Death Metal Vital Remains. Band Name Vital Remains. Album Name Let Us Pray. Erscheinungsdatum 21 August 1992. Labels Grind Core International Deaf Records. Musik GenreDeath Metal. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen114. Re-Issue in 2004 by Peaceville Records.
Let Us Pray (1992) by Vital Remains. Labels: Deaf, Peaceville Records. Genres: Death Metal Members: Jeff Gruslin, Tony Lazaro, Paul Flynn, Joe Lewis.
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Let Us Pray takes the best parts of the best bands around at the same time, including Possessed, early Slayer, early Death and Morbid Angel to create a unique sound, and the album is incredibly strong, especially for a debut. The Hotelier Home, Like NoPlace Is There. Brutality Will Prevail Suspension of Consciousness. Ingested Revered by No One, Feared by All. FOCUSEDxMINDS The Fact Remains.
Like all other Vital Remains albums (without Benton), Let Us Pray is such a groundbreaking masterpiece. This album is flawless, from the fantastic musicianship and well-done instrumentation to Jeff's powerful death growls to the countless riffs that seem to smoothly flow into one another. The cover artwork suits the sound of the music and the music is recorded with excellent production quality. However, it seems like Let Us Pray, their debut album on Deaf/Peaceville Records in 1992 (Released domestically on Grind Core International), never really got a lot of attention from many fans in the scene. The import price may be a tad high, but this one is worth getting before it heads off into obscurity once more.