Acrophet - Corrupt Minds SPEED/THRASH METAL 12" VInyl LP

  "Corrupt Minds" by the American hardcore thrash metal band "Acrophet" is their first official album. It was released in 1988, it was produced by "Eric Greif" with "Alan Pangelinan" as sound engineer. The album cover art was designed by "Lisa Meijer" and "Steve Martinez". This web-page has hi-res photos of the album covers, record label and a detailed description.


large album front cover photo of: Acrophet Corrupt Minds

Album Production Information:


Produced by Eric "Griffy" for Edge Entertainment.

Sound/recording engineer: Akan Pangelinan, Mike Witte.

Recorded and mixed at Opus Recording, Gurnee, Illinois. Mastered by Eddy Schreyer.

  Eddy Schreyer, Owner and chief engineer of Oasis Mastering, Studio City, California, has over 30 years of experiencing mastering thousands of music albums.

Music Genre:

Hardcore Punk Crossover Thrash Metal Music

Album Production:

Album cover: Steve Martinez, Lisa Meijer, Eric Greif

Record Label Information:

Roadrunner RR 9523 / Triple X Records

Media Format:

12" Vinyl LP Gramophone 150 grams vinyl

Year & Country:

1988 Made in Holland
Band Members and Musicians on: Acrophet Corrupt Minds
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Dave Baumann bass/vocals
  • Dave Pelino guitars
  • Todd Saike guitars
  • Jason Mooney drums
Track Listing of: Acrophet Corrupt Minds
    Side One:
  1. Intro To Corruption
  2. Corrupt Minds
  3. Slaves of Sin
  4. From The Depths
  5. Lifeless Image
  6. Crowd Distress
  7. Crime for Living
    Side Two:
  1. Holy Spirit
  2. Living in Today
  3. Ceremonial Slaughter
  4. Warped Illusions
  5. Forgotten Faith
  6. Victims of the Holocaust
High Resolution Photo Album Front Cover of Acrophet  - Corrupt Minds  
Album Back Cover  Photo of "Acrophet Corrupt Minds"

High Resolution Photo Album Back Cover of Acrophet  - Corrupt Minds

High Resolution Photo of the enlarged label Acrophet  - Corrupt Minds

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