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Performer: Cryptopsy
Title: Blasphemy Made Flesh
Style: Death Metal,Heavy Metal
Location: Piranha Studio, Montreal, Canada
Duration: 39:38
Released: 1994
Date of recording: April, 1994
Size MP3 version: 1603 mb
Size FLAC version: 1699 mb
Size WMA version: 1642 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Genre: Pop Rock

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Blasphemy Made Flesh is the first studio album by Cryptopsy released on November 25, 1994 via Invasion Records. Defenestration - 4:32. Open Face Surgery - 4:25. Serial Messiah - 4:01. Born Headless - 4:29. Swine of the Cross - 3:06

Blasphemy Made Flesh is the debut album by Canadian technical death metal band Cryptopsy. The album was released in 1994, re-released in 1997 by Displeased Records, and also re-released in 2001 by Century Media with a different cover. It is the only album to feature bassist Martin Fergusson. Jon Levasseur – lead and rhythm guitars. Steve Thibault – rhythm guitar, backing vocals. Martin Fergusson – bass. Flo Mounier – drums, backing vocals, photography, logo art.

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Blasphemy Made Flesh is Cryptopsy's debut full-length. It precedes 1996's classic None So Vile and unsurprisingly, as you would probably expect if you've heard NSV, doesn't surpass it. Not to say it's not a good album - I still love it, and all the elements which made None So Vile a classic are here, they're just less refined. Still, at first it's difficult to put a finger on why exactly this is (apart from the obvious production differences, which I'll come to later); it's still an excellent album, raw and brutal.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Defenestration Cryptopsy Cryptopsy 4:32
2 Abigor Cryptopsy Cryptopsy 3:51
3 Open Face Surgery Cryptopsy Cryptopsy 4:24
4 Serial Messiah Cryptopsy Cryptopsy 4:01
5 Born Headless Cryptopsy Cryptopsy 4:29
6 Swine of the Cross Cryptopsy Cryptopsy 3:06
7 Gravaged (A Cryptopsy) Cryptopsy Cryptopsy 2:46
8 Memories of Blood Cryptopsy Cryptopsy 3:34
9 Mutant Christ Cryptopsy Cryptopsy 4:21
10 Pathological Frolic Cryptopsy Cryptopsy 4:34

Credits

Cryptopsy - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Rod "The God" Shearer - Engineer
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Despite only being Cryptopsy's first album and being extremely front-loaded (seriously... all the best songs here are right at the beginning), Cryptopsy was already beginning to carve out a niche and own it on Blasphemy Made Flesh. Favorite Tracks: 1. Defenestration 2. Abigor 3. Open Face Surgery 4. Serial Messiah
Manesenci
And what we have here? A bunch of Suffocation fans who tried to outclass that band in terms of speed and brutality? This in theory would have been possible and even admirable. Unfortunately for them, their debut album Blasphemy Made Flesh doesn't exactly meet the expectations.This band features the same casually chosen set of riffs put without much thinking, but there's more focus. There are recognizable sections during the songs, there is a bass sound that actually isn't buried in the mix (quite the contrary) and there are volatile, poorly performed blast beats along the typical Death Metal chugs of the guitars (strangely left out during the mixing). So, instead of being the manifest of dumb madness, Blasphemy Made Flesh comes out more as a sophisticated and quite polite pseudo-Progressive Rock effort (quite like nearly every album if its kind).What else to say? Cryptopsy are hardly the "brutal gods they were considered only a few years ago": the songwriting, while dexterous, is hardly memorable as a whole, the tone is monochromatic and, last but not least, Dan Greening's tentative Chris Barnes imitations and mockery are literally ridiculous (not to count he literally sings a whole lotta different lyrics than those printed, or so it seems). But the band and Blasphemy Made Flesh are not designed to be god music: they are a band that puts fun above anything else, whose excess is highlighted by their funky rhythmic section and whose brand of "proto-Deathcore" (as some fans have proudly said) is nothing short than an alternative to a comic cabaret show. It's all enjoyable: just don't expect a competent approach or execution and everything will be fine.Highlights:"Defenestration", "Abigor", "Swine of the Cross”.