Breaking Boundaries - Carnal Forge - The More You Suffer (CD, Album)


2003
Label: Century Media - 77498-2 • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash, Death Metal
Breaking Boundaries - Carnal Forge - The More You Suffer (CD, Album)

 · Listen to The More You Suffer by Carnal Forge on Apple Music. Stream songs including "H.B.F. Suicide", "Deathblow" and more.

 · The More You Suffer Review. by William York. [+] Back with their fourth album after only a short break, Carnal Forge weighs in here with another slab of speedy, no-frills thrash with melodic death metal overtones à la At the Gates or late-period Carcass (who once wrote a song entitled "Carnal Forge"). This band does not earn huge points for /10(13).

Divine Killing Breed Machine. FACTS OF THIS CD THIS IS AN ORIGINAL CD. NO CHEAPLY BURNED CD-R, NO RUSSIAN SCAM. Baptized In Fire. My Bloody Rampage. Into Rating: % positive.

Carnal Forge: Jonas Kjeligren (vocals); Jan Kuusisto, Petri Kuusisto (guitar); Lars Linden (bass). Personnel: Jonas Kjellgren (vocals); Stefan Westerberg (drums Seller Rating: % positive.

 · April 20th, Recording information: Produced by Carnal Forge. Recorded & mixed at Studio Underground, Västerås, Sweden September 16 - October Vocals recorded at Black Lounge Studio, Avesta, Sweden. Mastered at DMS, Marl, Germany.


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  3.  · And we come to today, on the eve of CARNAL FORGE'S North American release of The More You Suffer. The band's 4th album, The More finds this Swedish quintet turbocharged and firing on all cylinders. Twelve new songs, 45 minutes of uptempo Swedish thrash bludgeoning your aural senses all at once/5(9).

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