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The main manifesto of Atrax Morgue is the analysis of the death, his perfection and complete habituation: injections of death to continue to live. In the second tape of Atrax Morgue, Black Slaughter, is deepened the speculative aspect of the project. From the original insert: ”The concept is to create sounds associated with a diseased brain, a murderess, a person who has abnormal behavior towards society.” The side A of the tape opens with the voice of Ted Bundy who speaks to his psychiatrist. Then is a piece that ''talk'' about an autopsy; so the track “Morte” structured on the collage of a schizophrenic voice that repeats obsessively: “I want to see you die !”. The side B starts with a song dedicated to Jeffrey Dahmer, followed to “Necrosadism” based on confession of a woman who enjoys mutilating corpses, and then “Death for company” which Marco expresses some thoughts on death. The tape is originally released in 36 copies on Slaughter Productions in 1993. Tracks remastered from the original tape and the record has been pressed on 140 gr black vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve and comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve, limited to 99 copies w/insert in luxury 160 gr ivory paper.