Slowly We Rot

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Slowly We Rot
Slowly We Rot.jpg
Studio album by Obituary
Released May 16, 1989
Recorded 1988–1989 at Morrisound Recording, Tampa, Florida.[1]
Genre Death metal
Length 35:09
Label Roadrunner
Producer Scott Burns
Obituary chronology
Slowly We Rot
(1989)
Cause of Death
(1990)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Slowly We Rot is the debut album by American death metal band Obituary. It was released on May 16, 1989 and is also the only album on which Obituary used E standard guitar tuning, as all of Obituary's other albums use D standard tuning.[citation needed] Despite this, it is widely considered to be Obituary's heaviest album.[citation needed] It was re-released in 1997. Slowly We Rot is the only Obituary album to feature bassist Daniel Tucker.

Track listing[edit]

  • Lyrics By John Tardy. Music By Obituary.
No. Title Length
1. "Internal Bleeding"   3:01
2. "Godly Beings"   1:55
3. "'Til Death"   3:56
4. "Slowly We Rot"   3:36
5. "Immortal Visions"   2:25
6. "Gates to Hell"   2:49
7. "Words of Evil"   1:55
8. "Suffocation"   2:35
9. "Intoxicated"   4:40
10. "Deadly Intentions"   2:09
11. "Bloodsoaked"   3:11
12. "Stinkupuss"   2:59
Total length:
35:09


In 1989,Metal Maniacs Magazine heralded The album,Slowly We Rot as thee heaviest album to see the light of day until Grave(Band) released their debut album,Into The Grave until Incantations Onward To Golgotha took the title in 1992.



Personnel[edit]

Obituary
Productions
  • Executive Producer: Monte Conner
  • Arranged By Obituary
  • Produced, Recorded & Engineered By Scott Burns
  • Mixed By Scott Burns, Donald Tardy & John Tardy
  • Mastered By Mike Fuller

References[edit]

  1. ^ Birchmeier, Jason. "Slowly We Rot - Obituary". Allmusic. Retrieved October 13, 2011. 

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