Dehydrated II - Pestilence - Resurrection Macabre (CD, Album)

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  1. A combination this poor certainly would produce an album that has more value as a coaster than a CD, and that's exactly what Pestilence has done with their new album "Resurrection Macabre". By no means is anyone in this band an awful musician - that's pretty obvious with Pestilence's previous efforts. Reply
  2. 13 track album. Reply
  3. Nov 07,  · Provided to YouTube by Mascot Records Dehydrated II · Pestilence Resurrection Macabre ℗ Mascot Music Productions & Publishing BV Auto-generated by YouTube. Reply
  4. Resurrection Macabre is a music studio album recording by PESTILENCE (Tech/Extreme Prog Metal/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Resurrection Macabre's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews /5(5). Reply
  5. Resurrection Macabre is a stunning musical statement that will bring the band back to the forefront of the international Death Metal community. The album is a display of the timeless power of brutal Metal brought with the modern day technique and skill of experienced musicians. 14 tracks. Mascot Music/5(23). Reply
  6. Resurrection Macabre is Pestilence's first studio album since 's Spheres and is a return to their death metal sound. Music video: Devouring Frenzy Recording information: Recorded October 17thst at the Hansen Studios, Ribe, Denmark. Reply
  7. Resurrection Macabre, an Album by Pestilence. Released 14 April on Mascot (catalog no. M 2; CD). Genres: Death Metal. Featured peformers: Patrick Mameli (vocals, guitar, aka_text music role_id aka_text, aka_text lyrics role_id aka_text, producer), Tony Choy (bass), Peter Wildoer (drums), Jacob Hansen (producer, recording engineer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text /5(26). Reply
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    In the mid-'80s, thrash metal had its "Big Four" bands -- three from California (Metallica, Megadeth, and Slayer) and New York's stubrostkumetheges.trymhustpolahywicmudssveskasraverge.infoinfo the early '90s, technical death metal's Big Four were three Florida acts -- Death, Atheist, and Cynic-- and Pestilence, from the stubrostkumetheges.trymhustpolahywicmudssveskasraverge.infoinfo band released four albums that charted an increasingly progressive and even jazzy trip from metal out into deep 8/ Reply

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