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COFFINS To Release ‘Perpetual Penance’ Two-Disc Compilation In June
April 28th, 2015

Tokyo, Japan-based death / doom metal group Coffins issue compilation album Perpetual Penance on June 9th, 2015 through Horror Pain Gore Death Productions.

The outing collects vinyl only and split release tracks, as was the case with February 2011 affair Ancient Torture. The split release tracks were issued with ensembles like Noothgrush, Macabra, Sourvein, Warhammer, Disgrace, Hooded Menace and Stormcrow, Perpetual Penance boasting tracks from vinyl output originally released through Southern Lord, Decibel Magazine, Horror Pain Gore Death Productions, Forcefield Records, Break The Chains, A Pile Of Dirt Music, Doomentia Records, 20 Buck Spin and Hydro-Phonic Records.

Cover artwork duties fell to Uchino.

The first hundred orders of Perpetual Penance include a chrome coffin keychain.

The track listing is as follows;

Disc One

01. ‘Hellbringer’ (demo version from 2013 Colossal Hole EP)
02. ‘No Saviour’ (demo version from Colossal Hole EP)
03. ‘Colossal Hole’ (demo version from Colossal Hole EP)
04. ‘Drowned In Revelation’ (from 2013 split with Noothgrush)
05. ‘The Wretched Path’ (from split with Noothgrush)
06. ‘Reborn’ (from 2012 ‘Reborn’ flexi)
07. ‘Grotesque Messiah’ (extended version from 2012 split with Macabra)
08. ‘Axes Of Vengeance’ (from 2012 split with Sourvein)

Disc Two

01. ‘Till Dawn Of The Doomsday’ (from 2010 split with Warhammer)
02. ‘Grotesque Messiah’ (from 2010 split with Disgrace)
03. ‘In Bloody Sewage’ (from 2010 split with Hooded Menace)
04. ‘The Fog Of Burning Flesh’ (from 2010 split with Stormcrow)
05. ‘Slaughter Of Gods ‘09’ (from split with Stormcrow)
06. ‘Till Dawn Of The Doomsday/Grotesque Messiah’ (live version from 2013 Live In Japan EP)
07. ‘In Bloody Sewage’ (live version from Live In Japan EP)
08. ‘Here Comes Perdition/Under The Stench/Slaughter Of Gods’ (unreleased track, recorded live in Czech Republic)

Fourth studio record The Fleshland was released in July 2013.

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