Sinister Slaughter

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Sinister Slaughter
Cover art for Macabre's "Sinister Slaughter".jpg
Studio album by Macabre
Released April 13, 1993
Recorded Universal Studios, Chicago, Illinois, September – October 1992
Genre Death metal, thrash metal, grindcore
Length 42:18
Label Nuclear Blast
Producer Macabre, Jeff Cline
Macabre chronology
Gloom
(1989)
Sinister Slaughter
(1993)
Behind the Wall of Sleep
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Sinister Slaughter is the second full-length album by American death metal band Macabre and was released in 1993 by Nuclear Blast Records. The cover artwork is a parody on the Beatles album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band featuring serial killers and mass murderers instead of famous people. The album was re-released in 2000 in a digipak that included the songs off the Behind the Wall of Sleep EP as bonus tracks.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Nightstalker" – 2:04 - Richard Ramirez
  2. "The Ted Bundy Song" – 1:18 - Ted Bundy
  3. "Sniper in the Sky" – 1:51 - Charles Whitman
  4. "Montreal Massacre" – 1:25 - Marc Lépine
  5. "Zodiac" – 3:46 - Zodiac Killer
  6. "James Pough, What the Hell Did You Do?!" – 2:09 - James Edward Pough
  7. "The Boston Strangler" – 1:10 - Albert DeSalvo
  8. "Mary Bell" – 0:43 - Mary Bell
  9. "Mary Bell Reprise" – 0:45 - Mary Bell
  10. "Killing Spree (Postal Killer)" – 1:21 - Patrick Sherrill
  11. "Is It Soup Yet?" – 1:18 - Daniel Rakowitz
  12. "White Hen Decapitator" – 2:30 - Michael Bethke
  13. "Howard Unrah (What Have You Done Now?!)" – 2:28 - Howard Unrah
  14. "Gacy's Lot" – 2:20 - John Wayne Gacy
  15. "There Was a Young Man Who Blew up a Plane" – 2:10 - Jack Gilbert Graham
  16. "Vampire of Dusseldorf" – 2:43 - Peter Kürten
  17. "Shotgun Peterson" – 2:48 - Christopher Peterson
  18. "What's that Smell?" – 3:02 - Jeffrey Dahmer
  19. "Edmund Kemper Had a Horrible Temper" – 2:34 - Edmund Kemper
  20. "What the Heck Richard Speck (Eight Nurses You Wrecked)" – 2:05 - Richard Speck
  21. "Albert Was Worse than Any Fish in the Sea" – 1:31 - Albert Fish

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