MALEVOLENT CREATION: 'Essentials' Three-Disc Collection Due In February

Crash Music has set a February 24 release date for a limited-edition digipack from legendary Florida extreme metallers MALEVOLENT CREATION entitled "Essentials". The package features 38 tracks on three discs, with over 110 minutes of "pure brutality."

The track listing for the set is as follows:

Disc 1:

01. No Salvation
02. Blood Brothers
03. Infernal Desire
04. Living In Fear
05. Unearthly
06. Enslaved
07. Alliance Or War
08. They Breed
09. To Kill
10. Hideous Reprisal
11. Etenal
12. Tasteful Agony

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Disc 2:

01. To Die At Hand
02. Manic Demise
03. Instinct Evolved
04. Dissect The Eradicated
05. Mass Graves
06. The Fine Art Of Murder
07. Bone Exposed
08. Purge
09. Fracture
10. Rictus Surreal
11. Scorned
12. Day Of Lamentation
13. Scattered Flesh

Disc 3:

01. Nocturnal Overload
02. Prophecy
03. Compulsive
04. Narcotic Genocide
05. Violated
06. Leech
07. In Cold Blood
08. Vision Of Malice
09. Ill II
10. Preyed Upon
11. Millions
12. Condemned
13. Seizure

MALEVOLENT CREATION's "Lost Commandments" DVD was released in August 2008 in Europe via Massacre Records. The one-hour, 45-minute disc features two complete shows from the band — Party.San Open Air festival (August 9-11, 2007 in Bad Berka, Germany) and Paris, France (2004).

MALEVOLENT CREATION's latest album, "Doomsday X", was released in the U.S. in July 2007 via Nuclear Blast Records and in Europe in August 2007 via Massacre Records. The CD was recorded and engineered at Mercury Recording Studios in Pompano Beach, Florida by longtime friend and producer (and sometimes session member) Gus Rios, and is said to be the most diverse MALEVOLENT CREATION album recorded to date and "without a doubt their fastest!!" Mick Thomson, guitarist for SLIPKNOT, contributed a "ripping" guitar solo to the song "Deliver My Enemy".

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