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Cryptopsy - The Book Of Suffering - Tome 1 [EP]

8.1 | 61 votes |
Release date: 30 October 2015
Style: Brutal death metal, Technical death metal


52 have it
11 want it

01. Detritus (The One They Kept)
02. The Knife, The Head And What Remains
03. Halothane Glow
04. Framed By Blood

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06.10.2015 - 20:58
Rating: 10

Detritus is Amazing! Hope the other tracks will be awesome as well!
28.10.2015 - 22:24
Rating: 10

I took part at the crowdfunding and got my digital download! Well I only heard it once (because I just downloaded it), but I can already say that this EP is a beast. Amazing! I'd give this a 9.5. The last record was already a great improvement from the unspoken king, but this one is even better. Matt McGachy's vocals are amazing on this one (honestly he improved a lot!). His vocals are a lot lower on this one and are a hybrid of Lord Worm's and DiSalvo's vocals (I know he is not Lord Worm, but he got his own style, which is very good as well). The vocals got a lot of power as well. Chris, Oli and of course Flo do a great job. Extremely technical and brutal death metal \m/ (edit: I listened to it a couple of times now and it is still amazing). My favourite track is Framed by Blood.
29.10.2015 - 22:39
Bad English
Tage Westerlund
Don't hear anything special here ;(
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30.10.2015 - 14:53
Rating: 10

Written by Bad English on 29.10.2015 at 22:39

Don't hear anything special here ;(

It may not be none so vile, but it is their best release with Matt McGachy (in my opinion).
03.11.2015 - 04:35
Rating: 9
Stamp Tramp
U jam? This album definitely does.
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03.07.2019 - 14:55
Rating: 8
Love the two part/double EP format. Only got round to hearing this recently, but the "diptych" rips.

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