Genital Bastard

Genital Bastard - Something Sick and Bizarre


01. The Gore Has Just Begun 03:02
02. Butcher Their Patients Bloody Red 02:13
03. Raped and Mangled 02:53
04. Blistering the Flesh 03:08
05. Destroying, Disfiguring, Dead You'll be 02:32
06. Narcotized by Pain 02:13
07. And the Bitch Could Not Say a Word 02:25
08. Unburied Corpses 02:17
09. Ripping Through Flesh the Vein 02:55
10. Gnawing Meat From Your Bones 03:35
11. Torture Them Slow! 03:19
12. Something Sick and Bizarre 02:47

Total Runningtime 00:33:23

When someone dies, the body will usually decompose immediately. Decay occurs because the cells begin to break down and are accompanied by bacteria that attack the body. But how long does it take for the body to decompose completely? The decomposition process begins within minutes of death, although there are variables such as ambient temperature, soil acidity, and coffin material that can affect the time it takes for a body to become a skeleton. On average, a body buried in a casket usually begins to decompose within a year. However, the decomposition of these corpses can take up to a decade to fully decompose, leaving only a skeleton. Meanwhile, a body buried without a coffin has no protection from insects and other elements. This causes the body to become a skeleton within five years.

The process of decomposition or decay of the corpse occurs directly. Once death occurs and oxygenated blood stops flowing, it causes the cells to die which is called autolysis. In this process the cell releases enzymes that break down the cell itself as well as carbohydrates and proteins. The decay or decomposition of organic matter without oxygen by bacteria, fungi, or other organisms can turn parts of the body skin green about 18 hours after death. This happens simultaneously because bacteria in the stomach multiply rapidly, creating gas that causes bloating and odor. Decomposition accelerates when the body is in a hot environment, which is why human remains are often stored in refrigerators until it's time for burial. During the bloating stage of the decomposition process, the skin may detach and blister or it may develop a special pattern, where greenish-black blood vessels can be seen through the skin in about 24 to 48 hours after death.

After bloating and in a process known as black rot, the organs and tissues of the body soften and life forms such as insects and microna will feed on the remaining soft tissues, leaving behind the skeletal remains. Decomposition slows down significantly at this (skeletal) stage and it can take years or decades for the skeletal remains to disintegrate. To delay decomposition, preservation of the body can be done for example by injecting formalin into the body. This preservative chemical stops the activity of bacteria that damage the body. Corpses that use this preservation procedure will only decay for 5-10 years. At that time, the tissue is gone and only bones remain. But there are also several factors that influence such as one of them is the quality of the preservation work.

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