napalm Death drummer Mick Harris, although he left soon afterward to form Scorn and was replaced by Tony "Stick" Dickens (of crust band Doom). Bassist Clay was replaced by Mark Gardener,[8] and this line-up recorded ENT's debut album, A Holocaust in Your Head, which was later voted number 3 in Terrorizer's essential European grindcore albums, who described it as "marrying a thick crust-punk crunch and vitriolic lyrical assault with the newborn, clattering fury of grindcore, 'Holocaust...' followed Napalm's heroic uppercuts and haymakers with a Doc Martin in the goolies."[9] The band undertook a headline tour of both Europe and Japan in support of the album. In 1990, Jones and future ENT guitarist Ali Firouzbakht guested on Raw Noise's "Sound of Destruction" single release,[8] and bassist Gardener was replaced by Peter Nash from the band Doom.[2]
    [edit]Collaboration with the KLF

    The KLF vs Extreme Noise Terror - "3 a.m. Eternal (TOTP Version)"

    The thrash metal version of "3 a.m. Eternal", intended for The Black Room.
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    On their return from Japan, ENT were invited to perform their third Peel Session,[10] which was released along with their first as a full-length LP by Strange Fruit. The band then embarked on another European tour, after which they released their sophomore record, Phonophobia, through Vinyl Japan and returned to tour Japan once again. Further radio support from John Peel brought ENT to the attention of Bill Drummond of The KLF;[8] the two acts got in touch and Drummond asked ENT to re-record a version of KLF's hit single "3 a.m. Eternal", with the intention of the band performing live on Top of the Pops at Christmas.[2] The BBC, however, felt that the song was inappropriate for broadcast on daytime television and thus refused to air the track, leading to the KLF boycotting the show.[11] The single eventually saw limited edition release through KLF Communications and won Single of the Week from both the NME and Melody Maker. ENT also worked on the abandoned KLF album The Black Room (the KLF had previously released an ambient album called The White Room), but when Drummond and KLF co-member Jimmy Cauty announced the band's retirement, they also deleted the recordings.[11] When asked how the collaboration came about, Jones said: "What actually happened was that Bill heard us on Peel when he was in the bath and got in touch. They had wanted to do rock versions of their songs with Motörhead but something fell through, so he rang us... The message said it's Bill from The KLF, but I thought they said 'the ALF' so I didn't take much notice... Later, we got another message saying it was definitely Bill from The KLF and I said 'f--- off! What does he want with us?' But it all got explained eventually."[12] The two bands were later asked to appear at the 1992 BRIT Awards, at which they caused controversy by firing blanks from machine guns into the audience,[2][8] a performance that the NME listed at number 4 in their "top 100 rock moments".[13]
    [edit]Retro-bution, Vane's departure and subsequent albums
    Extreme Noise Terror continued to tour throughout 1993 and 1994, and underwent further line-up changes; drummer Dickens left to join DIRT and was replaced by former member Pig Killer, Lee Barrett (founder of Candlelight Records and also member of Disgust) took over on bass, and Ali Firouzbakht joined on lead guitar. At the request of Digby Pearson, this line-up signed to Earache in June 1994 and recorded Retro-bution, essentially a compilation of re-recorded material from the band's earlier days, which was released in January 1995. The motivation behind this release was due to the band's dissatisfaction with their earlier recordings and saw ENT take a slightly more metal direction, including the addition of some guitar solos.[14] A short UK tour followed, followed by touring in Europe and the US and a further line-up change occurred with Pig Killer being replaced by former Cradle of Filth drummer William A. "Was" Sarginson. The line-up changes continued with the departure of founder member Phil Vane, who left to join Napalm Death in late 1996.[8] In an example of trading places, Napalm Death frontman Mark "Barney" Greenway agreed to join ENT during the recording of their next album, Damage 381. The album, whose title comes from the BPM recorded on the title track, saw ENT moving further into death metal territory, reincorporating some of the blast beats and screamed vocals that had been missing from their previous two releases.[15] The album also benefited from a production from noted metal producer Colin Richardson. At the same time Napalm Death were having a hard time getting the vocals that they wanted from Vane and asked Greenway to return, which he agreed to do, leaving ENT once again lacking a second vocalist.[15] Vane subsequently returned to the band in 1997.
    Further line-up changes occurred in 1999, with Vane once again departing to be replaced by Adam Catchpole, Sarginson being replaced by Zac O'Neil, and former Cradle of Filth member Gian Pyres joining on lead guitar.[16] In 2001, the band signed to Candlelight and released their fourth full-length album, Being and Nothing. The band also played a fourth session for BBC Radio 1 in February 2001[17] and continued to tour round Europe, including a slot on the main stage at Wacken Open Air in 2003.[18]
    [edit]Recent activity
    Ever struggling with line-up problems, Paul "Woody" Woodfield took over on lead guitar for studio and live duties in early 2001, whilst Stafford Glover took over on bass (from the departing Barrett, who left to concentrate on To-Mera) and Desecration's Ollie Jones was added to the line-up as permanent second guitarist.[19] In early 2006, Phil Vane once again returned to the band after living in Switzerland for six and a half years.[20] Zac O'Neil also leftd the band, to be replaced by Mic Hourihan (of Tigertailz). In 2007, ENT toured the US with grind merchants Phobia and released a split recording with Driller Killer through French label Osmose. The following year the band released a split 7" with Trap Them (released on Deathwish Inc.) to coincide with their joint US West Coast Distortion tour,[8][19] which culminated at the 2008 Los Angeles Murderfest. In amongst playing shows worldwide, including Indonesia, Russia, Hungary, Slovenia, Romania, Finland, Germany, Estonia and at the Obscene Extreme Festival in the Czech Republic, ENT recorded their next album, Law of Retaliation which was released in early 2009 by Osmose in Europe, MCR Company in Japan, and Deep Six Records in the US. Terrorizer described it as "a rabid, intense and gleeful return to explosive, hyper-speed hardcore punk insanity".[21] The band continued to tour with shows throughout 2009 in Europe and a third Japanese tour, this time with Slang.[16] Though still fiercely political, in recent years the band has become more open-minded regarding some of their beliefs, especially concerning vegetarianism, and the use of drugs and alcohol. Jones commented:
    “I think now it's more acceptable not being vegetarian, being PC, admitting that you like having sex, because at one point with the likes of Profane Existence [anarchist punk fanzine] and Maximumrockandroll [legendary punk zine, infamous for scene policing[clarification needed]], and I hate to say it, but it felt like some sort of restrictive Nazi regime. You have to be like this to be crust. Which to me was the total opposite to what it should be. I stayed with my beliefs, but I didn't like being told what to do to fit in with the audience [...] But now, the progression is more to do with that the fact that everyone is doing what they want, whether it's drink, drugs, sex. So yes, it has progressed.[3]”
    In later years, Vane was the only vegetarian member of the band, and ENT no longer played pro-vegetarian songs like "Murder", although songs like "Think About It" (which questions the meat industry) remained in their set-list.[20]
    On February 17, 2011, Phil Vane died due to a cerebrovascular accident in his sleep at the age of 46.[22]
    [edit]Members

