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Πέμπτη 4 Φεβρουαρίου 2016

Necromandus - 1973 - Orexis Of Death

Necromandus were an English rock band from Cumberland, United Kingdom. They were formed in 1970 and were discovered by Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath in 1972. After recording one album in 1973, they split up. The album was not released until 1999. In 2007 they were mentioned by Classic Rock magazine as a "lost pioneer" of heavy metal.[2]Author Ian Christe has cited the band as one of the earliest doom metal groups
Orexis of Death is the only album by doom rock band Necromandus. It was recorded in 1973 under the supervision of Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi, but was shelved due to Barry Dunnery's departure from the band and wasn't released until 1999. The album was re-released in 2005 under the name Orexis of Death Plus... and included two unreleased bonus tracks. It was also reissued in 2010 in its standard form, but with their Live album included.

Track listing:

All songs written by Bill Branch and Barry Dunnery
"Intro" * - 1:08
"Mogidisimo" - 0:31
"Nightjar" - 4:15
"A Black Solitude" - 4:31
"Homicidal Psychopath" - 3:25
"Still Born Beauty" - 4:08
"Gypsy Dancer" - 6:53
"Orexis of Death" - 4:31
"I've Been Evil" * - 6:21
"Mogidisimo (Reprise)" - 1:13
"Judy Green Rocket" (live, recorded at The Casino, Blackpool, 1973)


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