Suicide Commando sees ‘Black Flowers’ tape finally released on CD – limited run only
When Suicide Commando self-released the “Black Flowers” album on tape in 1992, it became an instant classic. It never saw a re-release though on CD. Until now. A limited edition has been made available right now holding 13 tracks including an exclusive rare bonus track; the industrial 30 minute soundscape track “Baustellen”.
You can order your copy of this very limited edition (in digipak) right now.
Here’s the complete track list:
01 Die Herrscher Des Himmels (feat. B. Rafalski)
02 The Mirror
03 Never Get Out
04 Selling God
05 Down On Your Knees
06 Symptoms of Death
07 Down On Your Knees (Slavery Mix by Siegmar Fricke)
09 Black Flowers (I & II)
11 Hang Me, Nail Me, Burn Me, Bury Me
13 Baustellen (Bonus)
And here’s a video for “Hang Me, Nail Me, Burn Me, Bury Me”.
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