Wardeath / Slaver / Serial Killer / Beyond The Grave - Brazilian Thrash Massacre flac album
Title: Brazilian Thrash Massacre
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Serial Killer (2). Hamas. 10. –Beyond The Grave. The Silence Of The Defeat. 11. 12.
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Brazilian Thrash Massacre (2007) by Beyond the Grave. Labels: Eternal Warfare Productions. Genres: Thrash Metal . Brazilian Thrash Massacre Information. Track listing (Songs). 1. Altar do Sacrifício.
Brazilian Thrash Massacre. Album Name Brazilian Thrash Massacre. Wydawcy Eternal Warfare. Styl muzycznyThrash Metal. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. 3. Devastação Nuclear. 7. Campos de Concentração. 8. HxDxPx (Hospital de Desrespeito Público). Split, 2007, Eternal Warfare. Album, March 2011, Kill Again Records. 2. The Wound Still Bleed. Speech of an Assyrian King. 4. The Shadow Killer. 5. The Terror Beyond (Instrumental).
Brazilian thrash metal is a regional scene of thrash metal music that originated during the 1980s in Brazil. Along with Bay Area thrash metal and Teutonic thrash metal, it was one of the major scenes of thrash metal in the 1980s.
Slayer specialized in writing about serial killers, including Ed Gein and Jeffrey Dahmer, but they also shocked and awed when addressing historical atrocities of war and terrorism, such as the Holocaust, Japanese prison camp torture and September 11th. Below are the most twisted and unnerving passages from some of Slayer's grisliest songs. Jeff Hanneman wrote "Angel of Death" about Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele, an Auschwitz physician who conducted barbaric human experiments on his victims, including stitching twins together back to back, gouging out the eyes of people with different-colored irises, and injecting foreign substances into patients to see how they reacted. What's most chilling about "Angel of Death" is that, while it doesn't glorify the atrocities, it describes them in vivid detail and channels the perverse, fevered curiosity of the infamous "butcher.
Ed Gein was a notorious killer and grave robber. He inspired the creation of several film characters, including Norman Bates ('Psycho'), Jame Gumb ('The Silence of the Lambs') and Leatherface ('Texas Chainsaw Massacre'). From bowls and cutlery all the way to gloves, Ed made just about everything from the skin of his victims and the bodies he exhumed from local graveyards. On November 16, 1957, Plainfield hardware store owner Bernice Worden disappeared, and police had reason to suspect Gein.
|1||–Wardeath||Altar Do Sacrifício|
|7||–Serial Killer||Campos de Concentração|
|8||–Serial Killer||HxDxPx (Hospital De Desrespeito Público)|
|10||–Beyond The Grave||The Silence Of The Defeat|
|11||–Beyond The Grave||Inquisition|
|12||–Beyond The Grave||Bloody Reign|