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The fifth album by the first band ever signed to Relapse Records, Supernatural Addiction finds Deceased continuing the growth that began on the more varied, textured Fearless Undead Machines. Interspersed between the manic riffing and blastbeats are cold, eerie passages straight out of a horror-film soundtrack, which fits the lyrics perfectly. Sonically, Deceased temper their death-metal fury with a love for old-school thrash, which actually works well for them, keeping the music from getting too cartoonish. Overall, it's one of the band's better efforts.

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Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

These Virginia-based death metalers started out in 1985 recording and circulating demos, slowly building their reputation. In 1988, original bassist Rob Sterzel was killed in a hit-and-run accident and replaced by Les Snyder. Together with guitarists Mark Adams and Mike Smith and drummer/vocalist King Fowley, Deceased became the first band to be signed to Relapse records. The single Gutwrench was released in 1991 followed by their 1992 debut album Luck of the Corpse. Less than a year later they released...
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