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CR99



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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 7:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

outlaw-recordings wrote:

That was a long tale, and maybe one I've told before so I apologize if it's a rerun, but yeah, I guess the 'bottom line' is: DECEASED rules!


This was a cool read, thanks for sharing. Never heard about the accident before.

I really like Luck of the Corpse, but often find myself grabbing some old Necrophagia instead. The demos are ace though!
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Morbid Obesity



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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 7:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Supernatural Addiction rules! Their masterpiece IMHO. Fearless comes in second but I like all Deceased to some degree.
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VnholyCvntz



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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 9:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

outlaw-recordings wrote:
VnholyCvntz wrote:
We should have a King Folwey shirt appreciation thread.



Haha! Great to see this photo! I'm pretty sure I took this picture at Jim Hunter's place in summer of 1998!

Interestingly, and I think I've mentioned this in other threads about this band, but having grown up in the same neighborhood as King and the band and known them forever... I have to admit that at the time when they first came out I couldn't really hang with Deceased. I remember this guy at a record store called Record Convergence in Falls Church had a copy of the "Evil Side of Religion" demo somebody had just left there (probably King!) and he just gave it to me. I took it home and tried to listen to it, but my 11 or 12 year old mind couldn't process that sort of primal metallic mayhem at the time!

A few years later in 1987 when I was probably a freshman in high school, I remember lying in bed one night and hearing the helicopters coming over my parents house and wondering what the fuck was going on. The next day when I was walking to school there was a 'body line' on the road outside the entrance to my high school, somebody had been killed there. After getting to school I heard in the hallways that it was the band Deceased had been in a car wreck there... and later found out that the bass player Rob had been killed and that was his body outline on the road. I also remember there was a laminated Motorhead sign that somebody put on the light post near there a few days later as a memorial.

So, though they were one of the 'local metal bands' I didn't really get into Deceased until later, and not until I actually became friends with King in the mid 90's. At that point I gave them 'another chance' and listened to them, they'd come a long way since '85 or whatever! Haha! So we became friends, I ended up hanging out/going on the road/seeing a ton of live gigs with them until I moved to NYC in 1997, but King and I kept in touch and are still great friends. I've even released a few Deceased records on my label!

That was a long tale, and maybe one I've told before so I apologize if it's a rerun, but yeah, I guess the 'bottom line' is: DECEASED rules!


Thanks for sharing.
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Black Mass Hysteria



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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 11:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Radiation Years is fairly good quality, better than Worship The Coffin imo. Start there.
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DESECRATOR777



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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 11:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

great live band .
not pretentious on any level.
always a good time.

yar mateyyyy
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