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Exploiting Dysfunction

by Cephalic Carnage

Exploiting Dysfunction by Cephalic Carnage

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Exploiting Dysfunction

by Cephalic Carnage

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Label: Relapse Records
This year 2000 tour de force from the grindcore samurais features approximately 1,000 topped-out stretches of outright heaviness on a level rarely attained in music, let alone committed to a recording. For proof, check the first 10 seconds of the album. From there Cephalic Carnage rein in and unleash cyclones of power and technical ability with, uh, extreme prejudice. Many lyrics about marijuana, sound clips from Goodfellas, brain-folding gear shifts and guitars so overly distorted they actually blot out the rest of the band will keep even the most A.D.D.-afflicted freak-metal fan busy.

About This Album

This year 2000 tour de force from the grindcore samurais features approximately 1,000 topped-out stretches of outright heaviness on a level rarely attained in music, let alone committed to a recording. For proof, check the first 10 seconds of the album. From there Cephalic Carnage rein in and unleash cyclones of power and technical ability with, uh, extreme prejudice. Many lyrics about marijuana, sound clips from Goodfellas, brain-folding gear shifts and guitars so overly distorted they actually blot out the rest of the band will keep even the most A.D.D.-afflicted freak-metal fan busy.

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About This Album

This year 2000 tour de force from the grindcore samurais features approximately 1,000 topped-out stretches of outright heaviness on a level rarely attained in music, let alone committed to a recording. For proof, check the first 10 seconds of the album. From there Cephalic Carnage rein in and unleash cyclones of power and technical ability with, uh, extreme prejudice. Many lyrics about marijuana, sound clips from Goodfellas, brain-folding gear shifts and guitars so overly distorted they actually blot out the rest of the band will keep even the most A.D.D.-afflicted freak-metal fan busy.