|1||Scatology Domine (Intro)
Guitar – Troy OftedalPerformer [E-bow] – Travis RyanPerformer [Tannerin] – Troy OftedalPiano – Overlord
|3||Reduced To Paste||4:14|
|5||Cloacula: The Anthropophagic Copromantik||3:05|
|7||Applied Human Defragmentation||5:19|
|10||Lips And Assholes
Backing Vocals – Gabe Serbian, Justin Pearson , Robert Bray
|11||Men Before Swine (Outro)
Electronics – Chris Pooley, Scott Miller Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Sean Vahle
|3984-14480-2||Cattle Decapitation||Humanure (CD, Album, Enh)||Metal Blade Records||3984-14480-2||Germany||2004|
|DS-59||Cattle Decapitation||Humanure (LP + 12", S/Sided, Etch + Album, Ora)||Deep Six Records||DS-59||US||2004|
|none||Cattle Decapitation||Humanure (CD, Album)||Metal Blade Records||none||US||2004|
|3984-14520-2||Cattle Decapitation||Humanure (CD, Album)||Metal Blade Records||3984-14520-2||US||2004|
|MBCY-1003||Cattle Decapitation||Humanure (CD, Album)||Metal Blade Records||MBCY-1003||Japan||2004|
Gabe Serbian, Justin Pearson and Robert Bray of The Locust make guest appearances on this album, along with former member Scott Miller. A music video was produced for "Reduced to Paste". The album cover by Wes Benscoter is a parody of the cover of the Pink Floyd album Atom Heart Mother
Produced by Bill Metoyer. The human body, in its systematic nature Has 3 primary objectives: 1. Procreate 2. Food Intake 3. The elimination of waste.
Labels: Metal Blade Records. Genres: Death Metal, Grindcore Members: Travis Ryan, Josh Elmore, Troy Oftedal, Michael Laughlin, Scott Miller, Robert Bray.
Cover, Artwork – Wes Benscoter. Drums – Michael Laughlin. Guitar – Josh Elmore. Lyrics By – Travis Ryan. Mastered By – Brad Vance. Humanure (LP + 12", S/Sided, Etch + Album, Ora). Humanure (CD, Album).
This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/139 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Humanure. Album starts at 77BPM, ends at 86BPM (+9), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). The Anthropocene Extinction.
Humanure, or the practice of using human excrement to nurture plants, is the bands 4th release. Justin Pearson and Bobby Bray of The Locust make appearances on the album. Humanure is interesting. Overall it uses a lot of the same structures to craft its tracks. The first real opener, Humanure is a strong point that portrays that formula quite well, with Grind song structures, yet with Death Metal riffs, solo’s, and Drum Fills. The closest way I can describe it is, well, all over the.