13. The Pillars of Drear. At the end of the song "In Dark Purity", someone (most likely Jason) whispers "get the gun, get the gun, shoot shoot shoot", which is a dedication to Ozzy's fiasco with the parents of a kid who shot himself while listening to his song "Suicide Solution", which supposedly had those words subliminally embedded in it. There are 5 different versions of the CD. 2 European versions, one without lyrics and mistakes in song titles, and another version with a shape disc saw blade, lyrics and correct song titles.
In Dark Purity (Cass, Album, Unofficial). Moon Records (2). none. Metal Age Recordings.
The Dark Purity (Cass, Album). In Dark Purity (Cass, Album, Unofficial).
Death Metal Monstrosity (USA). 队列表 Death Metal Monstrosity (USA) In Dark Purity. Band Name Monstrosity (USA). Album Name In Dark Purity. 版公司 Metal Age Productions Conquest Music Olympic Recordings.
In Dark Purity (1999) by Monstrosity. Labels: Conquest Music, The Plague. Genres: Death Metal Members: Jason Avery, Jay Fernandez, Jason Morgon, Kelly Conlon, Lee Harrison. However the label was a rip-off label and therefore Monstrosity later re-released it over The Plague Rec. While being featured in the album photo Tony Norman did NOT record the guitar tracks. All guitar tracks on "In Dark Purity" were performed and recorded by Jason Morgan and Jay Fernandez (ex-Brutality), all music was composed by Fernandez and Lee Harrison.
There are few changes on In Dark Purity from the elements found on Millennium, their previous offering. The guitarwork is less self consciously technical, making it feel a bit more focused and consistent, while also allowing for some improved riffs with the somewhat more controlled approach.
This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/183 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist In Dark Purity. BPM Profile In Dark Purity. Album starts at BPM, ends at 102BPM (+102), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Monstrosity. The Passage of Existence.
The album was released in 1992 by Nuclear Blast. Monstrosity toured Europe in support of the band Pestilence for this album. After a number of problems with the label, Lee Harrison formed his own music label, Conquest Music, in 1996. Now signed to Conquest Music, the band entered the studio again to record Millennium. Guitarist Jon Rubin was replaced by Jason Morgan and bassist Mark Van Erp, by Kelly Conlon. In 1999, Monstrosity went back in the studio and this time they recorded In Dark Purity. The album was produced by Monstrosity and recorded at Morrisound Studios, Tampa, Florida. One CD was a live album Monstrosity recorded while on tour in the US. Included in the CD was Monstrosity's infamous Horror Infinity demo and their Slaves and Masters demo. CD two features songs from their first album almost sounding exactly the same, but of course they aren't.
In Dark Purity is the third studio album by American death metal band Monstrosity. The first version of this album was released by German Metal Age Recordings (Turbo Rec. follow-up label). However, the label was a rip-off label and therefore Monstrosity later re-released it through The Plague Rec. as LP and CD. This album was recorded at Morrisound Recording Studio in Tampa, Florida. Studio album by. Monstrosity.