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Band
Gorelord
Title
Zombie Suicide Part 666
Type
LP/EP
Company
Season of Mist
YOR
2002
Style
Death
2/27/2003 - Review by: Nate Turpin
Gorelord - Zombie Suicide Part 666 - reviewed by: Souldestroyer

Track Listing
1. The stench of flesh decomposing
2. Screams choked to silence
3. Dreams of the macabre
4. Horror gore & unreligion
5. Outback
6. Shrieks of the undead
7. Cumfucked face of death
8. Four ways to heaven one way to hell
9. I am master here

Alive when fucking the dead (demo track)
Necrophilic orgy in entrails & cum (demo track)
Yeah ok so this is Simplistic Death Metal. But you know what, sometimes even the simplest of metal can be the most effective. I personally don't need flashy guitar riffs in the cd to show me that yeah you can play a guitar, or that you want to show off your cock rock skills. Frediablo is back again on the second album for Gorelord. And I do have to say that this album is more refined than the last effort. Just imagine Vulgar Display of Power era Pantera mixed with Death metal crunch, black metal and death metal grunts, and thats what you get with Gorelord. Catchy songwriting, gross out lyrics that were to disturbing to make liner notes for and there you have it. Although I do have to say that the last two tracks on the album were not needed as bonuses, the two tracks are already on the first album and are horribly recorded, hence the title "demo tracks". And I can see why. Strongest songs on the album: Screams choked to Silence, Horror, Gore & Unreligion, Outback and I am Master Here. Of course no album would be complete without an acoustic track: Outback. For me that really threw me for a loop, seeing as how the hole album crushes everything, then I get to this song and I suddenly want to just mellow out, and then BAM!!!!!!!!!! Another crusher comes out. All in all a fine purchase.

Rating 9 out of 10 --Souldestroyer 1.27.03
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ALL REVIEWS FOR: GORELORD
TITLE
DOR
COMPANY
REVIEWER DATE MADE RATING
Zombie Suicide Part 666
2002
Season of Mist
Nate Turpin2/27/2003
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ALL INTERVIEWS FOR: GORELORD
INTERVIEW INTERVIEWER DATE TAGLINE
FrediabloSouldestroyer3/2/2003

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