Prosthetic Records
Release date
28 Oct 2008
Running length
11 tracks
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1 Condemned 4:19 15,592
2 Reign of Terror 3:33 14,402
3 Our Common Grave 3:41 13,482
4 Skit 1 0:10 41
5 Harvest of Hate 3:14 1,667
6 The Wasteland 3:37 12,768
7 Bitter 2:45 11,869
8 No Future 0:52 12,466
9 Lithium Overdose 3:40 12,412
10 Nevermore 3:42 17,335
11 Procreating The Infection 2:43 11,296

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  • GodofDeathMetal

    I never really liked this album when it was a brand new album and now I find this album to be great. I dunno That Skit 1 track was pointless to me and I still find it pointless. I messes up the flow of the album. I also find the re-recording of Nevermore to be pretty damn good now and even better than the original one. I used to dislike it. Now I like it. Great fucking album! However, I still like Mechanics of Dysfunction and the first EP way much more.

    19 Mar 4:04am Reply
  • goreasylum

    weirdest BTM album...guess thats why i love it so

    26 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Hoo_0L

    The best song is the re-recorded Nevermore

    18 May 2011 Reply
  • leperdead

    Boring. The lyrics are quite meaningful, though.

    3 Apr 2011 Reply
  • Metallimaster

    Very Good Album.

    24 Jun 2010 Reply
  • DamienAThornton

    mechanics are better... too dumb but still love nevermore)

    29 Dec 2009 Reply
  • bloozclooz

    bitter has a sick ass breakdown. although i personally think that mechanics of dysfunction has a clearer sound to it. :D

    24 Nov 2009 Reply
  • roadkillfacepnt

    Their definite best album [2]

    8 Oct 2009 Reply
  • Simsolabi

    Their definite best album

    5 Sep 2009 Reply
  • AntyM92

    I got so addicted to this when I first got it, Beneath The Massacre are moving completely in the right direction. It's tracks like Condemned, Bitter and Lithium Overdose that serve as a serious fucking reminder of what this generation of metalheads is capable of. It takes everything that was good about the EP and the debut, gives it a huge dose of swagger, groove and melody (where appropriate) and kicks your face in. Astounding; the best BTM record thus far, and (I believe) a modern classic in the genre.

    5 Feb 2009 Reply

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