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Sunday, 20 March 2011

Fuck Beherit - Do Beherit rehearsal demo [1992]

I'll be honest. This is pretty damn awful. Its status as metal is questionable solely because its production is so bad I can't tell if anything but drums and vocals exist. Formed as a protest against/spoof of Beherit, this is only worth listening to as a piece of metal history - it serves no other purpose. Whilst some kvltists may deem this 'the best thing ever', presumably because Beherit themselves are too 'mainstream', it's really not. No artwork exists for this, as it was only ever intended as a rehearsal demo. They had no official releases, not even a demo.

Some tracks are 160 kbps, others are 320.


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