01:33 - psykometal Sorry, I'm all digital. I don't waste my time or money on such outdated tech. :P
01:31 - huascaman On the subject of bad black metal bands... (V) [link] (V)
00:38 - BoxCar Willy Anyone know any good cassette labels in the US or Canada?
00:06 - Jaeryd17 Oh, and responding to some of the posts after mine 10 pages back, Opeth played 5 songs with death growls in the concert. And they sounded pretty good, better than Royal Albert Hall, but he didn't (or couldn't) do long growls.
Sweden's macabre medical masters General Surgery will soon release Like An Ever Flying Limb, a limited edition EP which contains 5 tracks of the band's signature goregrind. Preview the title track here. The EP is set to be released via Relapse Records on November 6th. Pre-orders of the new EP are now available right here. Before that, the band has made their compilation A Collection Of Depravation available for streaming.
The mortuary masters General Surgery are preparing to release a new upcoming EP titled Like An Ever Flying Limb. The title track is now available for streaming below. Like An Ever Flying Limb will feature 5 brand new tracks presented in a 7" slab of orange vinyl. The Swedish grindcore outfit has scheduled its release to November 6th via Relapse Records.
The re-issue of General Surgery's 1991 debut EP Necrology is currently streaming in its entirety at this location.
General Surgery, one of the first bands to carry on along Carcass's gore-grind path, has had its long-out-print EP has been completely remastered by Scott Hull and repackaged with three previously unreleased bonus tracks.
The Necrology re-issue saw its North American release on June 21st, on CD and digitally via Relapse Records
01. Ominous Lamentation
02. Slithering Maceration Of Ulcerous Facial Tissue
03. Grotesque Laceration Of Mortified Flesh
04. Severe Catatonia In Pathology
05. Crimson Concerto
06.The Succulent Aftermath Of A Subdural Haemorrhage
Swedish grindcore outfit General Surgery have scheduled the following US tour dates:
May 09 - Hollywood, CA @ Knitting Factory (Los Angeles Murderfest 5.0)
May 10 - Phoenix, AZ @ The PHiX (with Ghoul)
May 11 - Santa Cruz, CA @ The Blue Lagoon (with Ghoul)
May 12 - Oakland, CA @ Your House (with Ghoul)
May 13 - Portland, OR @ Satyricon (with Engorged, Funerot)
May 14 - Olympia, WA @ T.B.A. (with Engorged, Funerot)
May 22-24 - Baltimore, MD @ Sonar (Maryland Deathfest VII)
Swedish grindcore act General Surgery are releasing a new album and posted the following update regarding this event:
"So, the new album is done. 15 tracks of unholy gore metal, served on a viscera infested mortuary slab for your audial displeasure, "Corpus In Extremis: Analysing Necrocriticism" will be unleashed some time during March 2009 on Listenable Records.
There will be both a CD and LP version with slightly different track lists, the artwork and photos will also be altered for each release.As usual, the album was recorded at Off Beat studio in Stockholm, but this time by the surgeons themselves so this is a truly self-produced effort. Mastered at the renowned Tailor Maid facilities in Stockholm by mastering wizard Peter In De Betou. Artwork by Sven/Listenable Graphix.
Guitarist Joacim Carlsson of Swedish grindcore metallers General Surgery has issued the following update:
"As of today (October 2nd), we have once again entered the filthy and repulsive confinements of Off Beat Studio to record our second still-untitled full length album. 20 songs will be recorded, and we'll pick the best material to surface on the release. Some new titles to be included are "Plexus Necrosis", "Exotoxic Septicity", "Necronomics" and "Ichor". Due to scheduling conflicts, the new effort will be self-produced and will not utilize the services of Fred Estby Dismember drummer] as previously reported. We hope to finish the recording by mid-November and the release is scheduled for February/March 2009. More news on the album and possible sound snippets as we progress.