- -40%, -50%, -60%, -70%... Découvrez les Soldes Amazon jusqu'au 16 février 2016 inclus. Profitez-en !
- Publiez votre livre : sur Kindle Direct Publishing En format papier ou ebook c'est simple et rapide et vous pourrez toucher des millions de lecteurs en quelques clics ici !
- Plus de 10 000 ebooks indés à moins de 3 euros à télécharger en moins de 60 secondes .
- Gratuit : téléchargez l'application Amazon pour iPhone, iPad, Android ou Windows Phone ou découvrez la nouvelle application Amazon pour Tablette Android !
Autres vendeurs sur Amazon
+ EUR 2,49 (livraison)
+ EUR 2,49 (livraison)
+ EUR 2,49 (livraison)
Severed survival 20th anniversary edition
Vous cherchez un CD ou Vinyle ?nos promotions et CD à petits prix.
Offres spéciales et liens associés
Produits fréquemment achetés ensemble
Les clients ayant acheté cet article ont également acheté
Détails sur le produit
Liste des titres
Disque : 1
Disque : 2
Descriptions du produit
Premier album des américains mythiques d'Autopsy, Severed Survival est ici réédité dans un somptueux digipack pour fêter les vingt années d'existence de l'album ! Au programme : Deux disques remplis à ras bord de bonus tracks, lives et raretés pour célébrer un des grands classiques du death metal !
Quels sont les autres articles que les clients achètent après avoir regardé cet article?
Commentaires en ligne
Meilleurs commentaires des clients
Tous les titres sont destructeurs, les guitares sont lourdes et brutales, la batterie vous écrase les os et la basse de DiGiorgo est funky (son style correspond mieux à son autre groupe Sadus).
Je note cette réédition 2003 de l'album de 1989 4 étoiles 1/2 car je connais un autre groupe qui joue un style musical similaire en mieux : Carcass et ses "Symphonies of Sickness"...
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com (beta)
I think this is a good example of a genre (death metal) before it got flooded with a lot of garbage. When you listen to Scream Bloody Gore by Death, it sounds like it was recorded in an underground cavern. I'm not saying that in a bad way either. It just has that feel. More of a mysterious kind of ambience. Whereas Autopsy's Severed Survival sounds like it was made in a rotting autopsy room filled with stinking corpses. The two bands are really playing the same type of music but when recorded differently, they come across very well.
Severed Survival is a classic as far as death metal goes. It has all the elements of gore and zombies you could ask for. It's like George Romero's "Day of the Dead" for your ears. With songs like Ridden with Disease, Charred Remains, and Pagan Saviour, you can't go wrong. Gore abounds on this great CD. The music is well executed and the lead guitars are cool. All in all, you cannot deny this work of pure death metal horror.
This would fit great along side classics such as Death's 1st album, as well as Leprosy. Plus, Grave's Into the Grave, Venom's Black Metal, Possessed's Seven Churches, and Celtic Frost's To Mega Therion.
This 2 CD set is a good deal. Not only do you get the original 1st album completley remastered but, you get 3 new tunes newly recorded specially for this release. The 2nd CD contains rare demos and live tracks throughout the years. Stuff like that is always cool. By and large, it comes in a good and complete package with a booklet including a history of the band with pictures and lyrics. Pretty cool. Don't be scared, give it a shot. If you like early death metal, you'll like this one.
The first thing one will notice is the production and how murky it sounds. Murky in the sense that its bass heavy but completely discernible with respect to the guitars, bass, drums and vocals. The guitars have enough crunch on them to make not overly distorted or intense and the bass is audible with a bright sound that goes well with the way everything sounds. The bass really adds a lot of depth but doesn't over power anything. It gives the album that unique feel to it. Everything feels natural including the drums and vocals which Chris Reifert does both. This signature sound is what works so well for Autopsy as it is what they were known for; dingy, rotten death metal.
