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Pyorrhoea - The Eleventh: Thou Shalt Be My Slave

8.3 | 6 votes |
Release date: 25 April 2006
Style: Death metal, Grindcore


11 have it

01. Blow
02. Rules Of Slavery
03. Stolen Freedom
04. Miserable Existence
05. Hidden Under Sanctity
06. Bad Monk
07. Natural Born Enemies
08. Your Master - Your God
09. Liberation
10. Nothing He Can Do
11. Everlusting
12. Far From Truth
13. Forbidden Extasy
14. Rape

Krzysztof "Chryste" Rzetecki - vocals
Łukasz "Lucas" Musiuk - guitars
Adrian "A.D. Gore" Słojewski - guitars
Cyprian Konador - bass
Krzysztof "Desecrate" Szałkowski - drums

Additional info
Recorded @ Hertz Studios, Białystok, Poland.
Label: Empire Records 2006.

Re-released by Metal Mind Productions 9th June 2008 in Europe and 2nd September 2008 in USA.
Length: 36:51

Staff review by
Even if the band has changed some member of its line-up, I don't think that Pyorrhoea will become a lot more famous through the release of this "The Eleventh Thou Shalt be my Slave". The proof is that this album was already released in 2006 through Empire Records and this new edition, this time released by Metal Mind, and still, not a lot of people know them? The thing is that when you play Brutal Death and Grindcore you have to do something really original to be popular and it's not the case of Pyorrhoea.

published 28.07.2008 | Comments (0)


Comments: 1   Visited by: 15 users
06.10.2011 - 23:55
Rating: 9

It's maybe not Vader or Behemoth but this Pyorrhoea's album is full of great stuff! Perfect blasts, super heavy sound, surprising riffs. Not whole album is on same high level, but some tracks are really great. Rules of Slavery become my favorite mobile phone ringtone And I'm sure it's underestimated.
Don't look for solution - look for EXIT!

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