Release date: 13 December 1993
Style: Death metal


8.5 | 19 votes


28 have it
3 want it

01. Into Nowhere
02. Lost
03. Teardrops
04. Ashes Of Mourning Life
05. Spawn Of Flesh
06. Lamentation
07. In Grief
08. Consumed By Darkness [2000 reissue bonus]
09. Ceased To Be [2000 reissue bonus]
10. Spawn Of Flesh [2000 reissue bonus]

Lyrics (7)

Jonas Stålhammar - guitars
Ola Sjöberg - guitars
Per Boder - vocals
Tomas Johansson - bass
Niklas Nilsson - drums

Additional info
Remixed and remastered in 2000, and reissued by Relapse Records with slightly altered artwork in 2002. This version comes with three bonus tracks from the Macabre End demo/EP.

The vinyl reissue on Blood Harvest Records includes the same bonus tracks.

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@gent_-_orange The @gents Old School Death Metal / Not So Old School Grindcore List  | #70
Vasil de Shumen MOST OVERLOOKED Albums of All Time  | #65
Fearmeister The Five Points of the Pentagram, Point 2: Death Metal  | #190
RaduP One-album Metal Wonders  | #44
BurbotsRevenge Old School Death Metal Lives On!!  | #25
vezzy 21 More Death Metal Opuses (The Vndergrovnd Edition)  | #9
gnimas "The Golden Years Of Death Metal"  | #31
Dangerboner Top 25 Albums Of 1993  | #18
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vezzy - 07.10.2010 at 18:06  
  Definitely one of the more unique and gloomy albums to come out of the old school Swedish death metal scene.
Frank Comstock - 30.09.2014 at 22:29  
Rating: 9 Amazing, top tier Old School Swedish Death Metal. Classic.
Alex F - 02.12.2014 at 03:05  
Rating: 9 This is probably among my favorite 90's death metal albums. Not a "greatest of all time" worthy album to me, but it's definitely a damn fantastic record.
Lit. - 02.12.2014 at 04:37  
  Word. One of the most underrated gems in early death metal, and definitely one of my favorites.
Dr. Strawberry - 31.03.2015 at 09:04  
Rating: 4 The music quality is average, the cover art is awful. One of the very overrated pioneer death metal bands.
Marcel Hubregtse - 31.03.2015 at 12:05  
  The music quality is great, the cover art is great. One of the very overlooked pioneers of Swedish death metal.
Cynic Metalhead - 31.03.2015 at 17:45  
  Once again God Buster proved he is awfully deaf.
Dr. Strawberry - 16.04.2015 at 09:00  
Rating: 4
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 31.03.2015 at 12:05

The music quality is great, the cover art is great. One of the very overlooked pioneers of Swedish death metal.

I respect your point of view. Extremely good taste ! Btw, you forgot to give it a rate !
Daggon - 09.05.2015 at 16:49  
Rating: 9 I discovered this album last year, have you ever thought "damn, Why I haven't listened to this before?!"
As Old-School as... well, something very Old-School hahaha.
Dr. Strawberry - 07.07.2015 at 10:12  
Rating: 4 Just listened to this again just now...sorry, I have to bring it down 1 more point (from 5 to 4)
The more I listened the harder for me to like it.
qlacs - 27.10.2016 at 23:51  
  I have to agree on that it's nothing new but it's really well executed.

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