AUTOPSY's 'Acts Of The Unspeakable' To be Released On Limited-Edition Yellow Vinyl
"Acts Of The Unspeakable", the classic third album from Californian gore metallers AUTOPSY, will be made available on limited-edition yellow vinyl with gatefold sleeve (numbered to 2000 copies) on June 20 via Peaceville.
"Acts Of The Unspeakable" surfaced in October 1992 to widespread delight and fury. The press and fans adored the album, with artwork and lyrics loosely mirroring concepts similar to Hieronymous Bosch. The authorities didn't quite see things in the same way as copies of the album and T-shirts (based on album artwork) were seized the world over. This only added to the reputation of the band, with "Acts" being lauded as the definitive AUTOPSY album.
02. Necrocannibalistic Vomitorium
03. Your Rotting Face
04. Blackness Within
05. An Act Of The Unspeakable
06. Frozen With Fear
07. Spinal Extractions
08. Death Twitch
01. Pus / Rot
02. Battery Acid Enema
05. Tortured Moans Of Agony
06. Ugliness & Secretions
07. Orgy In Excrements
09. Walls Of The Coffin
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