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Cryptopsy Posts "The Best Of Us Bleed" Teaser Trailer

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Canada's Cryptopsy is returning with a devastating 2CD/digital download "best of" collection, entitled "The Best Of Us Bleed," to be released via Century Media Records on November 12th in Europe and November 19th in North America. A teaser video clip for the release has now been launched online and can be viewed below.

The track listing is as follows:

CD 1: "16 Stabwounds" (62:44)

1. Boden [2:51]
2. A Graceful Demise [4:25]
3. Holodomor [2:44]
4. Oh My Fucking God [3:28]
5. Worship Your Demons [2:06]
6. Silence The Tyrants [4:09]
7. The Headsmen [5:14]
8. Carrionshine [3:22]
9. The Pestilence That Walketh In Darkness (Psalm 91: 5-8) [3:26]
10. Endless Cemetery [5:17]
11. We Bleed [6:17]
12. Soar and Envision Sore Vision [3:29]
13. Voice Of Unreason [2:54]
14. Cold Hate, Warm Blood [3:53]
15. White Worms [3:41]
16. Emaciate [5:01]

CD 2: "Bury The Past Alive" (76:13)

1. Phobophile [4:38]
2. Slit Your Guts [4:00]
3. Crown Of Horns [3:57]
4. Defenestration [4:32]
5. Abigor [3:51]
6. Open Face Surgery - Live [4:38]
7. Graves Of The Fathers / Drum Solo - Live [8:09]
8. Shroud - Live [4:28]
9. Born Headless - Live [4:24]
10. Slit Your Guts - Live [5:30]
11. Cold Hate, Warm Blood - Live [4:13]
12. We Bleed - Live [6:02]
13. White Worms - Rehearsal [3:54]
14. Loathe - Rehearsal [5:10]
15. Depths You've Fallen - Rehearsal [4:18]
16. Cold Hate, Warm Blood - Rehearsal [4:07]

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1. Cynic writes:

Don't know why they went with this cover art, my first thought about Cryptopsy shouldn't be "Dethklok".

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2. MissHavoc writes:

I can but to notice how their new album resembles Neuraxis' 2 last ones. The same acoustic intros, identical breakdowns and jazzy solos (as I was listening to "Shag Harbour's Visitors", I really thought for a second I was listening to Neuraxis). With all the respect (I'm not saying that the latest release is a bad one, it's just that it sounds so Neuraxis deja vu) I think they'll never make solid piece as Non so Vile was.

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