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Opprobrium

Serpent Temptation

Opprobrium Serpent Temptation
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If you think that Sepultura is the only decent metal band from Brazil, you definitely haven't heard Opprobrium! This death/thrash monstrosity has been infecting the metal scene for more than 20 years now, at first using the name Incubus and then changing it in to Opprobrium in 1997. During their career, the band released four albums, each showcasing pure death metal destruction. This exclusive re-issue of "Serpent Temptation", the groups outstanding debut, brings back one of the most valuable death/thrash productions ever to emerge from the jungles of Brazil! Opprobrium's debut album enabled the group to sign a contract with Nuclear Blast and become one of the strongest names on the Brazilian metal scene. "Serpent Temptation" still possess the same heaviness as it did on the day of its release. This album is a must-have for all fans of savage and relentless death/thrash metal! New digipak edition, limited to numerated 2000 copies. Digitally remastered using 24-Bit process on golden disc.
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