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Gorguts - The Erosion Of Sanity Album

Gorguts - The Erosion Of Sanity Album

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Performer: Gorguts
Title: The Erosion Of Sanity
Country: US
Released: 19 Jan 1993
Style: Death Metal
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.0
Catalog #: RR 9114-4
Label: Roadrunner Records


1Condemned To Obscurity4:50
2The Erosion Of Sanity4:53
3With Their Flesh, He'll Create4:03
4Hideous Infirmity4:05
5Dormant Misery
Piano – Luc Lemay
6A Path Beyond Premonition4:56
7Orphans Of Sickness5:20
8Odors Of Existence3:47


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RR 9114-2Gorguts The Erosion Of Sanity ‎(CD, Album)Roadrunner RecordsRR 9114-2US1993
MASS CD DG 0989, MMP CD DG 0989Gorguts The Erosion Of Sanity ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, RM, Dig)Metal Mind Productions, Metal Mind ProductionsMASS CD DG 0989, MMP CD DG 0989Poland2006
POSH338Gorguts The Erosion Of Sanity ‎(LP, Album, RE)Listenable RecordsPOSH338France2016
POSH338Gorguts The Erosion Of Sanity ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Ora)Listenable RecordsPOSH338France2016
POSH338Gorguts The Erosion Of Sanity ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gol)Listenable RecordsPOSH338France2019


  • BassEric Giguere
  • CoverDan Seagrave
  • DrumsStephane Provencher
  • EngineerSteve Harris
  • GuitarSylvain Marcoux
  • Lyrics ByLuc Lemay
  • Mastered ByEddy Schreyer
  • Mixed ByColin Richardson, Steve Harris
  • Photography ByJean-Pierre Dubois
  • ProducerGorguts, Steve Harris
  • Recorded BySteve Harris
  • Vocals, GuitarLuc Lemay


  • Barcode (Printed): 0 16861 9114 4 7


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The All Blacks B.V.
  • Copyright (c) – The All Blacks B.V.
  • Licensed From – The All Blacks B.V.
  • Distributed By – Relativity Entertainment Distribution
  • Recorded At – Studio Victor
  • Mixed At – The Windings
  • Mastered At – Future Disc


The Erosion Of Sanity - Gorguts. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Erosion Of Sanity. Hideous Infirmity. The Erosion of Sanity is the second full-length album by Canadian technical death metal band Gorguts. The album was released on January 19, 1993 through Roadrunner Records. Though it is now considered a milestone in the genre, the album's release coincided with the decline of death metal's popularity as a genre, and Roadrunner Records decided to drop the band from their roster. The band subsequently entered into a five-year state of limbo in which they ceased touring, during which all members except. Songs in album Gorguts - The Erosion Of Sanity 1993. Gorguts - With Their Flesh, He'll Create. Gorguts - Condemned To Obscurity. Gorguts - The Erosion Of Sanity. Gorguts - Orphans Of Sickness. Gorguts - Hideous Infirmity. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Listen free to Gorguts The Erosion of Sanity With Their Flesh, He'll Create, Condemned To Obscurity and more. 8 tracks 36:46. Second full length album, released 1993 by Roadrunner Records. Produced by Steve Harris also produced Fear Factory, Bolt Thrower, Lawmower Deth. Cover Art by Dan Seagrave. Album 1993 8 Songs. The Erosion of Sanity. Rock - The Erosion of Sanity 1993. Gorguts discography all. Considered Dead 1991. Obscura 1998. Show lyrics. loading lyrics. Orphans of Sickness. Gorguts sound on this album is certainly based out of the rather percussive songwriting style of NYDM namely Suffocation, but where Gorguts succeed where others fail miserably is due to a couple major elements on here. For one, the arrangements are some of the most natural onell hear in the genre, despite the percussive emphasis. The Erosion of Sanity does everything a sophomore effort should do it was a massive improvement over the fairly strong debut without losing any of the potency or power that tech-death metal often does. At the same time, it deftly avoid the ham-fisted feel of a lot of the brutal percussive death metal groups. Canadian death metal troupe Gorguts delivered their second album, The Erosion of Sanity, in 1993, and given the general approval accorded their excellent debut two years earlier, expectations for this new effort to supersede it were understandably high. Too high, perhaps, as what initially appeared to be a promising start via the manic flurry of With Their Flesh, He'll Create and its more melodically inclined follow-up, Condemned to Obscurity, soon gave way to a slew of technically astounding but surprisingly featureless death metal songwriting