OPPROBRIUM's 'Discerning Forces' To Be Reissued

Metal Mind Productions will reissue "Discerning Forces", the 2000 debut album from the Brazilian death/thrash band OPPROBRIUM (formerly INCUBUS), on June 23 in Europe and August 5 in the USA (via MVD). The digipack title (limited to 2,000 copies) will be made available on golden disc, digitally remastered using 24-bit technology.

According to a press release, "the music on 'Discerning Forces' is an old-school death/thrash metal feast tracks such as 'Unclean', 'Escapism', 'Merciless Torture' and the closing tune 'Awaken To The Filth' bring back the best traditions of extreme music and spice it up with a hint of Brazilian blood. The really intriguing part of the album, however, were the lyrics, conjoining such contrary topics as violence and Christianity (which was one of the reason for the comparisons with MORTIFICATION). But even without the controversial lyrical content, the album proved to be a solid piece of crushing metal annihilation."

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