Penetralia is the debut studio album by Hypocrisy, released on October 5, 1992 on Nuclear Blast Records. This is the first of two studio albums with vocalist Masse Broberg, who would later be dismissed as vocalist, with guitarist Peter Tägtgren assuming the position instead. Hypocrisy's lyrics do not focus on the paranormal and science fiction as would be the case in later albums, instead focussing on more "traditional" death metal themes such as Satanism and anti-Christianity. Two music videos would be made for tracks from the record: Impotent God and Left to Rot. The album was later remastered and re-released as a double disk album with their second album Osculum Obscenum in 2013.more »
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