'Eradication of the Subservient' is a collection of the first five songs Cesspool of Corruption wrote, performed, and recorded as a band. Originally released in 2016, the MCD has received a remixing and remastering to capture the true sound Cesspool of Corruption was initially after. Influenced by the likes of Origin, Vehemence, The Black Dahlia Murder, and more, the Dallas Natives have conceived a unique Melo/Tech Death debut, deserving of a proper re-release. 'Eradication of the Subservient' features album art by MFA XII, with additional coloring editing by Ardha Lepa Debut MCD By Texas Melo-Tech Death Powerhouse
'Eradication of the Subservient' is a collection of the first five songs Cesspool of Corruption wrote, performed, and recorded as a band. Originally released in 2016, the MCD has received a remixing and remastering to capture the true sound Cesspool of Corruption was initially after. Influenced by the likes of Origin, Vehemence, The Black Dahlia Murder, and more, the Dallas Natives have conceived a unique Melo/Tech Death debut, deserving of a proper re-release. 'Eradication of the Subservient' features album art by MFA XII, with additional coloring editing by Ardha Lepa Debut MCD By Texas Melo-Tech Death Powerhouse
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Eradication Of The Subservient
Artist: Cesspool of Corruption
Format: CD
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1. Ubiquitious Presence
2. Technological Enslavement
3. Emergence Of Truth
4. Eradication Of The Subservient
5. Humanoid In Form

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'Eradication of the Subservient' is a collection of the first five songs Cesspool of Corruption wrote, performed, and recorded as a band. Originally released in 2016, the MCD has received a remixing and remastering to capture the true sound Cesspool of Corruption was initially after. Influenced by the likes of Origin, Vehemence, The Black Dahlia Murder, and more, the Dallas Natives have conceived a unique Melo/Tech Death debut, deserving of a proper re-release. 'Eradication of the Subservient' features album art by MFA XII, with additional coloring editing by Ardha Lepa Debut MCD By Texas Melo-Tech Death Powerhouse