Legendary death metallers AUTOPSY have set "Dark Crusades" as the title of their long-awaited posthumous double-DVD, tentatively due on August 22 via Peaceville. "Running at some five hours and more and filled to bursting with everything they ever filmed — it's a must for fans," reads a press release. "The quality isn't always the best, in fact it can be downright dodgy — but as anyone who knows the band will tell you, this is classic footage!!"
"Dark Crusades" track listing:
01. 1988 Rehearsal, San Francisco Show
02. Nighttown, Rotterdam Show
03. San Pedro, California Show
04. Hong Kong Cafe, L.A. Show
05. Ruthless Inn, San Francisco Show (last-ever gig)
01. Stone, San Francisco Show
02. Tour Diary and behind the scenes footage
03. "Tortured Moans of Agony" - video clip
AUTOPSY's lineup included drummer/vocalist Chris Reifert, who played on DEATH's seminal debut, "Scream Bloody Gore". The band broke up around the time of their fourth and final album, "Shit Fun" (1995), with Reifert and guitarist Danny Coralles moving on to ABSCESS.
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