Here it is. Arguably the very first Death Metal album ever recorded. To some, this is still Thrash, but at the time this was certainly the closest you got to Death Metal, and there's no denying the influence this would have on later Death Metal bands.
The music itself is top notch, just what one would expect from such early Death/Thrash; extremely raw and uncompromising, definitely worthy of the cult status.
Presented in a very nice deluxe digipack, it folds out into an (inverted) cross and includes a nice big booklet and 7 small paper churches you can fold.
Even if you have an older version of this album, purchasing this re-issue is almost worth it just for the packaging alone, it's that well done.
This is a must have for anyone looking into the origins of Death Metal and certainly worth checking out if you're a Thrash fan.
(Also recommended for people looking into early Death metal: Sepultura's Morbid Visions(which now comes packaged with their EP: Bestial Devastation from '85)