Entombed - Left Hand Path mp3 album
Left Hand Path is the debut studio album by Swedish death metal band Entombed, released on 4 June 1990 by Earache Records. The title of the album refers to the Left-Hand Path belief system. Guitarist Alex Hellid found the term in Anton LaVey's book The Satanic Bible. The more melodic, ambient section that comes in at 3:54 of the title track is a cover of the theme from the 1979 horror film Phantasm.
Left Hand Path by Entombed, released 04 June 1990 1. Left Hand Path 2. Drowned 3. Revel in Flesh 4. When Life Has Ceased 5. Supposed to Rot 6. But Life Goes On 7. Bitter Loss 8. Morbid Devourment 9. Abnormally Deceased 10. The Truth Beyond 11. Carnal Leftovers 12. Premature Autopsy. They introduced the world to a new kind of heavy, and the sound lives on even now, almost 30 years later, and will rip you in half still the same. anesh Entombed is one of the good Death Metal band from Sweden. I enjoyed listening to this album. Tage One of the greatest death metal records ever!
Entombed - 1990 - Left Hand Path (Full Album). 1990 - Left Hand Path (Full Album). Download MP3. Entombed.
Left Hand Path Lyrics. I am my own God Master slave and I will be beyond the grave No one will take my soul away I carry my own will and make my day. I am my own God See the truth beyond Through endless lies thy kingdom come Glorified wisdom illumination tool Self deceit it's the golden rule. The iconic title track to Entombed’s debut album is an ode to atheism and self-determination. The title refers to the Left-Hand Path belief system, which is described in Anton LaVey’s The Satanic Bible. This denotes belief systems that focus on the individual rather than a higher power; the rejection of the status quo in favor of embracing freedom. Left Hand Path" Track Info.
Left Hand Path is the debut studio album by Swedish Death metal band Entombed, released on June 4, 1990 by Earache Records. The album is known for defining the style of Swedish death metal by being the first recording to use the "buzzsaw" guitar tone. The tone was created by heavily detuned electric guitars (To B) used with a maxed out Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal Pedal and the DS-1 Distortion pedal into a Peavey amp. The originator of this guitar tone was Nihilist guitarist Leif "Leffe" Cuzner.
Left Hand Path (LP, Album). Rock Brigade Records. Vendi questa versione. Left Hand Path (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Spl). Left Hand Path (Cass, Album, Unofficial). Entombed - Left Hand Path. The song that starts this album has a very creepy scream at the beginning to then punch us in the face with a very ominous and fast riff with very powerful drums and an astounding guitar solo
|1||Left Hand Path||6:38|
|3||Revel In Flesh||3:43|
|4||When Life Has Ceased||4:11|
|5||Supposed To Rot||2:03|
|6||But Life Goes On||2:59|
|10||The Truth Beyond||3:25|
- Recorded At – Sunlight Studios
- Mixed At – Sunlight Studios
- Arranged By – Entombed
- Artwork [Cover Art] – Dan Seagrave
- Drums, Bass – Nicke Andersson
- Guitar – Alex Hellid
- Guitar, Bass – Ulf Cederlund
- Photography By – Micke Lundstrom
- Producer – Entombed
- Producer, Engineer – Tomas Skogsberg
- Vocals – Lars-Göran Petrov
Notes© Earache Records LTD.
℗ Earache Records LTD.
Manufactured in the EU. Europe Earache records LTD. PO Box 144 Nottingham NG3 4GE UK.
Email: [email protected]
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Maybe pressed by SonyDAC.
Similarities in terms of Booklet/CD colors (Black/Grey/Silver): Entombed - Left Hand Path and Entombed - Left Hand Path
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 018615 102199
- Matrix / Runout: MOSH021CDL- 25 A00
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L555
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K2
|Mosh 21 CD||Entombed||Left Hand Path (CD, Album)||Earache||Mosh 21 CD||UK, Europe & US||1990|
|MOSH 21 CD||Entombed||Left Hand Path (CD, Album, RP)||Earache||MOSH 21 CD||UK, Europe & US||Unknown|
|MOSH 21CD||Entombed||Left Hand Path (CD, Album, RE)||Earache||MOSH 21CD||US||Unknown|
|MOSH 21 CDL||Entombed||Left Hand Path (CD, Album, RP)||Earache||MOSH 21 CDL||UK||2008|
|MG 0574||Entombed||Left Hand Path (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||MG Records||MG 0574||Poland||1992|