11 Songs, 51 Minutes

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4.8 out of 5

25 Ratings

25 Ratings

Been waiting forever for this

woodysg1

And it was worth the wait! Now if they would only come to columbia mo. !

Blackheart Revolution

Pianocidal

Hello? Hey all you Genitorturers' fans that adored '120 Days' but then got turned off by the next 16 years of industrial garbage, this album is for YOU! Trust me, I was there as well. '!20 Days' came out the year I graduated from high school, and my friends and I thought it was the greatest thing since sliced manmeat....er, I mean, bread! Then came 'Sin City', 'Flesh', 'Machine', et al and we were all turned off. Fear not, the Genitorturers we all knew and love (a la '120 Days') is back with a penile-piercing presence!

Ahhhhhmazing

Slamy

I've been a fan of Gen since the early 90's and this album is platinum sickness!
OMG if you get a chance to see them live.....GO!
Gen you rock and you've never let me down! Just pull me up on stage next time and pierce me!!!!!!

About Genitorturers

Infamous for their bondage/S&M image, the Genitorturers are an industrial-influenced alternative rock band that has enjoyed a passionate cult following and is especially popular in the fetish community. The name alone is controversial -- among fetishists, the term "genitorture" refers to sadomasochistic acts performed on a person's genitals. Lead singer Gen is a real-life dominatrix who has described the Marquis de Sade as a "literary master," and the band's over-the-top live shows have included piercings, whippings, spankings, and a variety of other kinky activities. Formed in Tampa, FL, in the early 1990s, the Genitorturers (whose other members include bassist David Vincent, keyboardist V. Stilletto, guitarist Chains, and drummer Racci Shay) recorded their debut album, 120 Days of Genitorture, for IRS in 1993. Subsequent releases included 1998's Sin City, 2000's Machine Love, and 2002's Flesh is the Law. With tours of the U.S., Europe, and Japan, the group gained momentum and a fan base that dubbed themselves "Genheads", showcased in the 2007 DVD Live in Sin City. ~ Alex Henderson

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