Colostomy Filter, Elephant Man Behind The Sun, Brownfilled Human Race, Liquified Insides - 4 Way Flood of Filth mp3 album
- Performer: Colostomy Filter
- Title: 4 Way Flood of Filth
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: MIDI MP4 ADX WAV DMF DXD MMF
- Released: 2010
- MP3 album: 1277 mb
- FLAC album: 1586 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 816
Elephant Man Behind the Sun - When Human Flesh Becomes Entangled with Robotic Assembly Machinery. 16. Elephant Man Behind the Sun - A Hallucination of Computers Fornicating (Inserting Frayed Wires). 17. Elephant Man Behind the Sun - More Cordless Drills, Drum Robots and Sub-human Throat-box Acceleration. 18. Elephant Man Behind the Sun - Originality Issues. 20. Elephant Man Behind the Sun - Sanding Human Bone into a Spoon.
A2 –Elephant Man Behind The Sun 7 tracks. B1 –Brownfilled Human Race. B2 –Liquified Insides.
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Scottish band Flood of Red are back with their sophomore album. Their debut album 'Leaving Everything Behind' came out over 4 and half years ago. With 'Throw' taking so long to craft the band show a real growth and maturity this time around. Gone are the post-hardcore days to be replaced with melodic rock. Throw' will take a few listens to truly appreciate due to its depth. Songs are at times eerie, haunting and beautiful. Whereas the previous album had a similar sound with each song. the songs this time are varied. Throughout 'Throw' Flood Of Red unearth songs with sweet vocals displaying expression through imagery, feature both slow and aggressive guitars while still managing to pull of a melodic atmospheric theme. Recommended tracks: Throw, Hiding Out, Lashes, Whispers and Choirs.
Behind the Sun is the ninth solo studio album by Eric Clapton, released by Duck Records, Warner Bros. It is Clapton's first collaborative project with Phil Collins who co-produces and plays on some of the tracks. While recording the album Clapton temporarily split with his wife. The title of the album comes from a line from Muddy Waters's "Louisiana Blues".
Beginning with a suitably Satanic introduction, Collapse of the Human Race soon kicks in and creates a caustic, claustrophobic whirlwind of filthy primitivism. Equally anchored by the foundations of VON and Beherit as they are by early Immolation and Convulse, NECROBLOOD's slimy, oozing pulse positively overwhelms, covering the listener in sewage - both spiritual and psychic - that simply cannot be washed off. And yet, for all this gibbering insanity, the quintet harness its powers with an almost martial elan, doling out the blackgrind with patient 'n' judicious ease and lacing.
|A1||–Colostomy Filter||10 tracks|
|A2||–Elephant Man Behind The Sun||7 tracks|
|B1||–Brownfilled Human Race||6 tracks|
|B2||–Liquified Insides||12 tracks|