Metal Mind Productions Releases Discography of Cerebral Fix

Metal Mind Productions proudly presents “Products of Disgust” by Cerebral Fix: a complete discography of this English thrash/death metal band. The band split up in 1993 but in 2006 announced its reformation. They have an album’s worth of new material, but for now they are waiting for the reception of the new songs. Frank claims that they are interested only in having fun, as they did in the beginning of their career. “It could last a few months or a few years” – says Healy – “Who cares? Cerebral Fix are enjoying it, so join the rollercoaster for a bit!”


This collector’s item consists of 4 CDs, all with bonus tracks (demo, live and previously unreleased tracks), plus a 32-page booklet with a complete band history. “Products of Disgust” includes also 4 premiere tracks, recorded exclusively for this box!! A re-release of classic material from Roadrunner Records archives, digitally remastered using 24-Bit process, released on golden discs. The box will be available on 10th September 2007 in Europe (5th November in USA via MVD).

Cerebral Fix
“Products of Disgust” (remastered + bonus tracks)

Label: Metal Mind Records
Cat. No.: MMP 4 CDBOX 002
Barcode: 5907785030312
Format: 4 CD Box + 32 page booklet (limited edition of 2000 numerated copies)
Genre: thrash/death metal
Release date:  10.09.2007 Europe / 05.11.2007 USA

Tracklists:

Product of Disgust
1. Fear Of Death (demo)
2. Cerebral Fix (demo)
3. Blood And Fire (demo)
4. Power Struggle (demo)
5. N.O.D.D.Y (demo)
6. Behind The Web (demo)
7. Go (demo)
8. Stop (demo)
9. Soap Opera (demo)
10. Zombie (demo)
11. Acid Sick (demo)
12. Give Me Life (demo)
13. Spicy And Tangy (demo)
14. Chigley (demo)
15. Maimed To Beg (unreleased)
16. Eternal Winter ( unreleased)
17. Fear Of Death (Rehearsal) (live)
18. Instrumental (Rehearsal) (live)
19. Cerebral Fix (Rehearsal) (live)
20. Power Struggle (live)
21. Go (live)
22. Life Sucks (live)
23. Behind The Web (live)
24. Give Me Life (live)
25. Fear Of Death (live)
26. Looniverse (live)
27. Zombie (live)
28. Product Of Disgust (live)
29. Skate Drunk (live)
30. Existing Not Living (live)
31. Soap Opera (live)
32. Cerebral Fix (live)
33. Every Time I Do A Fart (Hard-Ons Cover) (live)

Tower Of Spite
1. Unity For Who?
2. Enter The Turmoil
3. Feast Of The Fools
4. Chasten Of Rear
5. Circle Of The Earth
6. Tower Of Spite
7. Injecting Out
8. Quest For Midian
9. Forgotten Genocide
10. Culte Des Mortes (Pt I)
11. Closing Irony
Bonus tracks:
12.  Feast Of The Fools *
13. Maimed To Beg *
14. Warstorm *
15. Tower Of Spite *
16. Forgotten Genocide *
17. Circle Of The Earth *
18. Eternal Winter *
19. Existing Not Living *
20. Injecting Out *
21. Skate Drunk *
22. Cerebral Fix *
* from the “Live at the Barrel Organ 20th March 1990 bootleg”

Bastards
1. Bastards
2. Descent Into The Unconciousness
3. Veil Of Tears
4. Beyond Jerusalem
5. Return To Infinity
6. Sphereborn
7. I Lost A Friend
8. Ritual Abuse
9. Mammonite
10. Middle Third (Mono-Culture)
11. Maimed To Beg
12. No Survivors
13. Smash It Up
Bonus tracks:
14. Warmstorm *
15. Tower Of Spite *
16. Feast Of The Fools *
17. Descent Into The Unconsciousness *
18. Veil Of Tears *
19. Culte Of Tears *
20.  Chasten Of Fear *
* taken from “London bootleg”

Death Erotica
1. Death Erotica
2. World Machine
3. Clarissa
4. Haunted Eyes
5. Mind Within Mine
6. Splintered Wings
7. Creator Of Outcasts
8. Angel’s Kiss
9. Still In Mind
10. The Raft Of Medusa
11. Never Again
12. Too Drunk To Funk
13. Burning
14. Livin’ After Midnight
Bonus Tracks:
15. Warstorm (Live)
16. Stop (Live)
17. N.O.D.D.Y (Live)
18. Motorhead (Live)
19. Legacy Of Hate (Live)
20. Black Blood *
21. Stop! *
22. To Breathe *
23. Fear Factor Red *
* new studio tracks recorded in July 2007

Bio
Cerebral Fix -  English thrash/death metal band formed in Birmingham in 1986 by Simon Forrest on vocals, Gregg Fellows and Tony Warburton on guitars, Adrian Jones on drums and Paul Adams on bass. Thanks to their successful demos “We Need Therapy” and “Product of Disgust” from 1987, the band signed a record deal with an independent label, Vinyl Solution. Soon after that, Paul Adams left the band and formed a band called Reprisal, which later became Benediction. He was replaced by Steve Watson, and the band entered the Loco Studio in South Wales to record their first album “Life Sucks… And Then You Die!” released in 1988. The band promoted this album by touring the UK with bands such as Bolt Thrower, Deviated Instinct, Doom, Electro Hippies, Hellbastard, and Hard-Ons. The album gained further exposure by having several tracks played on the famous BBC Radio 1’s John Peel show. Adrian Jones and Steve Watson left the band in 1989 and ex-Sacrilege members, Frank Healy and Andy Baker, joined the band. A new demo “Tower of Spite” gained an interest of the Roadrunner Records – a well-known record label specializing in heavy metal. To announce the new record deal, Roadrunner Records set up a supporting slot for the band with Sepultura at The Marquee Club in London. In 1990, the second album “Tower of Spite” was released. To support the album, the band went on tour with Napalm Death. Soon after the tour Andy Baker decided to retire. Kev Frost, known from Metal Messiah, joined the band and they went on to tour Holland. Celebral Fix’s third album “Bastards” was released in 1991 by Roadrunner Records. It featured a guest vocal performance by Blaze Bayley and was promoted during a tour with American death metal band, Obituary. The band’s fourth and final album to date “Death Erotica” was released in 1992 by the British label Music For Nations. Guest vocals in various tracks were supplied by members of Napalm Death and Pop Will Eat Itself. As a part of the promotion Celebral Fix toured with doom metal band, Paradise Lost. But soon after, Frank Healy and Gregg Fellows decided to leave the band. Jake Morgan, a Discharge bass player, and the original Cerebral Fix member Steve Watson joined the band for the European leg of the tour with Cancer. Returning to the UK for another tour, Gregg Fellows stepped-in the band and Nicholas Barker of Dimmu Borgir and Cradle of Filth temporarily filled in on drums. The band split up in 1993 but in 2006 announced its reformation. They have an album’s worth of new material, but for now they are waiting for the reception of the new songs. Frank claims that they are interested only in having fun, as they did in the beginning of their career. “It could last a few months or a few years” – says Healy – “Who cares? Cerebral Fix are enjoying it, so join the rollercoaster for a bit!”

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