Streetlight Records

Featuring 8 blistering tracks of the heaviest death metal - Originallyreleased in 1992 and produced by the legendary Colin Richardson.Coventry's finest went on to have huge worldwide success after thisdebut on Earache with a 30 year career touring the world with 8 studioalbums in their belts.. From the very earliest days of Earache Records,BBC National Radio's John Peel was a huge supporter of the Earachelabel and it's extreme grind core bands. Peel first offered BOLTTHROWER a session in 1988, and invited them back at the end of 1988and again in 1990 to the hallowed Maida Vale studios that helped breakthe band to mainstream success. Widely regarded as the heaviest ofthem all.
Featuring 8 blistering tracks of the heaviest death metal - Originallyreleased in 1992 and produced by the legendary Colin Richardson.Coventry's finest went on to have huge worldwide success after thisdebut on Earache with a 30 year career touring the world with 8 studioalbums in their belts.. From the very earliest days of Earache Records,BBC National Radio's John Peel was a huge supporter of the Earachelabel and it's extreme grind core bands. Peel first offered BOLTTHROWER a session in 1988, and invited them back at the end of 1988and again in 1990 to the hallowed Maida Vale studios that helped breakthe band to mainstream success. Widely regarded as the heaviest ofthem all.
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Spearhead / Cenotaph
Artist: Bolt Thrower
Format: Vinyl
New: Available--will ship direct from our distributor $27.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Spearhead
2. Crown of Life
3. Dying Creed
4. Lament
5. Cenotaph
6. Destructive Infinity
7. Prophet of Hatred
8. Realm of Chaos (Live)

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Featuring 8 blistering tracks of the heaviest death metal - Originallyreleased in 1992 and produced by the legendary Colin Richardson.Coventry's finest went on to have huge worldwide success after thisdebut on Earache with a 30 year career touring the world with 8 studioalbums in their belts.. From the very earliest days of Earache Records,BBC National Radio's John Peel was a huge supporter of the Earachelabel and it's extreme grind core bands. Peel first offered BOLTTHROWER a session in 1988, and invited them back at the end of 1988and again in 1990 to the hallowed Maida Vale studios that helped breakthe band to mainstream success. Widely regarded as the heaviest ofthem all.
        
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