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Cattle Decapitation - The Harvest Floor

8 | 140 votes |
Release date: 20 January 2009
Style: Deathgrind


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01. The Gardeners Of Eden
02. A Body Farm
03. We Are Horrible People
04. Tooth Enamel & Concrete
05. The Ripe Beneath The Rind
06. The Product Alive
07. In Axetasy
08. Into The Public Bath
09. The Harvest Floor
10. Regret & The Grave

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Cattle Decapitation used to be a very mediocre band, yes I'm just being honest, "Humanure" and "To Serve Man" were the equivalent (in terms of functionality) of your scrotum while having sex, yeah it's fun if you play with it for a while, but what you really want is a lethal dosage of intense penetration and gore…well, you get the idea.

published 19.02.2009 | Comments (36)

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13.01.2010 - 11:50
Rating: 10
Tracks 4 and 5 have the most brutal, natural gutturals I've ever heard. This is their best album, thanks to the new drummer, and my favorite album from 2009.

A corpse is still a corpse, of course we dine with no remorse
Nutritious, delicious fruit!
14.01.2010 - 01:05
Rating: 7
Yeah, way better than their last drummer. Btw, in the short making of dvd that's on the cd, I recall that David McGraw bought Michael Laughlin's old car or something like that, haha, or maybe I'm completely wrong and it was something else.

David McGraw is waaaaay faster and more technical, and the riffs on this album changed to incorporate a lot of catchier/melodic riffage, and also the lyrics are really cool to read and the artwork is sick, and Travis Ryan is one of the best vocalists around Hopefully they don't go downhill from here with their next album, but I can definitely see that happening.
23.01.2010 - 21:40
The masterpiece of all grindcore. Highlights:all of them esp. A Body Farm( the grooviest grindcore ever)
20.09.2011 - 13:50
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Definitely there is something special about this album. In every each song there is some brilliant parts.

Favorite song:
Tooth Enamel & Concrete
27.07.2012 - 06:39
Very good, but new album is better. Some really groovy, heavy stuff. A good introduction album.
22.02.2015 - 21:38
Rating: 9
High Fist Prog
When I first heard this I was deterred by the intricate and relentless brutality, but I've come to realise this is nearly as good as MoI. It's just as catchy, but in a different way - I feel this album is proggier in some ways

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