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The Final Bloodbath Session
Final Bloodbath Session
Compilation album by Mortician
Released 2002
Recorded November and December 2001 at Primitive Recordings Studio, in Log Pond, Pennsylvania USA.
Genre Deathgrind
Length 44:49
Label Primitive Recordings
Mortician chronology
Domain of Death
(2001)
The Final Bloodbath Session
(2002)
Darkest Day of Horror
(2003)

The Final Bloodbath Session is is a compilation album by the American death metal band Mortician, featuring re-recorded songs from their past albums by the band.[1] This is the first time they've used an actual drummer to play the majority of these songs, this is also the only Mortician material to not have any samples at any point during the releases duration.

Track listingEdit

No. Title Length
1. "Blown to Pieces"   0:57
2. "Embalmed Alive"   0:55
3. "Zombie Apocalypse"   2:18
4. "Drilling for Brains"   0:46
5. "Bone Crusher"   1:07
6. "Domain of Death"   2:15
7. "Final Bloodbath"   1:10
8. "Hacked Up for Barbeque"   2:29
9. "Chainsaw Dismemberment"   1:48
10. "Worms"   0:35
11. "Doctor Gore"   1:35
12. "Slaughtered"   0:56
13. "The Crazies"   1:07
14. "Necrocannibal"   4:17
15. "Cremated"   1:41
16. "Redrum"   3:13
17. "Extinction of Mankind"   0:31
18. "Driller Killer"   0:48
19. "World Damnation"   1:34
20. "Witches Coven"   2:20
21. "The Hatchet Murders"   1:32
22. "Brutally Mutilated"   0:38
23. "Martin the Vampire"   1:23
24. "Bloodcraving"   3:08
25. "Slaughterhouse"   1:06
26. "Mortician"   2:33
27. "Lord of the Dead"   1:44
28. "Fuck the Middle East" (Stormtroopers of Death cover) 0:23
Total length:
44:49


PersonnelEdit

Mortician
Production
  • Lance Snyder - Recording, Engineering, Mixing, Mastering
  • Roger J. Beaujard - Recording, Engineering, Mixing, Mastering

ReferencesEdit

  1. AllMusic

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