Kill Maim Burn

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Kill Maim Burn
Kill Maim Burn.jpg
Studio album by Debauchery
Released 2003
Genre Death metal
Label Black Attakk Records
Debauchery chronology
Kill Maim Burn Rage of the bloodbeast

Kill Maim Burn is Debauchery's first studio album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Kill Maim Burn"
  2. "For God, Emperor And Fatherland"
  3. "Hordes Of Chaos"
  4. "The Fall Of Gondolin"
  5. "Butchered Zombies"
  6. "The Fifth Battle"
  7. "Insane Human Butchery"
  8. "Slaves To Darkness"

Kill Maim Burn Re-Release[edit]

Kill Maim Burn Re-Release
Kill Maim Burn Re-Release.jpg
Studio album by Debauchery
Released 2005
Genre Death metal
Label Black Attakk Records
Debauchery chronology
Rage of the bloodbeast Kill Maim Burn Re-Release Torture Pit

Kill Maim Burn Re-Release is a re-release of Debauchery's first studio album, including 3 new live songs.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Kill Maim Burn"
  2. "For God, Emperor And Fatherland"
  3. "Hordes Of Chaos"
  4. "The Fall Of Gondolin"
  5. "Butchered Zombies"
  6. "The Fifth Battle"
  7. "Insane Human Butchery"
  8. "Slaves To Darkness"
  9. "The Hellspawn (live)"
  10. "Chainsaw Masturbation (live)"
  11. "Devour Of Worlds (live)"

Inspiration[edit]

Many of the songs on the track and the album title are inspired by Warhammer 40000, and more specifically, the World Eaters Chaos Space Marines legion, who, in the fictional realm of Warhammer, are devoted servants of the Chaos God Khorne, and are obsessed with killing, butchery, and destruction. The album title "kill maim burn" is a phrase frequently yelled by Kharn the Betrayer as he slaughters his enemies.

Personnel[edit]

  • Thomas - Vocals, Guitars, Producer
  • Dani - Drums

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