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Limited vinyl version of the long sought-after debut demo album by Norway's Undisputed Kings of Slam, KRAANIUM. 'No Respect for the Dead' is the bands 2002 debut. The album featured 13 tracks of groove driven death metal. Before the bands evolution into the "Slam" genre, NRFTD was inspired by all things horror, while also being influenced by the likes of early Dying Fetus, Hemdale, Impetigo, and more. Album art was once again made by Andreas Christanetoff of Armaada Art, who did a great job capturing the essence of the original demo art, as well as brought back to life the original Kraanium logo. This assured us capturing the glory of what NRFTD set out to be.
Limited vinyl version of the long sought-after debut demo album by Norway's Undisputed Kings of Slam, KRAANIUM. 'No Respect for the Dead' is the bands 2002 debut. The album featured 13 tracks of groove driven death metal. Before the bands evolution into the "Slam" genre, NRFTD was inspired by all things horror, while also being influenced by the likes of early Dying Fetus, Hemdale, Impetigo, and more. Album art was once again made by Andreas Christanetoff of Armaada Art, who did a great job capturing the essence of the original demo art, as well as brought back to life the original Kraanium logo. This assured us capturing the glory of what NRFTD set out to be.
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No Respect For The Dead
Artist: Kraanium
Format: Vinyl
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Limited vinyl version of the long sought-after debut demo album by Norway's Undisputed Kings of Slam, KRAANIUM. 'No Respect for the Dead' is the bands 2002 debut. The album featured 13 tracks of groove driven death metal. Before the bands evolution into the "Slam" genre, NRFTD was inspired by all things horror, while also being influenced by the likes of early Dying Fetus, Hemdale, Impetigo, and more. Album art was once again made by Andreas Christanetoff of Armaada Art, who did a great job capturing the essence of the original demo art, as well as brought back to life the original Kraanium logo. This assured us capturing the glory of what NRFTD set out to be.
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