It was in 1991 when the 1st demo by Spanish death metallers Human Waste was released through Drowned Productions (pre-Repulse/pre-Xtreem Music) – the 3rd title on the label. Human Waste arose like a whirlwind with brutal, twisted, and somewhat technical death metal creating a recognizable sound with weird riffing and complex structures.
Human Waste recorded 4 demos, one each year, between 1991 & 1994, but the 4th one, even if it was death metal, was already showing a deviation towards more progressive & experimental sounds.
Those three early demos are now being re-released via Xtreem Music: “The Miracle of Death” (’91), “Existential Nausea” (’92) & “Promo Tape ’93” (’93) are being re-issued in one CD entitled “Harvest Remnants” with remastered sound, liner notes, band photos, and artwork by Canadian artist Derek Restivo.
“Harvest Remnants” is set for February 20th and in the meantime, you can listen to the opening track from ’92 demo below.