Gloom (album)

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Gloom
Studio album by Macabre
Released 1989
Recorded Chicago Recording Company June 1989
Genre Death metal, thrash metal, grindcore
Length 24:33
Label Vinyl Solutions
Macabre chronology
Grim Reality
(1987)
Gloom
(1989)
Sinister Slaughter
(1993)

Gloom is the debut album of Macabre, released in 1989. Several versions of this album exist. Some versions include the Grim Reality EP, other include a few live tracks and two songs from the Grim Reality EP.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Embalmer"
  2. "Trampled to Death" - The Who concert disaster
  3. "Holidays of Horror" - Ronald Gene Simmons
  4. "Fritz Haarmann the Butcher" - Fritz Haarmann
  5. "Evil Ole Soul" - Joachim Kroll
  6. "Harvey Glatman (Your Soul Will Forever Rot)" - Harvey Murray Glatman
  7. "McMassacre" - James Huberty
  8. "David Brom Took an Axe" - David Brom
  9. "Cremator" - Marcel Petiot
  10. "Nostradamus" - Nostradamus
  11. "I Need to Kill" - Joseph Kallinger
  12. "Ultra Violent"
  13. "Rat Man"
  14. "Hey Laurie Dann" - Laurie Dann
  15. "Patrick Purdy Killed Five and Wounded Thirty" - Patrick Purdy
  16. "Exhumer"
  17. "Dr. Holmes (He Stripped Their Bones)" - Herman Mudgett
  18. "The Green River Murderer (He's Still out There)" - Gary Ridgway
  19. "Funeral Home"
  20. "Disease" ¹
  21. "Natural Disaster" ¹
  22. "What the Heck Richard Speck (Eight Nurses You Wrecked)" ²
  23. "Ultra Violent" ²
  24. "Funeral Home" ²
  25. "Mr. Albert Fish (Was Children Your Favorite Dish?)" ²
  26. "Fritz Haarmann the Butcher" ²
  27. "Killing Spree" ²

¹ Taken from Grim Reality
² Recorded live in April 1986

Credits[edit]

  • Corporate Death - guitars, vocals
  • Nefarious - bass guitar, vocals
  • Dennis The Menace - drums