Encryptor | Encryption (1999-2006)

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Encryption (1999-2006)

by Encryptor

Brutal budgeoning death/grind in the vein of Six Feet Under, Cannibal Corpse, and early Mortification.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Grindcore
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1. Infernal Catastrophy
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4:32 album only
2. Post Mortem Soul
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5:23 album only
3. Prophecy of Infinity
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2:40 album only
4. Portal of Demonic Torment
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3:37 album only
5. The Price of Submission
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4:10 album only
6. Into the Lives of the Unblessed
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3:53 album only
7. Misfortuned at Birth
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6:46 album only
8. Drowning in Ignorance
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4:58 album only
9. Rebrutalization
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4:44 album only
10. Sermon Decay
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4:22 album only
11. Horrific Engenderment
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2:33 album only
12. Vomit Congregation
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3:27 album only
13. Everything Must Decompose
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14. Bloodflow Toward Salvation
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15. He Was Beheaded
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Album Notes
Even though Bombworks Records released an earlier version of this album in April of 2005 that included both of Encryptor's releases - Drowning in Flesh & Sermon Decay - a bonus track, and a track by the band Nocturnal Faith, Encryptor felt that the re-release didn't really do them justice due to the songs being re-released in the same manner that they were originally recorded. So, this time the band re-released this slightly different version with re-mastered and re-edited songs, completely new artwork, slightly different song arrangement and tracklisting, and a new bonus track not on the previous release.

The biggest difference here is the production. While it's still not a world-class recording, the level of consistency between tracks, which had been pretty bad, is much better. This is still underground stuff, but it's received a much-deserved facelift. This is ultra-brutal death grind that actually sounds decent now for the most part instead of being completely muddy in some places and mega thin in others.

And finally, as I stated above, the lyrics are included this time around and the artwork, while good on the last release, is much better this time around. As much as I love the guys at Bombworks, if you haven't picked up this release yet, I'd go with this newer version. And if you are a big Encryptor fan and already have the first re-release...you may or may not find enough here to convince you to spend the extra money. Either way, here's hoping the next Encryptor release is a full length with all new material.


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Pier Paolo Conconi