The thing that really wraps this album up is the vocals. Chris Reifert displays some of the most rotten sounding vocal styles in death metal while drumming which is extremely unique. He sounds like a man choking on his blood and guts with his low gruff growls and a madman with his screams. Some may mock them saying they are sloppy but when you match them with the lyrics it matches extremely well. The chorus for Ridden with Disease is a prime example.
Autopsy are legends, taking death metal and making death metal more twisted then what it was . The music is also ahead of its time since the band focuses more on groove and atmosphere rather then being overtly brutal or fast. It's earned them a place as one of the better and notable old school death metal bands and created a frenzy around their recent reunion. Recommended for most old school death metal fans
This come's in a DIGI PACK..I hate digi pack's..but it's not all that bad!!
THE REAL++here...the sound is even louder!!! YOU CAN HEAR EVEN MORE BASS!!!
So if you own the old version( I own both old version's the original press and the one with retro for the dead ep) I would suggest getting this version as well..you cant go wrong!! you get the lyric's and both album cover's as well!!
As you will read my other review which is for the album itself..it is the BEST DEATH METAL ALBUM EVER!! you have the chance to buy it..SO FUKKING DO IT!!!!!
''SERVICE FOR A VACANT COFFIN''
The album kicks off with a nice bass intro from Steve. But soon thereafter, you are launched head-first into a no-holds-barred deathgrind onslaught of blazing guitars, grumbling bass, thunderous rhythms, blasting drums, and retching vocals. It all makes "Charred Remains" one very brutal and rip-roaring set opener, and one that can also claim to have a blistering, shredding guitar solo to add to its merits. Its follow-up, "Service For A Vacant Coffin," despite featuring a muscularly throbbing bass line in its intro, works much differently, though, in that it counteracts buzzsaw-fast, guitar-driven sections with slow, plodding, and even borderline doomy breaks/pockets. Later tracks, such as "Impending Dread" (which takes a page out of the Grave handbook by beginning with a positively doomy intro with sludgy, mid-tempo, Melvins-worthy riffing, before a series of careening guitar leads make the song pick up substantial speed and momentum), also makes use of similar-sounding doomy tendencies, and does so to excellent effect. And so do "Critical Madness," the creepy, atmospheric little interlude track that is "Funereality," and the closing "In The Grip Of Winter," for that matter. But only the original song of the bunch, the above-described "Service For...," can claim to also feature a chaotic shred solo, and some vocals that sound bizarrely enough like they are a precursor to the classic goregrind "pig squeal" style.
Elsewhere, tracks three and four, "Disembowel" and "Gasping For Air," are two other big standouts in that they are both really catchy numbers propelled forward by hefty, thrashy, churning riffs, blazing solos, and frog-throated, Cookie Monster-esque death metal vocals. (The latter of these two tunes is also highlighted by one of the album's best -- if not THE best -- guitar solos, too.) And so is "Ridden With Disease" because it is a thunderous, foundation-shaking speedster with Steve's ultra-fat bass comprising one especially brutal bottom-end. And some more chaotic, trade-off shred soloing (which practically screams "Kerry King/Jeff Hanneman-worthy") is just the icing on the song's cake. And despite boasting some more noteworthy guitar soloing (an exceptional, lengthy, ascending solo in the former, and a surprisingly melodic solo in the latter), "Pagan Saviour" and "Several Survival" are two more inexorable steamrollers from beginning to end.
And finally, there are three more notable tracks. "Embalmed" claims a particularly sludgy, distorted, and gutturally grumbling bass tone to go along with its crushing riffs, throat-straining screams, and fairly ripping soloing. "Stillborn" is a piece of pure, old-fashioned, early Carcass-influenced grindcore. And lastly, if far from leastly, "Destined To Fester" marries catchy, "wah-wah" guitar licks with crunching rhythms, pummeling, machine-gun-fast blast beats, and another pair of screaming, Slayer-ish solos.
Cutting to the chase, "Severed Survival" delivers the goods: Filth-caked, splatter-house, crust-stuffed, death metal/grindcore by the barrel full. It might not exactly be "Symphonies Of Sickness," but it is still an undisputed classic.