Despite being listed as an influence by such renowned metal acts as God Forbid and Shadows Fall, the Chicago, IL-based Oppressor largely fell under the metallic radar during their years as an active band (1991-1999).
But now, ten years after they ceased to be, highlights from all three of Oppressor's studio albums will be highlighted on the forthcoming fourteen-track compilation, The Solstice of Agony and Corrosion.
Since all of the group's albums have been long out of print, this set will come in handy for admirers of underground and extreme metal. And in addition to album highlights, included are hard-to-find death metal readings of Motley Crue and Ozzy Osbourne classics ("Looks That Kill" and "Over the Mountain," respectively).
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