Left Hand Path is the debut studio album by Swedish death metal band Entombed, released on 4 June 1990 by Earache Records. The title of the album refers to the Left-Hand Path belief system. Guitarist Alex Hellid found the term in Anton LaVey's book The Satanic Bible. The more melodic, ambient section that comes in at 3:54 of the title track is a cover of the theme from the 1979 horror film Phantasm.
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Yeah, yeah I'm loyal to the soil I'd die for mine, what would you do? I made an oath, then bonded in blood Beast Coasta Nostra. Everybody saying I'm a dead man (Dead man) This right here's a confession, I Never showed love with my left hand (Left hand) Never really fucked with no yes-men, I Think LSD be my best friend Dick so big, use it as a kickstand Rarely ever leave the house without my weapon If you hatin'
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Gouache on watercolour paper 42 x 42 cm 1990. Artwork, which featured as an album cover for the band Entombed. Left Hand Path, from 1990. This was the last painting I made at my families home prior to leaving the village of Ravenshead for the last time at age 19. The improvised writing I made on the tomb was perhaps not a great idea. But in my mind I felt the central object required something extra. Thinking that this giant monolithic slab of stone echoed at a bigger scheme of things, and was representing the many. The working title I gave it was 'Tomb of Everyone'
|Viva Dubs (Pt 1)||10:02|
|Viva Dubs (Pt 2)||8:36|
|SUW002T||Left Hand Down||Viva Dubs (12", Single)||Subwoofer||SUW002T||UK||1994|
|SUW002T||Left Hand Down||Viva Dubs (12", Single, W/Lbl)||Subwoofer||SUW002T||UK||1994|