    [edit]Current line-up
    Dean Jones (vocals, 1985–present)
    Chino (guitar, 2010–present)
    Ollie Jones (guitar, 2002–present)
    Stafford Glover (bass, 2001–present)
    Zac O'Neil (drums, 1997–2007, 2010–present)
    [edit]Former members
    Spit (vocals, 1989)
    Mark "Barney" Greenway (vocals, 1996–1997)
    Adam Catchpole (vocals, 2000–2006)
    Jose Kurt (vocals)
    Phil Vane (vocals, 1985–1996, 1997–1999, 2006–2011) (deceased)
    Pete Hurley (guitar, 1985–1995)
    Gian Pyres (guitar)
    Ali Firouzbakht (Al Todd) (guitar, 1995–2005)
    Paul "Woody" Woodfield (guitar, 2001–2010)
    Jerry Clay (bass, 1985–1988)
    Mark Gardener (bass, 1988-1988)
    Peter (Doom) Nash (bass, 1988–1989)
    Mark Bailey (bass, 1990–1994)
    Lee Barrett (bass, 1994–1997)
    Manny Cooke (bass, 1997–2001)
    Darren "Pig Killer" Olley (drums, 1985–1987, 1993–1995)
    Mick Harris (drums, 1987–1988)
    Tony "Stick" Dickens (drums, 1988–1993)
    William A. "Was" Sarginson (drums, 1995–1997)
    Michael Hourihan (drums, 2007–2010)
    [edit]Discography

