Hypocrisy Announces 2CD Re-Release "Penetralia + Osculum Obscenum"
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After the release of Hypocrisy's new album “End Of Disclosure” in March, the decision was made to re-release the classic albums “Penetralia + Osculum Obscenum,” remastered and enriched with extensive bonus material, as a limited 2 CD box.
The set will be released on July 12th, 2013 via Nuclear Blast. The following press release was also issued:
"In 1992 the band signed its first contract with Nuclear Blast Records and released its monumental debut 'Penetralia.' It marks the only time that the band functioned as a five-piece. This album displays a strong influence from American Death Metal. The follow-up 'Osculum Obscenum' (1993) marked another milestone in the history of crushing extreme death metal. This album is evil and dark Black/Death Metal the way it should be. When compared to other death metal albums of the same period, this absolutely kills nearly everything. Eerie guitar work, hellish screams, epic riffs..."
The track listing is as follows:
CD 1 - Penetralia (remastered + live bonus)
1. Impotent God
2. Suffering Souls
4. Jesus Fall
5. God Is A Lie
6. Left To Rot
7. Burn By The Cross
8. To Escape Is To Die
9. Take The Throne
11. Left To Rot (live)
12. God Is A Lie (live)
CD 2 - Osculum Obscenum (remastered + live bonus)
1. Pleasure of Molestation
2. Exclamation of a Necrofag
3. Osculum Obscenum
5. Black Metal (Venom cover song)
6. Inferior Devoties
7. Infant Sacrifices
8. Attachment to the Ancestor
10. Pleasure Of Molestation (live)
11. Osculum Obscenum (live)
12. Necronomicon (live)
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