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Lock Up

A side project for Napalm Death’s Shane Embury (bass) and Jesse Pintado (guitar), SECURE was essentially conceived being a booze-fueled go back to the organic brutality of middle-’80s proto-death steel. Named following a loss of life steel drumming technique where the hands are stiffened to create lightning-fast blastbeats, SECURE was …

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Hypocrisy

The Swedish death metal band Hypocrisy was shaped by Peter Tägtgren in 1990 upon his go back to Sweden from Florida, where he previously been motivated by that state’s flourishing death metal scene (bands like Morbid Angel, Deicide, Loss of life, and Obituary). Hypocrisy’s 1st demo was documented completely by …

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Homo Iratus

Homo Iratus was formed in Thessaloniki, Greece, in 1998 and features vocalist Mitch, guitarist Alex, bassist Aggelos, and drummer Argyris. Boasting an extremely percussive modern loss of life metal audio (not really unlike middle-era Sepultura sometimes, but taken up to even more extremes), the group released their debut record, Human …

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Jörgen Knot Sandström

Jörgen Knot Sandström may be the bassist for Entombed. He’s also the vocalist in an organization called the Task Hate MCMXCIX. That group had not been his first-time as lead vocalist, though. He previously filled that capability in Grave, launching several CDs together.

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Sculptured

Camas, WA-based music group Sculptured play an experimental make of atmospheric, melodic, and frequently surprisingly calm loss of life metallic — a minimum of to the degree they can end up being categorized. Their thoughtful lyrics, in addition to their usage of brass tools and unusual acoustic guitar dissonances are …

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Dim Mak

The self-described “cobracore” metal band Dim Mak formed in the later ’90s in the ashes of death metal cult favorites Ripping Corpse, a band where three of Dim Mak’s members — vocalist Scott Ruth, guitarist Shaune Kelley, and drummer Brandon Thomas — played (another member is bassist Dennis Carrol). And …

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Usurper

Acquiring their name, and frankly a lot of their appear, through the legendary Celtic Frost, this Chicago death steel trio emerged together in 1993. Although Usurper’s audio is rather derogatory of early dark/death steel, ? la Venom and these Celtic Frost, they have the ability to end up being creative …

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Dew-Scented

Germany’s curiously called death/thrash clothing Dew-Scented was founded in 1992 at that time drummer, later vocalist Leif Jensen. As well as assorted, short-tenured bandmates, he steadily parlayed a set of demos (1993’s Symbolization and 1994’s unnamed promo) right into a deal with regional impartial Steamhammer for 1996’s full-length debut, Immortelle. …

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DevilDriver

Following dissolution of Marilyn Manson/Korn-aping, nu-metal also-rans Coal Chamber, vocalist Dez Fafara installed with guitarists Evans Pitts and Jeffrey Kendrick, bassist Jon Miller, and drummer John Boecklin to create DevilDriver — a fairly more extreme group dedicated to the next hardcore-meets-death-metal trends. Agreed upon to Roadrunner like Fafara’s prior group, …

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Sarcófago

Combined with the today renowned Sepultura, Sarcófago (translation: “sarcophagus”) included the very first wave of Brazilian death metallic rings, a ragged collective that stormed from the Southern American nation simply since it was rising from decades spent in an oppressive armed service dictatorship. Although country’s metal picture was understandably little …

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