None So Vile

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None So Vile
Studio album by Cryptopsy
Released July 3, 1996
Recorded December 1995 - January 1996 at Victor Studio, Montreal, Canada
Genre Technical death metal
Length 32:04
Label Wrong Again
Producer Pierre Rémillard and Cryptopsy
Cryptopsy chronology
Blasphemy Made Flesh
None So Vile
Whisper Supremacy
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Sputnikmusic 5/5 stars[2]

None So Vile is the second album by Cryptopsy, released on the now-defunct Wrong Again Records. The album was later reissued by Displeased Records and Century Media Records. It was re-released on vinyl in 2012 by War on Music.

None So Vile is the first album to feature bassist Eric Langois, and the last to feature vocalist Lord Worm, until his return on Once Was Not.

The cover artwork is a painting of Herodias with the Head of John the Baptist by Elisabetta Sirani. On some copies of the CD release, the spine of the case erroneously says "None To Vile".[citation needed]

The album starts with a sample from The Exorcist III and ends with a sample from Army of Darkness.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Crown of Horns"   3:57
2. "Slit Your Guts"   4:02
3. "Graves of the Fathers"   4:11
4. "Dead and Dripping"   3:53
5. "Benedictine Convulsions"   4:00
6. "Phobophile"   4:38
7. "Lichmistress"   2:31
8. "Orgiastic Disembowelment"   4:51
Total length:



Additional personnel[edit]

  • Eric Fiset – backing vocals
  • Steve Thibault – backing vocals
  • Simon Marsden – photography
  • Pierre Rémillard – production, engineering