True Tales of Slaughter and Slaying

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True Tales Of Slaughter And Slaying
Macabre - True Tales Of Slaughter And Slaying.jpg
Music by Macabre
Distributed by Decomposed Records
Release date
  • July 11, 2006 (2006-07-11)
Running time
86 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

True Tales Of Slaughter and Slaying is a live DVD recording by Macabre performing on stage in Dordrecht, Holland. It is the band's debut DVD released for their 20th anniversary.

Contents

Track listing

  1. Zodiac
  2. Jack the Ripper
  3. Serial Killer
  4. The Wustenfeld Man Eater
  5. Dog Guts
  6. Fritz Haarman der Metzger
  7. Coming to Chicago
  8. The Vampire of Düsseldorf
  9. Acid Bath Vampire
  10. Ed Gein
  11. Dr. Holmes
  12. Fatal Foot Fetish & The Diary of Torture
  13. Scrub A Dub Dub
  14. Mary Bell
  15. The Hitchhiker
  16. Albert Was Worse Than Any Fish In The Sea
  17. Dog Guts
  18. Hitchhiker
  19. Mary Bell
  20. Drill Bit Lobotomy

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