Dead Embryonic Cells

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"Dead Embryonic Cells"
Sepultura - Dead Embryonic Cells.jpg
Single by Sepultura
from the album Arise
  • "Orgasmatron" (Motörhead cover)
  • "Troops of Doom" (new version)
Recorded1990–1991 at Morrisound Recording in Tampa, Florida
Producer(s)Scott Burns
Sepultura singles chronology
"Dead Embryonic Cells"
"Under Siege (Regnum Irae)"

"Dead Embryonic Cells" is Sepultura's second single, as well as the second of three to be released from the album Arise. A music video for the song was produced and can be found on the VHS release Third World Chaos,[1] which itself was released on DVD as part of Chaos DVD.[2] The video features footage of the band performing in the wilderness accompanied by imagery from the album.[3]

At this stage in their career, the band had recorded little material to be used as B-sides, which is why the Arise singles are so similar. This single and the next, "Under Siege (Regnum Irae)" have exactly the same artwork (a detail of the Arise album cover artwork by Michael Whelan) and B-sides.

The song appears on the Liberty City Hardcore station in both Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned[4] and Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City.[5] The station notably features Max Cavalera as the radio DJ.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Dead Embryonic Cells" (album version)
  2. "Orgasmatron" (Motörhead cover)
  3. "Troops of Doom" (This is the re-recorded version of the song which originally appeared on the album Morbid Visions.)



  1. ^ "We Are What We Are [VHS] (1988)".
  2. ^ "Sepultura - Chaos DVD (2002)".
  3. ^ Sepultura - Dead Embryonic Cells [OFFICIAL VIDEO] on YouTube
  4. ^ Grand Theft Auto Soundtrack: GTA IV - Liberty City Hardcore
  5. ^    Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City - Soundtrack Stream

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