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MERCYLESS “Coloured Funeral” 12″ LP


  • 300 hand-numbered copies limited edition
  • high-quality 350g gatefold sleeve with matt lamination
  • includes insert with classic picture collages, etc.
  • includes free digital download

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The item

300 copies limited edition on vinyl for the first time ever and specificaaly remastered for analogue supports housed in a 5mm spined gatefold sleeve printed on full-color 350g cardboard with matte lamination with all lyrics, credits and a 30x30cms insert on 170g paper with detailed liner notes and classic pictures collages.

The album

Back in 1992, after a mind-blowing debut full-length, “Abject Offerings” [Vinyl Solution], that took the scene by storm, MERCYLESS signed to Century Media and quickly released what would soon become yet another landmark of 90’s Death Metal, “Coloured Funeral” in 1993.

Even though it was only their second full-length, the album was showcasing an even more mature band with a personality of its very own, still keeping the intricate song-structures, dark lyrical themes, unique riffing and both the brutal blasting parts and catchy melodies of their debut but pushing it all to the next level with a bit more progressive approach resulting in an even darker ambience and even more intricate structures.

European tours and gigs with legends such as DEATH, GRAVE, SAMAEL, TIAMAT, UNLEASHED and more quickly ensued before MERCYLESS entered the studio again to record what would become the album’s follow-up, 1996’s “C.O.L.D.“.

Twenty-four years later, it was more than time this masterpiece of Death Metal gets a respectful yet up-to-date reissue which is what the new edition released as part of the XENOKORP Kvlt Series offers with a careful remaster by renowned Conkrete Studio (DEFEATED SANITY, ANATA, PUTRID OFFAL…), classic pictures, flyers and more and the “part 2” of the MERCYLESS story / interview series with founding frontman Max Otero by journalist Olivier “Zoltar” Badin (Terrorizer Magazine) for the first time ever on vinyl, with a specific new master and deluxe gatefold packagings.

Welcome to the funerals!

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Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg