Death stream Leprosy reissue

2014-04-22 by Voivod STAFF | 22 Comments
Relapse Records is streaming the reissue of Death's sophomore album Leprosy plus bonus material at Blabbermouth through SoundCloud.

The Leprosy reissue will see an official release on April 29.

Detailed info about the content of the reissue and album stream can be found here: http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/death-entire-leprosy-reissue-available-for-streaming/

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alpherbethegamow
April 22nd 2014
34 Comments


sweet news....loved leprosy

Judio!
Contributing Reviewer
April 22nd 2014
7337 Comments


WHY DON'T YOU

dun-dun-dun-dun

PULL THE PLUUUUUUG!!!

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Gmork89
April 22nd 2014
5777 Comments


Didn't know this was happening, intrigued.

Grindalicious
April 22nd 2014
149 Comments


it's fucking HUGE!

emester
April 22nd 2014
5808 Comments


inb4 Pillowguy

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Scoot
April 22nd 2014
18197 Comments


this one gets underrated

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NinoKuni
April 22nd 2014
198 Comments


Must scoop this up immediately. Best Death album

BMDrummer
April 22nd 2014
12316 Comments


Sweet, will probably get a vinyl copy. Album is so underrated.

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SharkTooth
April 22nd 2014
9127 Comments


Pillowguy's coming, so set up your defenses.

BMDrummer
April 22nd 2014
12316 Comments


If he's still around when they do something like this for TSOP, the whole thread would just be him spamming saying "TSOP is terrible!"

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
April 22nd 2014
19648 Comments


relapse can go eat a dick every single one of their remasters have sounded like shit they just give it to some dickhead producer whos just like "you know what could be louder in this mix EVERYTHING" and then say its better

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NinoKuni
April 22nd 2014
198 Comments


It sounds excellent to me...

laucha1266
April 22nd 2014
278 Comments


its fine i guess, but whats up with having to raise the volume on a already great mix?

ultimatethrasher
April 22nd 2014
175 Comments


I know right

Balerion
April 22nd 2014
810 Comments


Where is pillowguy?

InFlamesWeThrash666
April 22nd 2014
2137 Comments


Shhhh he might be sleeping

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KILL
April 22nd 2014
73904 Comments


no remix? not even worth a listen

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
April 22nd 2014
6693 Comments


Heard "Pull The Plug" from the album's Bandcamp location and the sound is better/denser than the Century Media reissue.

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PillowGuy
April 22nd 2014
202 Comments


At least it's not TSOP.

Epilogue
April 22nd 2014
1652 Comments


why would tsop need a remaster/reissue its perfect the way it is

Mabbitt
April 23rd 2014
1396 Comments


Sounded pretty nice to me, and cool that they included a live version from Rochester

Ire
April 23rd 2014
41859 Comments


agreed so hard with hype



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