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Release date: 3 July 1996
Style: Brutal death metal


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Dan "Lord Worm" Greening - vocals
Jon Levasseur - guitars
Florent "Flo" Mounier - drums, backing vocals
Eric Langlois - bass

Additional info
Produced by Pierre Remillard and Cryptopsy.
Recorded at Studio Victor.
All songs © Socan 1995

Re-released on Displeased Records and Century Media. Some re-release versions feature gold colored font for the logo/title, rather than the original silver.

The album starts with a sample from the movie The Exorcist III: Legion and ends with a sample from the movie Evil Dead III: Army of Darkness.

Album art by Elizabeth Sirani.

Staff review by

1996 was a good year for Metal Music, Behemoth released their album Grom, Arch Enemy released "Black Earth", Cannibal Corpse found that George Fisher was better than Chris Barnes and released "Vile", Mortician, after 7 years of demos and EPs, finally released their first Full Length album and called it "Hacked Up For Barbecue", and a little Canadian Band Called Cryptopsy Released a great album called "None So Vile".

published 10.01.2005 | Comments (18)

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Death metal. The musical genre concerned with death, hatred and anguish. The aural paragon of blood, gore and mutilation. Ever since it was created about 20 years ago, death metal left nothing nasty undealt with; from the repulsive scenery of gory violence to the deepest of mental aberrations, it covered pretty much everything vile, both musically and lyrically, with death being the recurring theme. Not all bands though were able to convey the actual horror of death, but some wrote albums that redefined death in an aural way. One of these records is Cryptopsy's None So Vile.

published 29.09.2012 | Comments (1)

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Paw!! - 19.10.2016 at 07:31  
Rating: 8 Lord Worm is the Key, without him Cryptopsy sucks!
Boxcar Willy - 21.10.2016 at 06:12  
Rating: 9 I had this album in my dads car due to it not having an AUX cable, and I listened to it probably 40 times in the week I had to drive it.

Really solid album. Lots of bangers, no real filler but a few tracks are not up to par. Still though, it's a great release.

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