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Lord of Putrefaction

By most any accepted way of measuring achievement, Dorset, England’s Lord of Putrefaction accomplished precious small during their short existence; yet their name lives on because of an ultimate change, a couple of years down the road, into leading U.K. doom clothing Electric powered Wizard. It sure as hell didn’t begin that method for eventual Wizard main guy, vocalist, and guitarist Jus Oborn, though. When he 1st founded Lord of Putrefaction in 1988 with bassist Harry Armstrong and drummer Gareth Brunsdon, their affects consisted mainly of crusty, modern death metal works like Carcass, Bolt Thrower, and Celtic Frost. But during the period of two demos (including 1989 underground preferred Necromantic) their songwriting steadily shifted toward creeping, loss of life/doom tempos. By enough time a revamped lineup coordinating Oborn with second guitarist Adam Richardson, bassist Dave Gedge, and drummer Wayne Evans documented a 1991 break up launch with Mortal Remains to be, the band experienced that their name no more fit them, and they also soon started phoning themselves Thy Grief Eternal rather.

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