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Necrophagia / Viking Crown: Draped in Treachery
Released in 2005, this compilation album contains the Necrophagia EP Cannibal Holocaust, as well as the full length album Banished Rhythmic Hate by Viking Crown. This two disc package comes with new, and very little, artwork that has the track listing inside (instead of on the back), which may very well mislead anyone unfamiliar with these two releases. A quick glance would make one think this was a new Necrophagia album and the titles at the bottom of the front cover were song titles, all being drawn up in the style of an old horror comic book. This isn’t the case, and for some, it’s an extreme letdown.

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Necrophagia: The Divine Art of Torture
Necrophagia are back with their latest offering: The Divine Art Of Torture. This CD has found the band under fire by critics, claiming the release is terrible, especially when considering the band’s past efforts. With yet another new line up, and special guest keyboardist Mirai Kawashima of the experimental black metal band Sigh, Necrophagia bring us another horror filled album of violence and gore.


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Necrophagia: Cannibal Holocaust
Cannibal Holocaust by Necrophagia is one of those releases you either heard nothing about, or nothing good about. That should give you a head’s up as to what this release is actually like. Usually, when something is known notoriously as a bad release, or is just never uttered on the lips of metal heads, there is a reason…

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