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Deströyer 666

Melbourne, Australia’s subtlety-free Deströyer 666 originated being a one-man dark metal project in the imaginatively called K.K. Warslut (aka Keith Destroyer, previously of pioneering Ozzy Satanists Bestial Warlust). Pursuing 1995’s solo-recorded Assault May be the Prince of the World, additional associates Shrapnel (electric guitar), Bullet Eater (bass, aka Phil Gresik of Hobbs’ Angel of Loss of life and Bestial Warlust popularity), and Ballistic Howitzer (drums) done Deströyer 666’s rates for 1997’s sophomore Unchain the Wolves, where time the music group had also followed the smart slogan “Australian and Antichrist.” 3 years transferred before Deströyer 666 finalized their third record, Phoenix Increasing, which brought punchier thrash and loss of life metal elements towards the combine, and significantly heightened their profile, getting their first worldwide release via the growing season of Mist label. The same was accurate of 2002’s Frosty Metal…for an Iron Age, but following the next year’s Terror Abraxas EP, the band appeared to lose just a little vapor. In ’09 2009, after an unexplained hiatus, Deströyer 666 came back triumphantly using their critically acclaimed 4th LP, Defiance. The 2011 Towards the Devil His Credited compiled every one of the group’s monitors previously available just on 7″ vinyl fabric EPs, and in 2016 Deströyer 666 released their much expected fifth studio room long-player, Wildfire.

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