Dahmer (album)

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Dahmer
Studio album by Macabre
Released October 31, 2000
Recorded Village Productions, Tornillo, TX, September 9–22, 1999
Genre metal, thrash metal, grindcore, punk rock
Length 51:57
Producer Neil Kernon
Macabre chronology
Unabomber
(1999)
Dahmer
(2000)
Murder Metal
(2003)

Dahmer is a concept album by American grindcore/death metal band Macabre about Jeffrey Dahmer released in 2000. The songs comprise a biography of the life of Jeffrey Dahmer; therefore they are in chronological order.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Dog Guts" – 3:15
  2. "Hitchhiker" – 3:30
  3. "In the Army Now" – 1:29
  4. "Grandmother's House" – 2:27
  5. "Blood Bank" – 2:17
  6. "Exposure" – 2:15
  7. "Ambassador Hotel" – 3:52
  8. "How 'Bout Some Coffee" – 1:58
  9. "Bath House" – 1:53
  10. "Jeffrey Dahmer and the Chocolate Factory" – 1:01
  11. "Apartment 213" – 2:38
  12. "Drill Bit Lobotomy" – 1:39
  13. "Jeffrey Dahmer Blues" – 2:28
  14. "McDahmers" – 1:30
  15. "Into the Toilet with You" – 1:43
  16. "Coming to Chicago" – 1:36
  17. "Scrub a Dub Dub" – 3:23
  18. "Konerak" – 1:51
  19. "Media Circus" – 0:22
  20. "Temple of Bones" – 1:39
  21. "Trial" – 2:04
  22. "Do the Dahmer" – 1:35
  23. "Baptized" – 1:31
  24. "Christopher Scarver" – 2:23
  25. "Dahmer's Dead" – 0:33
  26. "The Brain" – 1:17

Influences[edit]

Several songs take the tune of popular American songs and attach different lyrics to them:

Many of the songs also allude to aspects of American popular culture, examples being how "McDahmers" refers to the McDonald's Corporation and its use of McWords as well as its former slogan of being "a happy place".

Credits[edit]

  • Corporate Death - Guitars, Vocals
  • Nefarious - Bass, Vocals
  • Dennis The Menace - Drums
  • Neil Kernon - Production

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