    Radioactive Earslaughter split LP with Chaos UK (Manic Ears, 1986)
    The Peel Session 12" MLP (Strange Fruit, 1987)
    A Holocaust in Your Head LP (Head Eruption, 1988)
    Are You That Desperate live EP (Crust, 1989)
    In It For Life split LP with Filthkick (Sink Below, 1989)
    The Peel Sessions '87-'90 CD/LP (Strange Fruit, 1990)
    ENT vs. KLF 7" single (KLF Communications, 1991)
    The Split Noiz live EP, split with Patareni (bootleg;[20] FalSanja Kol'ko'S / Debilana Sound, 1990)
    Live and Loud live CD (unknown label, 1990)
    Phonophobia CD/LP (Discipline / Vinyl Japan, 1991)
    Retro-bution CD/LP (Earache, 1995)
    Damage 381 CD (Earache, 1997)
    Being and Nothing CD (Candlelight, 2001)
    Live at the Fulham Greyhound London 1989 live CD (Cherry Red, 2002)
    From One Extreme to Another DVD (Candlelight, 2003)
    Hatred and the Filth 7" EP (Distortion, 2004)
    Split CD/10" EP with Driller Killer (Osmose, 2006)
    Back to the Roots Digital download compilation (Moshpit Tragedy, 2008)
    Split 7" EP with Trap Them (Deathwish Inc., 2008)
    Law of Retaliation CD/LP (Osmose, MCR Company, Deep Six, 2009)
    Split 5" EP with Cock ESP (Little Mafia, 2009)
    Hardcore Attack Of The Low Life Dogs split 7" EP with Slang (Farewell Records, 2010)
    [edit]
  • Last Days Of Humanity

    21. Nov. 2011, 15:39 von adradradr

    Last Days Of Humanity one of the most famous Dutch gore grind band came out of nowhere in the early 90's and is quite similar musically and lyrically to their Swedish colleagues from the spy, like many other groups of grindcore field LDOH not have been changing their style of years although it had suffered a lot of lineup changes and thus only William the guitarist and founder left after the band's formation

    Their first demo "Human Atrocity" was released in 1993, followed by a number of other demos EPS and divide it certainly caught the attention of the famous record label based on grindcore Bones Brigade Records, then finally in 1998 LDOH released his first album "The Sound of Rancid juice sloshing RuntDin Coffin," which was originally recordedtwo years prior to

    In 2005 with the launch of the highly anticipated full-length "The Advanced bleeding conditions" Last Days Of Humanity decided to dissolve the "rotting in Progress" was released in 2006 as the band's last work in 2007, Bones Brigade released two CD collection "Rest in Gore" collect rare tracks from splits EPs and demos

    Last Days of Humanity recently reunited in 2010

    Discography:
    - Human Atrocity (Demo) 1993
    - Split EP with vulgar degenerate) 1994
    - Pathological Dreams (Split EP with Confessions dimness) 1995
    - Defleshed by flies (Split EP with Rickets) 1996 Morbid Records
    - the sound of rancid juices sloshing around your coffin 1998 Bones Brigade Records
    - Hymns Of Indigestible pus 1999 Bones Brigade Records
    - split up for better foodmelting (Split EP with Morgue) 2000 Evil Biker Records
    - Choked In Anal Manage (Split EP with cock and Ball Torture) 2001 Fleshfeast Records
    - 138 minutes Body Disposal (Split EP with Stoma) 2001
    - Dutch Assault (Split EP with Suppository SME & BURY) 2003 Relapse Records
    - The XTC of swallowing Feaces 2004 Relapse Records
    - Split LP with lymphatic phlegm 2004 Black Hole Productions
    - The Advanced bleeding Conditions 2005 Bones Brigade Records
    - decay in Progress 2006 Bones Brigade Records
    - Rest Gore 1989-2006 2007 Bones Brigade records

