Sickening Asphyxiation - Visualizing Extinction (2020)


Sickening Asphyxiation - Visualizing Extinction (2020)


01. Stench of Burnt Flesh! 02:47
02. Infesting Forgotten Mass Graves 02:50
03. Fetishistic 02:51
04. Colostomy Your Suffocate 02:39
05. The Rotten Sculpture 02:03
06. Pathological Waste 02:09
07. Excrete and Disgorged 01:53
08. The Splattered Necropsy 02:57
09. Cataclysmic Upheaval 03:31
10. Visualizing Extinction 03:05
11. Incarnation of Disgrace 02:36
12. Homemade Walking Dead 03:15
13. Straight to the Gut 04:14
14. Whispering a Thousand Death 01:30
15. Stressed Expression 02:23

Total runningtime 00:40:48

They disgust us. They terrify us. They fascinate us. Veritable monsters in human form, serial killers represent some of the scariest and yet most interesting people on Earth, ones whose grisly deeds leave us wondering “why?”, Some were victimized themselves, some suffered from serious mental disorders, and some actually may have just been plain evil. Whatever the psychological makeup of these murderers, serial killer stories are filled with the kind of macabre and shocking elements that always leave us coming back for more, even if we’re chilled to the bone.

Take the story of Ted Bundy, the handsome charmer who killed at least 30 victims and even referred to himself as “the most cold-hearted son of a bitch you’ll ever meet.” Then there’s the story of David Parker Ray, “The Toy-Box Killer” who brutalized his victims with a ghastly array of implements inside a homemade torture chamber in his truck trailer. If that’s not enough, discover the story of Ed Gein, the man who inspired both Norman Bates from Psycho and Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Or learn the story of female serial killer Aileen Wuornos, whose own film adaptation, Monster, tells you much of what you need to know about her in the title. From those immortalized onscreen to those too brutal for the movies, these are the worst serial killer stories you won’t be able to stop reading.

Psychopathy is traditionally a personality disorder characterized by persistent antisocial behavior, impaired empathy and remorse, and bold, disinhibited, and egotistical traits. It is sometimes considered synonymous with sociopathy. Different conceptions of psychopathy have been used throughout history that are only partly overlapping and may sometimes be contradictory. Socially, psychopathy expresses extensive callous and manipulative self-serving behaviors with no regard for others, and often is associated with repeated delinquency, crime and violence. Mentally, impairments in processes related to affect and cognition, particularly socially related mental processes, have been found in those with the disorder. Developmentally, symptoms of psychopathy have been identified in young children with conduct disorder, and is suggestive of at least a partial constitutional factor that influences its development.

SICKENING ASPHYXIATION like difficulty breathing in conditions Pain gives birth to many dimensions of thinking someone to be chaotic and mentally ill. like when I make a song with a very fast tempo even faster when a sharp knife will cut your neck. a concept that was completely unthinkable but serious enough for me to show in a lot of inspired music with a lot of sadistic and cruel stories. just when you recall the cruelty that had occurred from a person's mental disorder. Band formed back on June 2016 When the contents of the brain like exploding with crazy ideas, crazy how psychopaths kill victims spontaneously. There are several archetypal images of psychopathy in both lay and professional accounts which only partly overlap and can involve contradictory traits: the charming con artist, the deranged serial killer and mass murderer, the callous and scheming businessperson, and the chronic low-level offender and juvenile delinquent. The public concept reflects some combination of fear of a mythical bogeyman, the disgust and intrigue surrounding evil, and fascination and sometimes perhaps envy of people who might appear to go through life without attachments and unencumbered by guilt, anguish or insecurity.

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