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Majesty: Bestial Vomit + Demo II 12' (new)

FOAD Records
Regular price Sale price
$27.50   $23.38

Majesty: Bestial Vomit + Demo II 12' (new)

FOAD Records
Majesty: Bestial Vomit + Demo II 12' (new)
1987, Los Angeles Death Metal at its rawest and darkest stage! MAJESTY was one of the
earliest bands to feature Oscar Garcia (Terrorizer, Nausea), Carlos “Cosmo” Reveles
(Terrorizer, Nausea) and Eric Castro (Nausea), basically it was the embryonic nightmare
of what later bursted into LA’s most feared Grindcore unit: NAUSEA. Their cult demotape
“Bestial Vomit” was hunted as a rare treasure among collectors and tape trading maniacs.
Here you finally get it mastered from a copy coming directly from the band’s archives,
with the addition of another session recorded few months later and posthumously considered
their Demo #2 (by now only circulated via bad quality bootlegs). And there’s more, we also
added a jam session featuring Majesty and Terrorizer together playing a Napalm Death cover
+ 1 extra track. In short this is the first official MAJESTY discography on vinyl and by far
the best sounding and most complete one. 12 songs of gloomy, menacing Death Metal with the
unique vocal approach of the Grindcore master Oscar Garcia and the insanely mosh-driving
riffs that later made the sound of NAUSEA and TERRORIZER so original and influential on
a worldwide scale. Matte coated sleeve includes unreleased artworks, a poster featuring a rare
tshirt art and a J-card repro of the original “Bestial vomit” cover, so you can make your own
copy on tape too! This release is the 3rd chapter in FOAD‘s legacy with the Nausea/Terrorizer
family, after releasing Nausea’s “World struggle” and Terrorizer’s “Before the downfall”
demo collection…