(Nuclear Ass Records)
After seven years spent pleasantly mucking around in the nether regions of hell, this heart-snarfing death metal masterpiece finally sees the light of fucking day. Back in 1990, this band was simply the fastest band the West Bay had to offer, destroying all in their path with an unrelenting style of grindcore damage and death metal destruction that brutally fits somewhere in between Incantation's first record and Nuclear Death. Ten ungodly tracks tuned so goddamn low, you can hear the strings hit the pick ups. Weak souls should avoid like the plague.