Gore Metal (album)

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Gore Metal
Exhumed Gore Metal album cover.jpg
Studio album by Exhumed
Released October 27, 1998 (1998-10-27)
Recorded Burnt Offering Studio, July 1998
Genre Deathgrind
Length 43:29
Label Relapse
Exhumed chronology
Gore Metal

Gore Metal is the debut full-length album from American death metal band Exhumed. It was released on October 27, 1998, by Relapse Records. It has been described as "totally disgusting".[1] The only album to feature bassist Ross Sewage.


According to founding member Matt Harvey, Gore Metal was the album where Exhumed developed its vision, although he conceded that "we were still very loose and sloppy and didn't really have a handle on recording at all. Listening back to that record, I like most of the songs, but the production is awful sounding."[2]

The band recorded several songs for the album that were lost when producer James Murphy, then suffering from brain cancer and acting "erratically", was evicted from his studio in Oakland.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Matt Harvey, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Necromaniac"   2:32
2. "Open the Abscess"   3:18
3. "Postmortem Procedures"   3:21
4. "Limb from Limb" Harvey, Ross Sewage 2:32
5. "Enucleation" Harvey, Sewage, Alex Lopez 4:00
6. "Casketkrusher"   3:25
7. "Deathmask"   2:52
8. "In My Human Slaughterhouse"   2:02
9. "Sepulchural Slaughter"   3:03
10. "Vagitarian II"   3:41
11. "Blazing Corpse"   2:05
12. "Deadest of the Dead"   5:52
13. "Sodomy and Lust" Tom Angelripper 4:48


MetalStorm wrote:"Gore Metal features a more melodic sound with catchy riffs and often involves three distinct vocalists, sort of like old Carcass.This album would soon go on to inspire thousands of clone bands who would play the same type of music."[3]



Additional personnel[edit]


  1. ^ Johnston, Peter. "Reviews: Albums: Exhumed: Gore Metal". deadtide.com. Retrieved May 6, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b Abominator, Mike (August 23, 2010). "Interview With Matt Harvey of Exhumed". Metal Maniacs. Retrieved May 4, 2013. 
  3. ^ Insineratehymn (23 November 2005). "Metal Storm - The Categorization of Death Metal". Metal Storm. Retrieved 25 March 2007.