Gore Elohim* ‎– Electric Lucifer

Supercoven Records ‎– SUPERCOVEN 001
CD, Album

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1 Progress
Producer – V Don
2 Kill For Hashem
Producer – Beat Butcha
3 Skeptics Apocalypse
Producer – Junior Makhno
4 Last Days Of Humanity
Producer – Gore Elohim*
5 Children Of Doom
Featuring – Born Unique, Red Eye (6), Venom (7)Producer – BeatAhoe
6 Lord Of Plagues
Producer – Sunday (3)
7 Food Embassy
Producer – Junior Makhno
8 The Essence Of Putrescence
Producer – V Don
9 Inverted Churches
Featuring – Jak TripperProducer – MoSS (5)
10 Ordination For Excorsism
Producer – Gore Elohim*
11 Iron Baphomet
Featuring – Young Dirty BastardProducer – Al Tarba
12 Late For An Early Grave
Producer – Sunday (3)
13 Crisis
Producer – V Don
14 Electric Lucifer
Producer – Beat Butcha
15 Poison The City
Producer – Sunday (3)
16 Goretorium
Producer – Vic Grimes
17 Federal Emergency Management Agency
Producer – MoSS (5)
18 Videotapes
Featuring – Jak TripperProducer – Scarcity
19 Ritual Abuse
Producer – Gemini Lounge
20 Brown Bunny
Producer – MoSS (5)
21 Spiritual Harassment
Featuring – Tragedy KhadafiProducer – Beat Butcha
22 The Dream Is Dead
Featuring – Young Dirty BastardProducer – Beat Butcha

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  • Barcode: 8 27166 25492 0

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SOR-1018-1 Gore Elohim* Electric Lucifer(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Gre) Smoke On Records SOR-1018-1 Germany 2018 Sell This Version
SOR-1018-2 Gore Elohim* Electric Lucifer(CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE) Smoke On Records SOR-1018-2 Germany 2018 Sell This Version


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January 3, 2020

Wow! crazy good album. Super dark feel, super occult vibe. Main lyrical theme here is conspiracy theory NWO reptilian UFO Illuminati dark arts a la Hillary Clinton, John Podesta, Infowars, Alex Jones, Pizzagate, etc. Beats are typical new school east coast grimey; complex and layered. Lots of obscure movie sample dialogue and attention to detail mixing. Anybody familiar with Non Phixion and Ill Bill will know what to expect. A couple nice features, particularly Jak Tripper (aka Jak Progresso), but basically this is a total GORE effort; a ton of rhymes. Artwork is sick, as is the opening instrumental collage track which sets the tone. Recommended for any hardcore new school east coast heads for the solid vocal delivery and consistent underground beats, but the super dark and disturbed subject matter could make this release appreciated by heavy metal and other 9/11 truth heads as well. Enjoy the experience.


May 29, 2017

to me the only album compareable is killah priests heavy mental. if your a real hip hop head you know what kind of compliment that is. amazing visuals with dope beats to match. classic.