Comes with card slipcase, poster and double sided card. Track 1: 7" remix, original version of Grave Secrets taken from 'Cemetery Sickness', album 2014. Track 3: from the 'Forensix', album 2008. Track 4: from the 'Process of Decay', album 2005. Track 5: 7" remixed and re-recorded, original version appears on 'Gore &.
Finally, after the original pressing was seized and incinerated by the police, this album is seeing the light of day thanks to Veteran Records. The CD contains the full artwork and lyrics that caused so much trouble back when this was released in 1995. The pics on Bandcamp are censored. Limited to 300 copies. 20 Years of Perversion and Gore. Split 7" picture disc w/ Holocausto Canibal. Gore & Perversion.
13 track compilation including never before released demo tracks, remixes and something from every Desecration album. Comes in card slipcase, poster and double sided card. Very old school release!
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Brutal Death Desecration (UK). Band Name Desecration (UK). Album Name Gore and Perversion. Data de lançamento 1995. Labels Arctic Serenades. Estilo de MúsicaBrutal Death. Membros têm este álbum3. 3. Penile Dissection. 4. It Can't Be My Grave.
Gore and Perversion is a death metal music album recording by DESECRATION released in 1995 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Desecration – 20 Years Of Perversion And Gore CD (w/ Slipcase). DESECRATION Gore and Perversion OOP 1st Pr Arctic Serenades. Desecration gore and perversion 2 CD new cannibal corpse suffocation deicide.
The band was told to tone down the lyrics or forget about the music business. This did not happen however, and after three years of fine-tuning their style, Desecration recorded the album Murder in Mind . rare tracks and demos, Compilation.
Gore and Perversion is the first album by death metal band Desecration, released in its original version on Anoxic Records in 1995. The album was seized and incinerated by the Gwent Constabulary due to the album's offensive content and what was deemed to be its obscene nature, and it was banned. The ensuing court case and media furore established the name Desecration in the South Wales scene and beyond.