decomposition, rot, rotting, putrefaction(noun)
(biology) the process of decay caused by bacterial or fungal action
Rotting is the second album by the Brazilian extreme metal band Sarcófago. It was released in August 1989. Prior to recording, drummer D. D. Crazy left the band to join Sextrash, and M. Joker took over on drums. After a short tour, the band headed for the studios. The LP was licensed to Music for Nations in Europe, and in the US the cover was censored. Later, the CD was seized by the authorities from European importers and distributors, once again because of its cover. The album features a much more technical approach to their previous effort, I.N.R.I., and as opposed to a mass of short songs features minimal lengthy songs - the album features 4 tracks on the album over 6 minutes in length. Tracy nearly reaches the 9 minute mark. The guitar recording has a peculiar method where the one guitar recording is played in both speakers with one having a slightly altered pitch to give the impression that two different guitars are playing precisely the same thing. The album stays akin to death metal, featuring several tempo changes throughout and constant riff changes in odd song structures - Tracy has approximately 20 riffs, and the tempo can be clocked at around 260 beats per minute for most of them.
capable of decaying through the action of living organismsSubmitted by anonymous on March 20, 2014
The numerical value of rotting in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of rotting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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From my rotting body, flowers shall grow and I am in them and that is eternity.
I could smell a funny smell. Like rotting. Not nice. There was stuff inside of it.
There were thousands of them. I felt physically sick. I felt dirty, like I had rotting flesh. I wanted my leg off there and then.
The vast majority of slugs and snails feed on dead or rotting vegetation so I wouldn't call them the gardener's pest, they get a bad press.
Do not bless all the changes; change must be progressive; if not, we must not call it as change; the correct name is deterioration or decaying! Beware of the changes! Any change which is not progressive is just a rotting!
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