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Album info

Ritual Device-
Rabe


• -ism SI 0013
• Released Nov. 28, 1995
• Format: 7" vinyl

Description
Ritual Device were the ultimate in hate rock. This is unfortunately their swan song release. Vicious cover art, spindle art by Frank Kozik, a demented version of "Young at Heart," sheer terror for your granny. This was a follow up to their split 10" with Killdozer on Man's Ruin, and actually was released after their live CD, "Trademark of Quality." The cover is a set of hospital photos of a severe injury that Lincoln booking legend David Lee Rabe suffered. Ironically and unplanned, this release came out 9 years to the day after his injury. The only way to get it is to get it.
Tracks

• Porkfist
• Young at Heart