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Veld - Infested With Rats Life Album

Veld - Infested With Rats Life Album

  • Performer: Veld
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Infested With Rats Life
  • Released: 2005
  • Style: Death Metal
  • Label: Fatal Ecstasy Productions
  • Catalog: KAOS 002
  • Country: Belarus
  • MP3 version size: 2940 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1750 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 462


1Church Of Lies4:25
2Devoured By Doubt5:17
3Believe In Nothing3:08
4Sickly Imagination4:20
5Church Of Lies4:27
6Vengeance Of Slaves4:11
7Apocalypse (Intro)1:06
8Nervous Emotions3:21
9Shameful Heritage1:16
10Defeat Of Humanity3:31
11Tolerance To Victim3:13


  • Cover, Artwork BySergey Kisel
  • DrumsAndrey Kudryavtsev
  • Guitar, BassKonstantin Drozdov
  • Guitar, Bass, VocalsKirill Bobrik
  • Lyrics ByKirill Bobrik
  • ManagementSergey Moroz
  • Music ByKirill Bobrik, Konstantin Drozdov


Recorded and mixed in Vitebsk (Belarus), December 2001 - January 2002.

"Shameful Heritage" performed by Alexander Skalsky.
"Apocalypse (Intro)" performed by Kirill Bobrik and Andrey Semenyuk.

Comes with 6 pages booklet printed by black and silver colors.


  • Matrix / Runout: KAOS 002


  • Record Company – Fatal Ecstasy Productions
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fatal Ecstasy Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Fatal Ecstasy Productions
  • Printed By – Evil Eye Graphic
  • Designed At – Evil Eye Graphic



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“Sometimes people question the need for reissues. For all you fans of old school death metal, VELD is your reason. This album was released back in 2002 (apparently on CDR format), but is now available again in all its ugly glory. Probably the one thing that you'll immediately notice is the rough production. Infested with Rats Life has a really heavy "blower" kind of sound to it, and I've got to say that it fits perfectly. Please VELD, don't change a single thing with the production for your next album. You don't need to record digitally on 666 tracks with some hotshot engineer. Whatever you did this time is what you should stick with. You'll also most likely pick up on a bit of a "tech" feeling in VELD's music. You'd be right about that, but don't start thinking that it's in the "modern" sense. Think instead of very early PESTILENCE, when Martin van Drunken handled the over the top vocals and the music was technical for the sake of the music, and not for the sake of simply being technical. I really can't get over how great this album by VELD is, and I'd like to thank Fatal Ecstasy Productions for having the balls to reissue it. If Belarus has any more bands similar to this unholy trio, then I say... bring 'em on!”
MetalNightmare webzine (USA) issue #19