19:18 - Angel N. Hey fellah! Does it worth to go to Castle's show? I know their albums lastly weren't that good but they had some good old stuffs.
18:20 - tibosax I think we need a category for Technical Death for this next edition of MS awards. I mean, there's been so many technical death album releases this year that I can barely remember any pure death release.
Rigor Mortis are preparing the release of their fourth and final album, 23 years after they released Rigor Mortis Vs. The Earth. So, it's quite the occasion. For now, you can take a look at the album cover below and then wait to hear new music. The record Slaves To The Grave is finished and the date is set for October 7th, 2014. All the band needs is the funding. You can help by contributing to their IndieGoGo campaign.
The money will go towards paying off the recording debt (studio, engineers, travel, mastering), as well as artwork, packaging, manufacturing, distribution, and promotion.
Illustration By Michael Broom
02. Rain Of Ruin
03. Flesh For Flies
04. The Infected
05. Blood Bath
06. Ancient Horror
07. Fragrance Of Corpse
08. Curse Of The Draugr
09. Sacramentum Gladiatorum [Scaccia Instrumental]
10. Ludus Magnus (guest vocal appearance by Al Jourgensen)
Recorded in February 2012 at Ministry's 13th Planet Studios in El Paso, Texas, Slaves To The Grave returns to the original first record line-up of Mike Scaccia (who passed away in 2012) - guitars, Bruce Corbitt - vocals, Harden Harrison - drums, and Casey Orr - bass.
You had me at jizz really. Jizz is art. I studied art and contemporary art for seven years. That's what I got from it. Use bodily fluids. I'm sure this cover would look better with some jizz on it. Everything looks better with jizz on it.