- Band(s): Exhumed
- Label(s): Relapse Records
- Release Format(s): CD, Compilation
- Release Year: 2004
- Review Date: July 5, 2004
- Author(s): Ricardo
Ten years of Gore Fucking metal! Exhumed is one of those bands you hate for their Carcass worship or just simpley love for the fact that they are one of the few who can create that kind of metal on the same level. Speaking for myself I’m one of the big group of the last categore…uhmm, category. With a discography that contains like 13 titles to choose from to make a compilation you can imagine it’s no problem to make a double feature of your 10 year anniversary. There is even a 1000 limited edition 3 disc versions of Platters with an extra CD with 28 extra songs. Why a third disc? Because these sick grinders even recorded all kind of sessions.
Maybe the die hard collectors aren’t happy with this, but with buying this audio document you have all split recordings at once. And if that isn’t enough, you also get the demos too. As said before the third disc is the most valuable. All kind of session recordings, never released tracks, different recordings and live radio tracks. The real treats for the Exhumed bone-collectors for sure. I don’t have to explain you that Exhumed leant more towards the good old grind style those days then like they do now. The sound of recordings are sounding great thanks to some remastering. The booklet is an Exhumed archive of line up information, demo and split covers, photos, tracklists and a note from Matt Harvey.
Enjoy your meal; Bon Apetito!