VxPxOxAxAxWxAxMxCx - In Involuntary Abortion We Trust

Baby-haters, kid-lovers, nun-rapers, dog-killers, wife-beaters and all the rest of the perverted, extra demented lunatics of the mental institutions of this fucking world... Come forth!!! This release was meant for you!

You like clean crisp productions, and orthodox song structures? They don't give a shit!

You like paintings of mountains, lakes, trees and shit like that on the cover? They don't give a shit!

You like lyrical contents of satan, the boogeyman and the fucking easter bunny??? Well guess what... They don't give a shit!

This is GORE ladies and gentlemen... As it should be... cruel, disgusting, repulsive, filthy, rotten and full of hate for the human existence from it's birth...

The Austrian goregrind machine VxPxOxAxAxWxAxMxCx (Vaginal Penetration Of An Amelus With A Musty Carrot) has done it once again! "In Involuntary Abortion We Trust" is their new source of reek for 2012. It is a mini CD with 7 tracks of 'stupid, baby hating yet childish goregrind with slamming brutal death metal touches' (in their own words exactly). 4 New studio tracks, two live ones and an extra stupid (in their own words again) remix of their own 'Eyball Peeler'. These guys take the whole gore aspect way further than expected... From their ultra gory artwork with the raw photo of the aborted fetus on the cover, to their blasting music full of piggy squeals and the lyrical content of baby hating menace. Be warned ladies... this shit ain't for everyone... As they declare in their press info sheet ''If you're into politically correct crap, STAY AWAY! This is gore for gore fans!''. A plus on this release is a guest performance of Erwin de Groot of the legendary Last Days Of Humanity! Gorephiliacs... Feast your ears on it!


  1. Mass Suicide With A Rusty Comb
  2. Embryo's Orgasm
  3. Double Emetophilia Session
  4. Eyeball Peeler
  5. Slushy Baby Chainsaw Assfuck (live)
  6. Rancid Monstrosity (live)
  7. Eyeball Peeler (Pumuckl version)

Reviewer: twansibon
Sep 12, 2012
Next review: Refusal - Grasp

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