I've now found out that this is the second of Sarcofago's albums. The first (I.N.R.I.) was released in 1987, and this is from 1989. It's very black metal, more then the following "Laws Of Scourge", from 1991, as the songs are longer. Still insane drums (Every song of theirs that I've heard has the fastest drums!), but lyrically, not as good as later efforts. This is probably due to their small grasp of the english language at this time, and not because of their actual songwriting ability.
The guitars rage along with the same speed that Marduk used to have (Darkthrone, Dark Funeral and Mayhem are the only other black metal artists I know to have this raw a sound), and it's very thrashy, but still, it sounds very creepy. It Feels like a black metal album should.
Not a great production, but still, very heavy sounding. With only 5 actual songs on the CD, they're all pretty long. (only "Sex, Drinks and Metal" is less the 4 minutes, with the rest being about 7 to 9 minutes long)
The best lyrics come in the shape of "Nightmare" and "Rotting", and the funniest are on "Sex, Drinks And Metal". The cover was censored.
I really love the sound of this album, and this was the album that really got me interested in the band.
They're still going, after 15 years, and after this, they released "The Laws Of Scourge" (1991), "Crush, Kill, Destroy" (1992), "Hate" (1994), "Decade Of Decay" (1994), "The Worst" (1996), and most recently "Crust" (2000)