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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 1:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

speedevilucifer wrote:
Warcrust wrote:
speedevilucifer wrote:
From where this Mutilated record is still available?
This Master album is by far their best.The definition of death metal!


What is that Master? What does it contain and who released it?


I think it's 1985 unreleased album.Total death metal mayhem.
I have this on cd ,been thinking to buy the record for a while but I think it may be too much.Cd is enough.
If you don't own this,grab it right now.


Yeah I also have the From Beyond CD but never seen that cover/version before. Is it a recent reissue? Because I always thought vinyl has the same cover as the CD. Old Master is brilliant! One of the best death metal ever!!!
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 1:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Warcrust wrote:
speedevilucifer wrote:
Warcrust wrote:
speedevilucifer wrote:
From where this Mutilated record is still available?
This Master album is by far their best.The definition of death metal!


What is that Master? What does it contain and who released it?


I think it's 1985 unreleased album.Total death metal mayhem.
I have this on cd ,been thinking to buy the record for a while but I think it may be too much.Cd is enough.
If you don't own this,grab it right now.


Yeah I also have the From Beyond CD but never seen that cover/version before. Is it a recent reissue? Because I always thought vinyl has the same cover as the CD. Old Master is brilliant! One of the best death metal ever!!!


Found one description.Nothing special except the artwork,in comparison with the cd.
Yes ,for me this material is equal with Death,Autopsy,Slaughter etc.
Mangled Dehumanization,Unknown Soldier and Funeral Bitch cannot be repeated!
Far far better than their next albums.

''This is the story of an album that refuses to die, no matter what. This is the story of MASTER‘s doomed-from-the-start first attempt at recording a full-length… See, when the band (then already led by Paul Speckmann on bass and vocals and completed Chris Mittleburn on guitar and Bill Schmidt on drums) had signed with legendary US company COMBAT RECORDS on December 31st, 1984, the plan was to get into the studio asap in order to lay on tape whatever material the band had in store back then, including „Mangled Dehumanization“ and „Re-Entry and Destruction“ recorded with DEATHSTRIKE few months prior. Having recently lost his father, Speckmann vowed to invest all the money he got from the inheritance and the band locked themselves up in Seagrape studio. Alas, soon disagreements rose with COMBAT and in the middle of the session, their recording contract was cancelled, leaving them no choice but to abort the whole project after seven tracks had been recorded. Although the result was never officially released until much later, rough mixes soon circulated through the tape-trading circuit, making a huge impression on many future big names of the genre, like Mick Harris from NAPALM DEATH, Bill Steer of CARCASS fame, Nicke Andersson from NIHILIST/ENTOMBED and so on. Even if most of those tracks were re-recorded five years later for MASTER‘s proper debut album, many fans still hold those original and raw versions as the ultimate MASTER recording. Regardless of the fact that these songs have been issued officially twice on CD - ten years ago by DISPLEASED RECORDS as ‚Unreleased Album‘ and earlier this year by VIC RECORDS, this time around they are being released under the new moniker ‚Unknown Soldier‘ with an exclusive cover done by Mark Riddick. This is the first timethese tracks are being made available on vinyl. Even if it includes the same four bonus tracks as the CD version, to make it even more special, it‘s been once again given a new title (‚Funeral Bitch‘) and a new, more fitting and blasphemous artwork, rounded up with the usual high quality standards DOOMENTIA is known for. So, as Speckmann said it himself in the song that gave the band its name: „We are your Masters/So set your soul free!“''
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 3:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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that is fucking COOL!
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 3:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Family Man is such a good record Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 4:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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that is fucking COOL!