    Noord Brabant Netherlands
    1989-2006, 2010
  • The Bleeding

    9. Nov. 2011, 17:17 von adradradr

    The Bleeding is the fourth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse, released in 1994 through Metal Blade Records. It is the last album featuring singer and founding member Chris Barnes and is the first album featuring guitarist Rob Barrett. According to Soundscan numbers, The Bleeding is the fifth top-selling death metal LP in the United States, amassing over 98,300 copies sold. The Bleeding is also Cannibal Corpse's most successful album to date, and their first entry on the Billboard charts.[1][2][3]
    A video was made for the song "Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead". A re-master of this album is available and features new cover art, a bonus track ("The Exorcist", a Possessed cover) and the music video of "Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead".
    Contents [hide]
    1 Musical style
    2 Cover art
    3 Reception
    4 Track listing
    5 Personnel
    6 References
    [edit]Musical style

    This album signified a few changes for Cannibal Corpse, primarily the change in speed. The reason for this was because Barnes had decided he wanted to pursue a different musical angle. For this album, he chose a more "groove" style similar to what he was doing in Six Feet Under over Cannibal Corpse's previous material which focused more on blast beats and speed. Vocally on "The Bleeding" Chris had also decided to go for a more "decipherable" approach instead of his previously inhuman grunting he had executed on previous Cannibal Corpse albums.[4] The album is also notable for a much more technical approach for the guitar work.
    [edit]Cover art

    The original 1994 cover art, a departure for a Cannibal Corpse album, appeared to depict a tapestry of raw flesh and muscle, rather than it featuring graphic violence. The uncensored cover art for the 2006 reissue, however, reveals the original artwork was merely a part of a greater whole. In reissue artwork, a man is standing in an intimate gathering of zombies, with an expression of ecstasy on his face. The man has been stripped of skin from the chest down. The corpses are entwined with a veiny, blueish growth that is reminiscent of a root system. The exposed muscle and bone of the man's lower body exhibits a fresh growth of this ropey-material, suggesting he is becoming one of them. The original 1994 cover art was simply a closeup of the skinless ribcage and musculature of that man's midsection.
    [edit]Reception

    Professional ratings
    Review scores
    SourceRating
    Allmusic[1]
    "Pushed the envelope in every imaginable way, from cover art to song titles to the music itself." "Scott Burns gives the album a wonderful sheen that instantly sets Cannibal Corpse apart from most of the other death metal bands out there". "The riffs absolutely grind, just as the rhythms pulverize and the vocals thunder." "one of the standout death metal albums of the mid-'90s".[1]
    [edit]Track listing

    No.TitleLength
    1."Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead" (Chris Barnes, Scott Burns, Jack Owen, Alex Webster)3:30
    2."Fucked with a Knife" (Barnes, Burns, Webster)2:15
    3."Stripped, Raped and Strangled" (Barnes, Rob Barrett, Burns, Owen, Webster)3:27
    4."Pulverized" (Barnes, Burns, Owen, Webster)3:35
    5."Return to Flesh" (Barnes, Burns, Owen, Webster)4:21
    6."The Pick-Axe Murders" (Barnes, Burns, Webster)3:03
    7."She Was Asking for It" (Barnes, Barrett, Burns, Owen, Webster)4:33
    8."The Bleeding" (Barnes, Burns, Owen)4:20
    9."Force Fed Broken Glass" (Barnes, Barrett, Burns, Owen, Webster)5:02
    10."An Experiment in Homicide" (Barnes, Barrett, Burns, Owen, Webster)2:36
    11."The Exorcist" (Possessed cover, (Mike Torrao))4:36
    Total length:
    36:54
    [edit]Personnel

    Chris Barnes – vocals, lyrics
    Jack Owen – guitar
    Rob Barrett – guitar
    Alex Webster – bass
    Paul Mazurkiewicz – drums
    [edit]
  • Tomb of the Mutilated

