...And Then You'll Beg

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And Then You'll Beg
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Studio album by Cryptopsy
Released October 31, 2000
Recorded Summer 2000 at Victor Studio, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Genre Technical death metal
Length 39:03
Label Century Media
Producer Pierre Remillard and Cryptopsy
Cryptopsy chronology
Whisper Supremacy
(1998)Whisper Supremacy1998
...And Then You'll Beg
(2000)
None So Live
(2003)None So Live2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

And Then You'll Beg is the fourth album by Canadian technical death metal band Cryptopsy. It is the first album with guitarist Alex Auburn, and the last album with vocalist Mike DiSalvo and guitarist Jon Levasseur, until Levasseur returned in 2011. "Back to the Worms" was the only track from Ungentle Exhumation that was not re-recorded for the debut album Blasphemy Made Flesh. The album starts with a sample from the movie The Matrix.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "…And Then It Passes" 5:06
2. "We Bleed" 6:18
3. "Voice of Unreason" 2:54
4. "My Prodigal Sun" 2:15
5. "Shroud" 4:05
6. "Soar and Envision Sore Vision" 3:29
7. "Equivalent Equilibrium" 4:17
8. "Back to the Worms" 3:19
9. "Screams Go Unheard" 7:20
Total length: 39:03

Personnel[edit]

Cryptopsy[edit]

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Dave Galea – technical adviser
  • Graves – mastering
  • Louis Legault – engineering assistant
  • Pierre Rémillard – production, engineering, mixing
  • Francois Quevillon – design, illustration, photography

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