Summertime means welcoming the 5th installment of our yearly compilation, Intestinal Purge.
Featuring album art by Japanese Illustrator, Mei Maro, Intestinal Purge includes 16 tracks of previously, recently, and just to be released material from the Gore House Production roster, and it's affiliated.
1. Display of Decay - Decimate (from the album 'Art in Mutilation')
2. Torn the Fuck Apart - Abhorrent Existence (from the upcoming album 'A Genetic Predisposition to Violence')
3. Atoll - Bikini Atoll Fallout Frenzy (from the album 'Fallout Frenzy')
4. Scrotoctomy - Born to Eviscerate (from the album 'Born to Eviscerate')
5. Ayakasi Kagura - Magatsuboshi (from the upcoming album 'Zan Kyo' on Stillbirth Records)
6. Cryptic Enslavement - Orgy of Atrocity (from the album 'Perverse Hallucinatory Descent')
7. Hideous Rebirth - Haunting Carnal Illusions (from the album 'La Fosa Comun')
8. Scumpulse - Broken Reflection (from the album 'Rotten')
9. Clitgore - The Lust Supper (ft Dave Kibler & Jake Lahniers of Lividity) (from the album 'Stories of A bloody Clit')
10. Fetal Disgorge - Menstrual Milkshake (from the album 'Mass Female Degradation')
11. Relics of Humanity - Stench Of Burning Heavens (from the album 'Decade Ov Desacralization')
12. Party Cannon - Keg Crusher (from the album 'Perverse Party Platter')
13. Lithopaedion - Engorged in Suffering (from their self released EP 'Unrealized Potential')
14. Scordatura - Self Created Abyss (from the album 'Self-Created Abyss')
15. Cranial Engorgement - Mongoloid Massacre (from the album 'Horrific Existence')
16. Devast - Catastrophic BeastSpawn (from the album 'Apocalyptic Human Extinction')
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