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Live, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. With Their Flesh He'll Create (2:50)
2. Condemned To Obscurity (4:16)
3. Orphans of Sickness (5:11)
4. Bodily Corrupted (3:29)
5. The Erosion of Sanity (4:50)
6. Inoculated Life (3:44)
7. Hideous Infirmity (4:08)
8. Dormant Misery (3:55)

Total Time 32:23


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Line-up / Musicians

- Luc Lemay / Vocals, lead guitar, acoustic guitar
- Sylvain Marcoux / Lead guitar
- Eric Giguere / Bass
- Stephane Provencher / Drums

Releases information

Label: Pro Disk

First Official GORGUTS Live Recording. Recorded in 1993, Re-Mastered by:
Jean-Philippe Latour @ Studio "EN-PHASE" (Montreal) Sept 2006.

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1 stars An official live album with bootleg quality. Not many pennies was spent on this recording. The result is a very annoying drum sound which dominates the sound. The bass is too much in the front of the mix too and the guitars are still hiding somewhere in Rotterdam. They are more or less not on ... (read more)

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