Apofigeus | Autopsy Room Number 4 (Live: August 2004)

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Autopsy Room Number 4 (Live: August 2004)

by Apofigeus

Half Instrumental, half song, improvisational Death Metal, Grindcore with elements of melodic metal and power metal.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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1. Nagem (Instrumental)
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3:41 album only
2. Black Blood
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3:13 album only
3. Ad Brbtadg (Instrumental improvisation)
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15:28 album only
4. Decapitation
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3:52 album only
5. Autopsy Room Number Four (Improvisation)
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2:45 album only
6. Stomachpain (Instrumental)
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2:05 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Our band started out as a Hardcore band in October 2003. It was called Volosnankovy Zuzik, which in parodied Polish means Hairy Bumblebee. We did about 5 dozen songs, quite a few live shows, but eventually the band fell apart. I - the lead singer and the guitarist joined my fourth band called P.I.G. whose cd is going to arrive soon (it's much more experienced and more developed band than this one). Our rhythm guitarist joined another band which doesnt even have a name yet, but theyre relatively new. All of our members are currently freshmen. So I and the bassist from Volosnankovy Zuzik decided to gather together with the drummer Michael Gorgol and do a live party with a harcore band Koala and play our main song (Nagem) with a few impros. If you find the drum sound a bit strange, dont get scared, its an electrical drum set. hehe We barely got through the Ad Brbtadg cause it required quite some skills and when Andrew went crazy on bass he had to stop a few times to let his wrist rest. haha It was quite a lot of fun to play that concert. It definetely has a lot of mess ups but since most of the show was improvisational some of those could be excused. I had set up the recording equipment and here it is - our first self-released live album.


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Kaitlin Holtzinger

These guys play wonderful music and they just kick ae$s
These guys really can improvise and play great metal. Nagem is definetely the best song and has really great solos and melodies. Ad Brbtadg could have been shorter or divided in two or three parts. This CD is just 30 minutes of pure improvisational death metal and mathcore pleasure. buy this CD if you're a fan of king crimson Dysrhythmia or cannibal corpse and you will not be dissapointed. It is true that the drums sound pretty weird but the drummer plays extremely well and as well as other members of the band.