GRAVE: "Back From The Grave" Bonus CD Details Unveiled
Swedish death metal veterans GRAVE have set October 21st as the release date for their much-anticipated comeback album, entitled Back From The Grave, through Century Media Records. The initial pressing of the album will apparently come as a double CD, and will include a special compilation of the band's 1988-1989 demos. The full track listing for the 52-minute bonus CD is as follows:
01. Into The Grave (6:14)
02. Annihilated Gods (5:04)
03. Infernal Massacre (6:11)
04. Deformed (5:58)
05. Reality Of Life (3:34)
06. Morbid Way To Die (4:37)
07. Sexual Mutilation (4:41)
08. Extremely Rotten Flesh (4:34)
09. Brutally Deceased (3:52)
10. Septic Excrements (3:05)
11. Reborn Miscarriage (3:57)
Tracks 01-03 are from the 1988 Sick Disgust Eternal demo.
Tracks 04-07 are from the 1989 Sexual Mutilation demo.
Tracks 08-11 are from the 1989 Anatomia Corporis Humani demo.
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