Phlebotomized - Skycontact album download
|B2||I Lost My Cookies In The Disco||7:31|
|I Hope You Know (In 4 Parts)||(22:12)|
|C.i||A Cry In July|
|C.ii||Never Lose Hope|
|C.iv||Out To You|
- Pressed By – GZ Media – 136847E
- Recorded At – Beaufort Studio
- Bass, Violin – Jaro Stulrajter
- Cover – Patrick v/d Zee
- Drums, Vocals – Lawrence Payne
- Engineer – Han Swagerman
- Guitar – Jordy Middelbosch, Tom Palms
- Keyboards, Effects, Piano – Ben Quak
- Layout – Wouter Wagemans
- Mixed By – Ben Quak, Tom Palms
- Photography By – Mila Verhoef
- Photography By, Layout – Ruby van Ruyven
- Producer – Phlebotomized
- Remastered By – Tom Palms
- Vocals – Dennis Geestman
NotesRecorded at Beaufort Studio, July/August 1996
Gatefold double LP, etched side D with Phlebotomized logo.
Pressed By information is not listed. Information derived from runouts.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8715392152214
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 136847E1/A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 136847E2/A
- Matrix / Runout (Side C): 136847E3/A
|CYCD20||Phlebotomized||Skycontact (CD, Album)||Cyber Music||CYCD20||Netherlands||1997|
|none||Phlebotomized||Skycontact (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Moon Records||none||Ukraine||1997|
|293||Phlebotomized||Skycontact (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Angel's Of Hell Records||293||Russia||Unknown|
|CYCD20||Phlebotomized||Skycontact (CD, Album, Promo)||Cyber Music||CYCD20||Netherlands||1997|
|HHR 2015-22||Phlebotomized||Skycontact (2xLP, Album)||Hammerheart Records||HHR 2015-22||Netherlands||2015|
Skycontact (Cass, Album, Unofficial). Angel's Of Hell Records. Phlebotomized - I Hope You Know: A Cry In July 7:40. c4d4v3r, Quotenjugendlicher, Mysterons, neilyoung.
Band Name Phlebotomized. Album Name Skycontact. Дата релиза Февраль 1997. Музыкальный стильDeath Metal. Владельцы этого альбома15.
Skycontact (1997) by Phlebotomized. Genres: Avant-garde Metal, Death Metal Members: Dennis Geestman, Jordy Middelbosch, Tom Palms, Peter Verhoef, Ben Quak, Jaro Stulrajter.
The follow up album Skycontact is the second album in the package! Skycontact is Phlebotomized’s sophomore effort which retains little to nothing from their first album. Brutality has drastically decreased (if we consider Immense, intense, suspense as being brutal) although heavy, dense and muddy guitar riffs are still present as growled vocals do. But this time emphasis is put on melodies and mood, as the ever present keyboard or the presence of clean vocals indicate.
I expected Skycontact to be another brutishly blasting album with death/doom passages and a general experimental edge. What I got in return was nearly the opposite, hence my reaction at the time. Brutality has drastically decreased (if we consider immense, intense, suspense brutal, which in my opinion is quite farfetched) although heavy, dense and muddy guitar riffs are still present as growled vocals do.
Phlebotomized were a band who gained recognition for only one album; Immense Intense Suspense, a moderately unique splicing of death metal convention with violins and the mildest tinge of plain old rock 'n' roll – perhaps the clearest indication of what was to come in this, its distant cousin Skycontact.