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Souls to Deny

Suffocation

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
April 27th, 2004
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Relapse Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
11 reviews (avg. 81%)
1. Deceit 04:40   Show lyrics
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2. To Weep Once More 04:31   Show lyrics
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3. Souls to Deny 05:45   Show lyrics
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4. Surgery of Impalement 03:51   Show lyrics
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5. Demise of the Clone 04:36   Show lyrics
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6. Subconsciously Enslaved 04:24   Show lyrics
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7. Immortally Condemned 06:03   Show lyrics
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8. Tomes of Acrimony 04:30   Show lyrics
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Band members
Frank Mullen Vocals
Guy Marchais Guitars
Terrance Hobbs Guitars, Bass
Mike Smith Drums, Bass
Miscellaneous staff
Dan Seagrave Cover art
Joe Cincotta Engineering, Mixing
Scott Hull Mastering
David Ungar Photography (band)
Keith DeVito Lyrics (track 8)
Frank Mullen Vocals
Guy Marchais Guitars
Terrance Hobbs Guitars, Bass
Mike Smith Drums, Bass
Dan Seagrave Cover art
Joe Cincotta Engineering, Mixing
Scott Hull Mastering
David Ungar Photography (band)
Keith DeVito Lyrics (track 8)
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Read This is quite good... 86% Snxke May 20th, 2004
Read Not Particularly Impressed 75% SomberOracle May 3rd, 2004
Read Destined to be praised... 79% Xenocide April 30th, 2004
Read I'm fuckin speechless...... 90% chaossphere April 6th, 2004
Read Nothing special, but I... 75% Sportswear April 3rd, 2004

Catalogue # RR 6586-2

Recorded Jan 2004-Feb 2004 at FullForce Studio, Port Jefferson N.Y.
Mastered at Visceral Sound.
Engineered and mixed by Joe Cincotta and Suffocation.
Produced by Suffocation.
Arranged by Suffocation.
Music and lyrics by Suffocation.

Mike and Terrance played bass on this album due to Josh Barohn being ejected from the band before the recording process.

A music video was made for the song "Surgery of Impalement".

The title track was featured on the soundtrack to Uwe Boll's 2005 film "Alone in the Dark" (2CD release by Nuclear Blast).

Vinyl pressings:
- 100 clear
- 400 blue
- 500 white
- 1000 black (180g)

Added by: HowDisgusting Modified by: gothic_metal
Added on: 2004-03-06 15:36:49 Last modified on: 2013-10-16 00:08:38
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