Hacked Up for Barbecue is the first full-length studio album by the death metal band Mortician. The album has gone out of print, and has since been reissued as a two-on-one package with the band's Zombie Apocalypse EP. Mortician. Will Rahmer - Bass & Vocals. Roger Beaujard - Guitar & Drum Programming. Recorded and mixed July 1996. Desmond Tolhurst and Mortician - Producers. Matthew F. Jacobson and William J. Yurkiewicz, Jr. - Executive Producers. Desmond Tolhurst - Engineer.
Produced by Mortician & Desmond Tolhurst. Album Hacked Up for Barbecue. Hacked Up for Barbecue Lyrics. Isolated house of death Cannibals rip the flesh Bodies hang from meathooks Human flesh peeled and cooked. Tables made of human bones Rotting bodies fill their home Roasted organs, shredded skin Human meat, sliced up thin. Demented sadist family Barbaric killing spree Cannibals you can't escape Leatherface seals your fate. Chainsaw rips through the flesh Cut apart, dismembered death Organs, guts torn and thrown Stripping skin to the bone.
BPM Profile Hacked Up for Barbecue. Album starts at 83BPM, ends at 159BPM (+76), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Mortician. Re-Animated Dead Flesh. Darkest Day of Horror. Final Bloodbath Sessions.
Hacked Up for Barbecue - Студийный альбом от Mortician. В альбом вошло 24 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 50:27. MORTICIAN - "Hacked Up For Barbecue," live Birmingham, AL 15 Oct 2001. Mortician - "Witches' Coven". Mortician - "Fog of Death".
Hacked Up For Barbecue is simply a deathgrind masterpiece. The guitars, played by Roger J. Beaujard, are distorted and down tuned beyond anything since attempted, and perfectly fit the uber-guttural sound of the entire album. During slower, and thus more distinguishable passages, Beaujard executes excellent chromatic chugging with mastery. Hacked Up for Barbecue was the first proper full-length recording after a trio of cult EP predecessors, to which it stylistically adheres, though the production is taken to a new level. The low-tuned, pummeling palm muted grooves hail from a convocation of early grindcore (Napalm Death, Repulsion and even Carcass) influences and a dash of Hellhammer's infernal darkness. Their 2001 effort Domain of Death is the album I find myself most returning to, but I have to say Hacked Up for Barbecue places a strong second in their discography.