Making a splash on the Montreal death metal scene with their 1993 demo Ungentle Exhumation, Cryptopsy were immediately recognized in Europe after signing to Germany's Invasion Records the following year. Consisting of vocalist Lord Worm, guitarists Jon Levasseur and Miguel Roy, bassist Eric Langlois and drummer Flo Mounier, the band released their first album Blasphemy Made Flesh on the aforementioned label, followed by a Canadian supporting tour. Moving to Sweden's Wrong Again Records in 1996, Cryptopsy's next effort was the eight-song EP None So Vile, which came out immediately before Lord Worm quit the band to pursue a full-time job at a beer company. Immediately replaced by ex-Infestation frontman Mike Disalvo, Cryptopsy continued on with their third album, 1998's Whisper Supremacy, which was recorded for Century Media. And Then You'll Beg was issued in 2000, and Century Media reissued their early recordings the following year. ~ Mike DaRoncoPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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