    9. Nov. 2011, 17:15 von adradradr

    Tomb of the Mutilated is the third studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse. It was released in 1992 through Metal Blade Records and is the last album featuring founding guitarist Bob Rusay. The album was banned in Germany, due to the violent cover and the extreme nature of the lyrics.
    Because the liner notes on Butchered at Birth feature quotations from American serial killer Albert Fish, he is often incorrectly credited with being the voice at the beginning of "Addicted to Vaginal Skin". However, the taped confession heard at the beginning of the song most likely belongs to the "Genesee River Killer" Arthur Shawcross.[1]
    The song "Hammer Smashed Face" was featured during the band's cameo appearance in the film Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, and downloadable content for the Rock Band video game series. The song "I Cum Blood" is also featured in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned.
    Contents [hide]
    1 Reception
    2 Track listing
    3 Personnel
    4 Production
    5 References
    [edit]Reception

    Professional ratings
    Review scores
    SourceRating
    Allmusic link
    Reviewers praised the album, heavy metal webzine, Kicked in the Face stated "I loved every second of it. This is a must have for any Cannibal Corpse fan." "It would be hard to pick out the good or the bad tracks on this one because, well, they're all pretty damn good."[2]
    Esteemed reviewers Jack Murray and Connur Joyce have both stated their belief that Tomb of the Mutilated is a high-concept album concerned with extreme necrophilia and sadism. Murray said "It's a very clever idea concerning the rape and murder of a young girl with a large knife, and continuing to rape the corpse until orgasm. This theme is particularly present in the last four tracks on the album",[3] while Joyce announced in Finnish metal magazine Mutilate, "The album has heavy connotations throughout. It's definitely linked; especially in the last three tracks. The explicit nature in which Barnes grunts his way through the increasingly morbid lyrics certainly demonstrates the theme running through the album, that is to say the increasingly deteriorating mental state of the protagonist."
    While Metal Storm announced "the music here is a little more complex and better elaborated, the effort is shown in songs like 'Hammer Smashed Face' with maddening and unforgettable riffs, a crushing bass playing, and incredibly fast drumming, and 'I Cum Blood' showing incredible pulsations", "a high-quality album in general, really one of the greatest albums in Cannibal Corpse history and maybe in Death Metal history too".[4]
    [edit]Track listing

    All lyrics and vocal arrangements by Chris Barnes. Music by Cannibal Corpse.
    No.TitleLength
    1."Hammer Smashed Face" 4:04
    2."I Cum Blood" 3:41
    3."Addicted to Vaginal Skin" 3:31
    4."Split Wide Open" 3:02
    5."Necropedophile" 4:05
    6."The Cryptic Stench" 3:57
    7."Entrails Ripped from a Virgin's Cunt" 4:15
    8."Post Mortal Ejaculation" 3:37
    9."Beyond the Cemetery" 4:53
    10."I Cum Blood (Live)" (the 2002 remastered edition credits the song as a bonus track)4:13
    Total length:
    35:11
    [edit]
  • Butchered at Birth

    9. Nov. 2011, 17:14 von adradradr

    Butchered at Birth is the second studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse. It was released in 1991 through Metal Blade Records.
    Contents [hide]
    1 Controversy
    2 Track listing
    3 Personnel
    4 References
    [edit]Controversy

    The album was banned in Germany, due to the violent artwork. The first pressings of the compact disc were wrapped in white butcher paper stamped with the band logo and album title in red ink. Butchered at Birth's cover also drew a complaint from the Ontario Provincial Police in Canada, which led to record stores being told not to sell the album to persons under 18.[citation needed]
    "Rancid Amputation" was given a lounge music re-arrangement by Andrew Hansen of the Australian comedy team The Chaser in July 2006, when the band came under controversy due to their lyrical content prior to touring in Australia.[2]
    [edit]Track listing

    All song lyrics written by Chris Barnes.
    No.TitleLength
    1."Meat Hook Sodomy" 5:46
    2."Gutted" 3:15
    3."Living Dissection" 4:00
    4."Under the Rotted Flesh" 5:04
    5."Covered with Sores" 3:17
    6."Vomit the Soul" 4:30
    7."Butchered at Birth" 2:45
    8."Rancid Amputation" 3:16
    9."Innards Decay" 4:38
    10."Covered with Sores (Live)" (The 2002 remastered edition features this track as a bonus.)3:59
    Total length:
    36:34
    [edit]Personnel

    Chris Barnes – vocals
    Jack Owen – guitar
    Bob Rusay – guitar
    Alex Webster – bass
    Paul Mazurkiewicz – drums
    Glen Benton – guest vocals on track 6