Loading player…

Originating from the Montreal area, this group first appeared in 1992, when it was called Necrosis; in the same year it was reincarnated under the name of Cryptopsy. With just a demo called Ungentle Exhumation and then the album Blasphemy Made Flesh (1994), the group acquired a solid reputation on the international scene. Their release of None So Vile in 1996 was the first burst of brilliance in their career. From that point the group clearly outclassed other groups by… read more

Top Tracks

Top Albums

Similar Artists


Leave a comment. Log in to Last.fm or sign up.

  • Suffering is pretty good, but McGachy needs to drop exaggerated guttural RUGH RUGHHHHHHHH RUGHHHHHHHHHHHHH shit. He actually sounded /better/ on TUK, all they had to do was drop the clean vocals. There's never a time to me after TUK where McGachy doesn't sound like he's straining his natural vocal style to appease death metal fans.
  • Cryptopsy is so fucking great.
  • The Book of Suffering Tome 1 is absolutely fantastic. Drums sound killer, especially the snare and kicks. Bass and guitars have utmost killer tone. Overall production is brutal, clear, crisp, and amazing. Musically, its a 4 song concise beast. I loved their S/T as their best since None So Vile...This is even better than the S/T. Cool melodies, technical bits, groove, and everything packed into this powerful little gem. Vocal performance is varied and totally awesome too. If they were to play this entire EP on tour, I'd be stoked.
  • The Book Of Suffering is fucking insane. Great stuff. [6]
  • The Book Of Suffering (Tome I) is brutal aggressive and so creative. Masters of Death Metal have returned!
  • The Book Of Suffering is fucking insane. Great stuff. [5]
  • The Book Of Suffering is fucking insane. Great stuff. [4]
  • None So Vile and Blasphemy Made Flesh are pure masterpieces.
  • Possible cover art for Pt 2 : http://i.imgur.com/syFTOLn.png

API Calls