All Guts, No Glory (Deluxe Version)

ExhumedJuly 5, 2011
Metal© 2011 Relapse Records Inc.
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All Guts, No Glory is the fifth full-length album by death metal band Exhumed, and the first since their 2010 reformation. It was released on July 5, 2011, by Relapse Records. Dane Prokofiev of PopMatters said the album is capable of "reminding you why Exhumed were and will continue to be revered as the gods of gore-themed death metal." The last album to feature bassist Leon del Muerte and guitarist Wes Caley and the only one to feature drummer Danny Walker.

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Disc 1

Songs
1
All Guts, No Glory1:48
2
As Hammer to Anvil3:38
3
Your Funeral, My Feast3:27
4
Through Cadaver Eyes4:08
5
Death Knell3:48
6
Distorted and Twisted to Form2:40
7
I Rot Within3:44
8
Dis-Assembly Line3:00
9
Necrotized3:19
10
Funereality3:01
11
So Let It Be Rotten... So Let It Be Done3:13

Disc 2

Songs
1
The Way of All Flesh2:24
2
Unclean2:47
3
To Wake the Dead3:12
4
Cold Caress3:58
5
Necromaniac (2011)2:36
6
Forged in Fire (Formed in Flames) [2011] [Bonus Track]3:03
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Genres
Total length
53:47
Tracks
17
Released
July 5, 2011
Label
© 2011 Relapse Records Inc.
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
Internet connection
Required for streaming and downloading
Playback information
Via Google Play Music app on Android v4+, iOS v7+, or by exporting MP3 files to your computer and playing on any MP3 compatible music player
Impaled's Death After Life opens with a snappy, synth-driven introduction reminiscent of B-movie parodies like The Man With Two Brains or Re-Animator -- just one of numerous clever vignettes (others being "Theatre of Operations," "The Dead Shall Dead Remain") adding a little fun and humor to what, by any other measure, would be downright grotesque proceedings. Such is the nature of the band's stock and trade, however: a stomach-turning gore-death style established over the course of three increasingly disturbing and disgusting albums and EPs. Unfortunately, take away this bloody dressing, and the band's salad invariably turns out to be a little less than satiating. Although rarely short of enthusiastic aggression or clinical (pun intended) performance accuracy, tracks like "Wrought in Hell," "Resurrectionists" and "Critical Condition" nevertheless fail to take full possession of the listener's cranial lobe; and truly memorable, more inventive riff-fests such as the classic death-recalling "Gutless" or the insistently slicing "Dead Alive" prove to be exceptions, not the rule. Furthermore, one has to wonder if similarly middle-of-the-road offerings like the raging "Mondo Medicale" and "Medical Waste" are actually leftovers of the earlier albums bearing their names. It's impossible to know for sure, but, as Death After Life nears a close on yet another one of those amusing theatrical asides (the eerie "Coda Morte"), one feels that, were these and the band's unerringly gross lyrics to be amputated, Impaled's remains would be exposed as a limited and, heh-heh, incomplete death metal carcass.
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