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Of Slaughter And Slime
Grindcore, Death Metal
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Album Name Of Slaughter And Slime. Type EP. Data wpisu Sierpień 2009. Wydawcy HPGD Productions. Styl muzycznyDeath Metal. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album1. Limited to 500 copies. Other productions from Marrow. Of Slaughter And Slime. Albums in Death Metal.

supported by. Rich E. Braden. Horror Pain Gore Death Productions and Dysphoria Distro present the first official release from Baltimore's MARROW entitled "Of Slaughter And Slime". Described by many as "Death Metal For Dead People", this 7-inch is a must have if you are a fan of Carcass, Impaled, Ex Dementia, Engorged and Frightmare. Limited to 500 copies on Mixed Marble vinyl and features full color vile, gory artwork and double-sided insert.

Of Slaughter and Slime. Tracks count: 2. Views: 1. Marrow - Dead Meat 05:56. Marrow - Saw Claw 05:55.

The first official release from Baltimore's MARROW entitled Of Slaughter and Slime. For fans of early CARCASS, IMPALED and ENGORGED. Side A 1. Dead Meat . 5. Side B 1. Sawclaw 5:52. Dysphoria Records Horror Pain Gore Death Productions (2009). Communion of Thieves Communion of Thieves Dendritic Arbor Split EP (7").

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Horror Pain Gore Death Productions (catalog number HPGD012) Dysphoria Records (catalog number DYS002). This album was released in 2009 year. US. Format of the release is.

Refining the Golden Marrow and then soaked in that liquid, a warrior could have the tenacious skeleton of the Golden Giant, which was a hard as iron or rock. The reason why the golden skeleton had the golden hue was because of the Golden Marrow. However, it was mysteriously difficult to refine the Golden Marrow. And, it required a blazing flame at the same time. The energy of the Golden Marrow had maintained the glorious golden hue of the skeleton. Without the Golden Marrow, the skeleton of a member of the Giant Clan would reveal its original shape.

Mass Slaughter: The Best of Slaughter is a compilation album by American glam metal band Slaughter. The album features songs from their first two albums Stick It to Ya (1990) and The Wild Life (1992). Up All Night" – 4:17. Fly to The Angels" – 5:06. Spend My Life" – 3:20. Days Gone By" – 3:51. Burnin' Bridges" – 4:06. Reach for the Sky" – 5:30. Streets of Broken Hearts" – 4:39. You Are the One" – 3:55.

Album Title: Of Slaughter And Slime. Label: Horror Pain Gore Death Productions ‎– HPGD012, Dysphoria Records ‎– DYS002 Type: Vinyl, 7", Grey Swirl Country: US Date of released: 2009 Category: Rock Style: Grindcore, Death Metal. Free Download Marrow - Of Slaughter And Slime.


A1 Dead Meat
B1 Sawclaw


  • Layout [Album Layout And Arrangement] – Mike Juliano

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HPGD012, DYS002 Marrow Of Slaughter And Slime ‎(7", Gre) Horror Pain Gore Death Productions, Dysphoria Records HPGD012, DYS002 US 2009
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The drowner of the day will be this second recording of the American band MARROW who's subject to please those who still dig the CARCASS inheritance.It's a vinyl Ep composed of two songs.The first one entitled "Dead meat" is very close to later IMPALED or EXHUMED ("Anatomy is destiny") in their most "technical" moments (Even if the content isn't filled with many notes... It's about the approach and eventually song structures), with CARCASS reminiscences ("Heartwork" for the most melodic touches, and "Necroticism" for more technical touches and some compositions), with a touch of MORTAL DECAY («Sickening erotic fanaticism») somewhere. In fact every riffs do not necessarily remind of the bands quoted before, but the screamy vocals lead you back to the operation table. The few amount of blasts could be surprising for the style.The second track entitled "Sawclaw" remains if the fields of the CARCASS inheritance, but it might not be as apparent: It begins in a thrash metal/ death metal manner à la SLAYER ("Reign in blood") meets THE HAUNTED, then comes a rather depressive arpeggio that could remind of IMMORTAL "At the heart of winter" (Or could it be EXHUMED on "Anatomy"?), and the last half evolves between technical "melodic" thrashy death, later CARCASS records and sludge touches. My description might be a bit too precise to be a good summary, but isn't the corpse subject to an alive dissection? (It doesn’t stop moving… Where’s my hammer?) MARROW is more focused on composition than explosive moments. In fact there are very nice riffs, and the songs are quite well composed, but it's not an explosion of growing sickness... The music is a bit too neat and controlled for that. This said, for the genre the production is not particularly too neat: The sound is clear, but wasn't triggered or protoolsified.This short record won't please those who search for darkness and something like a putrid atmosphere, or might not be heavy enough for those who long for the gross bizarre deformity, but I think this isn't a bad record and MARROW might provide something like a welcome breath of fresh surgical air in your utterly putrid mental caveums. In a few recordings MARROW could turn into an efficient member of the C.I.C (Carcass inheritance club) if they're able to inject more stress or "unmatchable catchiness" in their songs. So keep a dissected eye on them if you dig the scalpel.