NewsDecember 17, 2014 2:37 PM ET2,242 views

Exhumed releasing re-recorded debut; premiere song

Official press release: Originally released in 1998, Exhumed's now-classic debut full-length, Gore Metal, was a boundary defying offering of filth-ridden, grinding, over-the-top death-metal. Unrepentantly fast, furious and maniacal, Gore Metal gleamed with a delightful audio repugnance bedecked in blazing riff infiltrations, slasher-film-inspired lyrics and vile cover art. It was the record that made Carcass seem PG-rated by comparison and thus certified itself as a true underground classic. Not content to let the album rot away, Exhumed returned to the studio almost two decades later to re-record the landmark offering. The resulting Gore Metal: A Necrospective 1998 - 2015, set for release this February via Relapse Records, maintains the maniacal ferocity of the original recordings while adding depth to the sonic devourment thanks in no small part to years of touring and a vastly improved-sounding recording quality. Proclaims vocalist/guitarist Matt Harvey: "I'm super pumped that we got the chance to re-record Gore Metal. I don't think any of us were happy with how it turned out the first time around, so getting another shot at it meant a lot to me personally. I was also really excited to have our old friend Ross Sewage reprise his vocals on the new version, ensuring that it still sounds like that era of Exhumed, though things are a lot more audible this time around!" Get surgical with the sounds of "Open The Abscess," now playing here: Gore Metal: A Necrospective 1998 - 2015 Track Listing: 01. Necromaniac 02. Open The Abscess 03. Postmortem Procedures 04. Limb From Limb 05. Enucleation 06. Casket Crusher 07. Death Mask 08. In My Human Slaughter House 09. Sepulchral Slaughter 10. Vagitarian II 11. Blazing Corpse 12. Deadest Of The Dead



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