Thanks. People were looking at me funny when I immediately ripped off the shrink-wrap, I think most of the people buying the record were just doing it to put in on their shelf but not me. I wanted to play it ASAP and since the opportunity was there I figured autographs were appropriate, especially for a fanboy such as myself.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 5:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Couple of things:

Paradise Lost - "Gothic"
Amorphis - "Privilege of Evil"
Coil - "Horse Rotorvator"
Coil - "Love's secret domain"

and this:



The soundtrack for the Judge Dredd film they made last year was originally going to be done by Geoff Barrow from Portishead. For reasons similar to the whole Hellraiser soundtrack fiasco with COIL, it wasn't used on the film but was released anyway. It's really cool analog synth stuff - had to grab it as I'm a massive fan of both Portishead and Judge Dredd.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 11:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

speedevilucifer wrote:
Warcrust wrote:
speedevilucifer wrote:
Warcrust wrote:
speedevilucifer wrote:
From where this Mutilated record is still available?
This Master album is by far their best.The definition of death metal!


What is that Master? What does it contain and who released it?


I think it's 1985 unreleased album.Total death metal mayhem.
I have this on cd ,been thinking to buy the record for a while but I think it may be too much.Cd is enough.
If you don't own this,grab it right now.


Yeah I also have the From Beyond CD but never seen that cover/version before. Is it a recent reissue? Because I always thought vinyl has the same cover as the CD. Old Master is brilliant! One of the best death metal ever!!!


Found one description.Nothing special except the artwork,in comparison with the cd.
Yes ,for me this material is equal with Death,Autopsy,Slaughter etc.
Mangled Dehumanization,Unknown Soldier and Funeral Bitch cannot be repeated!
Far far better than their next albums.

''This is the story of an album that refuses to die, no matter what. This is the story of MASTER‘s doomed-from-the-start first attempt at recording a full-length… See, when the band (then already led by Paul Speckmann on bass and vocals and completed Chris Mittleburn on guitar and Bill Schmidt on drums) had signed with legendary US company COMBAT RECORDS on December 31st, 1984, the plan was to get into the studio asap in order to lay on tape whatever material the band had in store back then, including „Mangled Dehumanization“ and „Re-Entry and Destruction“ recorded with DEATHSTRIKE few months prior. Having recently lost his father, Speckmann vowed to invest all the money he got from the inheritance and the band locked themselves up in Seagrape studio. Alas, soon disagreements rose with COMBAT and in the middle of the session, their recording contract was cancelled, leaving them no choice but to abort the whole project after seven tracks had been recorded. Although the result was never officially released until much later, rough mixes soon circulated through the tape-trading circuit, making a huge impression on many future big names of the genre, like Mick Harris from NAPALM DEATH, Bill Steer of CARCASS fame, Nicke Andersson from NIHILIST/ENTOMBED and so on. Even if most of those tracks were re-recorded five years later for MASTER‘s proper debut album, many fans still hold those original and raw versions as the ultimate MASTER recording. Regardless of the fact that these songs have been issued officially twice on CD - ten years ago by DISPLEASED RECORDS as ‚Unreleased Album‘ and earlier this year by VIC RECORDS, this time around they are being released under the new moniker ‚Unknown Soldier‘ with an exclusive cover done by Mark Riddick. This is the first timethese tracks are being made available on vinyl. Even if it includes the same four bonus tracks as the CD version, to make it even more special, it‘s been once again given a new title (‚Funeral Bitch‘) and a new, more fitting and blasphemous artwork, rounded up with the usual high quality standards DOOMENTIA is known for. So, as Speckmann said it himself in the song that gave the band its name: „We are your Masters/So set your soul free!“''


Thanks for the infos! As I said I love this record but I don't think it's better than the self-titled. They are on the same level. Though Master is flawless up to and including Collection of Souls. But of course my faves are the Unreleased and Master (and the Deathstirke album ) Cool
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 6:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What's the two records from the right in the first picture, first row? Thanks.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 6:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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What's the two records from the right in the first picture, first row? Thanks.


Leeches of Lore - Frenzy, Ecstasy
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 6:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Is that Clannad record hard to come by?
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 7:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Is that Clannad record hard to come by?


No I wouldn't say so. I bought it at a record fair for 5 €
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