DEVOURMENT: '1.3.8.' Vinyl To Include Demo Cuts, Previously Unreleased Material

Night of the Vinyl Dead has announced the upcoming release of the vinyl edition of DEVOURMENT's "1.3.8." LP. The record is strictly limited to 500 hand-numbered copies and contains DEVOURMENT's first album "Molesting the Decapitated" plus three demo songs and one previously unreleased song, "Babykiller". However, it should be noted that this LP will **NOT** be available for North America.

"1.3.8." track listing:

Side A:

01. Baby Killer (New Song)
02. Shroud of Encryption (Demo)
03. Festering Vomitous Mass (Demo)
04. Chocking on Bile (Demo)
05. Festering Vomitous Mass
06. Postmortal Coprophagia

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Side B:

01. Chocking on Bile
02. Molesting the Decapitated
03. Self Disembowelement
04. Fucked to Death
05. Devour the Damned
06. Shroud of Encryption

For more information, visit www.nightofthevinyldead.com.

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