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Obituary - Slowly We Rot album download

Obituary - Slowly We Rot album download

Slowly We Rot
Death Metal,Heavy Metal
Recording location:
Morrisound Recording, Tampa, FL
MP3 archive size:
1603 mb
FLAC archive size:
1791 mb
Other formats:

Slowly We Rot ‎(CD, Album). Roadracer Records, Roadracer Records. RO 9489-2, RO 9489 2. Europe. Slowly We Rot ‎(CD, Album).

Slowly We Rot. Obituary. Produced by Scott Burns. Album Slowly We Rot. Slowly We Rot Lyrics. Kill all! Fight death! Lesions fighting love. Fight them all in a living hell Slowly rot and you die You fight death as you slowly realize Kill them all Fight death and slowly read in the love Fight them all, join me, slowly we rot Slowly we rot! Dead to all Fighting as you slowly read in your love Fighting the sword The sword is your plow Dead to all Fighting as you're slowly rotting in hell Fight them all, join me, slowly we dwell Slowly we dwell! Decharge! More on Genius.

Slowly We Rot is the debut album by American death metal band Obituary. It was released on May 16, 1989 and is the only Obituary album to feature bassist Daniel Tucker, guitarist Allen West would leave soon after but returned for the third album The End Complete. It was re-released on January 27, 1997 with remastered sound and liner notes. All music by Obituary, all lyrics by John Tardy. Allen West – lead guitar. JP Chartier - lead guitar on tracks 13 and 14.

The only Obituary album.

Obituary's death metal debut album Slowly We Rot was a ground-breaking release at the end of the 1980s. As one of the pioneers of this genre they created a heavy album where everything was monstrous. From their down-tuned guitar riffs, deep growls and moans and distinct tempo changes. The songs are often slowing down to a doomy tempo, a revolutionary thing at the time of release. Slowly We Rot is inspired brilliance, where the meaning of the title is illustrated in the music and lyrics

Obituary - Slowly We Rot (Full Album) Vinyl 1989. 2 years ago 2 years ago. Metal.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Internal Bleeding Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 3:01
2 Godly Beings Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 1:55
3 'Til Death Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 3:56
4 Slowly We Rot Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 3:36
5 Immortal Visions Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 2:25
6 Gates to Hell Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 2:48
7 Words of Evil Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 1:55
8 Suffocation Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 2:35
9 Intoxicated Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 4:40
10 Deadly Intentions Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 2:09
11 Bloodsoaked Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 3:11
12 Stinkupuss Obituary / John Tardy Obituary 2:59
  • Favorite Tracks: 1. Internal Bleeding 2. Godly Beings 3. 'Til Death 4. Slowly We Rot 6. Gates to Hell

  • Classed as Obituary's heaviest album is the bands' debut full-length album Slowly We Rot. Released on May 16th, 1989, the album was Produced by Scott Burns (Cannibal Corpse, Death, Deicide) and was Mastered by Mike Fuller (who mastered Cannibal Corpse's Vile album from 1996 and mastered Deicide: Legion '1992').Featuring twelve classic, twisting and infecting tracks including "Internal Bleeding", "Godly Beings", “Til Death”, “Slowly We Rot”, “Suffocation”, “Bloodsoaked” among others, the album features the artwork of Rob Mayworth (who did the Obituary 'with dragon' logo and the 'bloodsoaked' logo for Obituary).The album is fast, solid, mean and is a great performance!A truer Death Metal masterpiece and an all-time highly recommendation album for fans of Old-school Death Metal!Top Five Best Songs:1. Godly Beings2. Bloodsoaked3. Internal Bleeding4. Intoxicated5. Slowly We Rot

  • You can't hear what the lyrics are - this album features, basically - badass 80's rock/metal solos, solid rhythm section, big, bold riffs, fast, breakneck speed tempos occasionally - the music is dominated by loud, professional garage rock supporting "monster vocals".The remarkable thing is the technique to sing with a 'broken' voice without causing vocal strain. The picture on the front is amateurish and tasteless, the grooves are good and the band is tight. I wouldn't say this music was better than ABBA, but rather suggest that it is simply different to ABBA.

  • The garage days? Viewed by Obituary's point of view, the term can be perfectly applied to their debut album, Slowly We Rot. Scott Burns was a producer barely from a year when Slowly We Rot was released, and it's pretty obvious listening the album: the equalizers are literally bloody, yet Slowly We Rot lacks any sign of depth: the only diversity factor is a pair of unsuccesful space effects added on a pair of tracks. Add to this that Slowly We Rot is only partially definable Death Metal (the whole album is in standard tuning), and the album's destiny is pretty evident. Yet these songs sound like regular Obituary on late albums. The lyrics are scarce ("Words of Evil"'s text is composed of exactly 5 words), the chords the same and the musicianship fairly amateurish and dumb. But Obituary were pushing themselves over since their beginning. Witness how John Tardy pushes his diaphragm close to vomit (sounding like an unintelligent Chuck Schuldiner wannabe) or how Trevor Peres had perfected his robotic strumming since his beginning.Apart of occasional gripping drones ("Bloodsoaked"), Slowly We Rot is an unfortunate barbaric chunk of soon-to-be-Death material. Obituary's songwriting, at the time, was far from being groovy or hooky, and Slowly We Rot isn't the best way to see this band's greatness. Absolutely.Highlights:"Intoxicated", "Bloodsoaked".