City Hunter "Deep Blood". After gaining infamy with two long-sold out cassettes and a slew of deadly, knife-wielding live performances, City Hunter's long-awaited full length album, "Deep Blood," delivers 14 fatal stab wounds to engulf the listener in a delirious pool of hell. Soaked in filthy atmosphere and laced with grim interludes, this is not your feel-good retro horror, but a sickening manifestation of death and destruction. With a fully developed sound, this audial hallucination of murder and torment is a living nightmare you can't escape
Deep Blood by City Hunter, released 30 October 2018 1. Watching Blood Darken 2. Living Nightmare 3. Bind Torture Kill 4. Beyond Recognition 5. Crimson Streets 6. Dark Descent 7. Open Season 8. Silhouette of Death 9. Dying Out 10. Stab and Repeat 11. Slow Death 12. Hollow 13. Schizo 14. One By One After gaining infamy with two long-sold out cassettes and a slew of deadly, knife-wielding live performances, City Hunter's long-awaited full length album, "Deep Blood," delivers 14 fatal stab wounds to engulf the listener in a delirious pool of hell
City Hunter - Deep Blood LP/CS out now. 14 tracks of raw, unrelenting violence and torment.
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Deep Cuts is the second studio album by Swedish electronic music duo The Knife, released on 17 January 2003 by Rabid Records. The 2004 version contains three additional tracks (taken from Hannah med H Soundtrack) and is packaged with a DVD of music videos. On 31 October 2006, Mute Records issued Deep Cuts and The Knife's eponymous debut album in the United States, marking the first US release of both albums. The lead single was "Heartbeats".
Lou Pride displays his smooth, uptown southern voice - reminiscent of Tyrone Davis - on 13 tracks covering 51 minutes for Twisting the Knife. The tracks, mostly originals with the title track and "Lifetime Thing," both written by Bob Greenlee and Ronnie Foster, stick to your ribs like a steak dinner.