Cauterized - Threads of Mortality album flac
- Album: Threads of Mortality
- FLAC: 1106 mb | MP3: 1467 mb
- Released: 2015
- Style: Death Metal, Grindcore
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 340
- Format: APE FLAC AUD AHX ADX TTA WMA
|A2||Threads of Mortality||2:13|
|A4||Delusions of Morbidity||2:18|
NotesPromo tape by Seattle-based death metal band Cauterized. Released via Extremely Rotten Productions. Program repeats on both sides. Side B of cassette does not have a sticker like Side A.
CAUTERIZED - Threads of Mortality.
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Threads of Mortality" from our 2014 rehearsal tape. CAUTERIZED - Threads of Mortality. Seattle, Washington Death/Grind band. Members of Trepanation, Bone Sickness, Chronic Tomb, Oust. Cauterized added a new photo.
Cauterized - Threads of Mortality tape. Looking for MANOWAR BACKPATCH, preferrably from the album "Fighting the World".
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Band Name Cauterized. Album Name Retribution.
Thread of Mortality is a Legendary Amulet. 6% of Attack Damage converted to Health. 10 Health Regenerated per second. Increases Health Regeneration by 15%. 50% Vitality Resistance. 36% Chaos Resistance. 5% to Maximum Vitality Resistance. 8% to Maximum Chaos Resistance. 2 to Mark of Torment. Thread of Mortality (33% Chance when Hit). Harvest the mortal threads of your foes, turning their vitality into your own. Affects up to 3 targets.
Cauterized (2). Profile: Seattle-based extreme metal band. Formed in 2014, this band only has one release under their name. Sites: metal-archives. Cauterized (2). Threads of Mortality (Cass, Promo, Red). Extremely Rotten Records.
The Gompertz–Makeham law states that the human death rate is the sum of an age-independent component (the Makeham term, named after William Makeham) and an age-dependent component (the Gompertz function, named after Benjamin Gompertz), which increases exponentially with age. In a protected environment where external causes of death are rare (laboratory conditions, low mortality countries, et., the age-independent mortality component is often negligible