NewsSeptember 4, 2007 4:35 PM ET4,117 views

Decapitated to re-issue album with bonus DVD

Official press release: Technical death metal whirlwind Decapitated will issue a limited edition version of their dramatic Winds of Creation debut album on October 8th via Earache Records, complete with bonus DVD. Originally issued back in 2000, the album sent shock waves through the scene for its focused and tight arrangement, relentless aggression and supreme musicianship. Eyebrows were further raised when it was discovered that the band were barely out of their teens. Live shows backed the hype, and Decapitated?s place among the forerunners of the emerging new generation of Death Metal bands was assured. The limited edition reissue contains a full 10 track live show filmed in December 2004 at Nottingham Rescue Rooms, featuring the original Winds of Creation line up including vocalist Sauron. Filmed on several cameras with great audio quality, the DVD ably demonstrates just why Decapitated are considered among the elite Death Metal hierarchy. And advance preview of the DVD is available here. The band have made massive commercial leaps with subsequent albums Nihility, The Negation and Organic Hallucinosis, but Winds of Creation retains a special place in the heart of the many of the bands fans, and on newer bands such as Job for A Cowboy. The full tracklisting for the Winds of Creation limited edition is as follows: Tracklisting CD: 01. Winds of Creation 02. Blessed 03. The First Damned 04. Way to Salvation 05. The Eye of Horus 06. Human?s Dust 07. Nine Steps 08. Dance Macabre 09. Mandatory Suicide Tracklisting bonus DVD: Live At Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, 20/12/04 01. The Fury 02. Three-Dimensional Defect 03. Lying and Weak 04. Winds of Creation 05. Nihility (Anti-Human Manifesto) 06. The Negation 07. Perfect Dehumanisation (The Answer?) 08. Sensual Sickness 09. Spheres of Madness 10. Mother War

Related News

Turnstile announce North American fall tour
Turnstile will headline a six-week tour later this year.

Video: 10-year-old girl covers Spiritbox on America's Got Talent
Not only was Miss Harper on network TV last night — she also performed with Spiritbox in London.