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Ahab

German funeral doom trio Ahab were founded in the city of Esslingen by Midnattsol and Penetralia music artists Daniel Droste (vocals, guitars, keyboards) and Christian Hector (acoustic guitar), alongside Endzeit member Stephan Adolph (bass, history vocals). Taking motivation from Herman Melville’s traditional tale of an excellent white whale as well …

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Inherit Disease

A punishing death steel device from southern California, Inherit Disease was founded in Ventura in 2002 using the intent to provide probably the most “brutal, techie, first, and dissonant” edition from the genre possible. The music group spent their initial 2 yrs honing their abilities on-stage, ultimately issuing a set …

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The Concubine

Tabernacle, New Jersey’s the Concubine are recognized for death metal while brutal since it is usually intricate, relying much less on industrial gimmicks and melodic choruses than the majority of their Backyard State peers. Created in 2003, the group offers toured thoroughly with rings like Evergreen Terrace, Pyosipus, among others, …

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Abysmal Dawn

West Coast loss of life metal clothing Abysmal Dawn formed in 2003 round the skills of guitarist/vocalist Charles Elliott, guitarist Jamie Boulanger, bassist Carlos Arriola, and drummer Terry Barajas. The Los Angeles-based quartet’s exclusive mixture of thrash, grindcore, and dark metal was initially heard on the 2004 demonstration that circulated …

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Despised Icon

Hyper-technical deathcore band Despised Icon was shaped in Montreal, Canada in January of 2002, and by year’s end had already released its 1st album, Consumed from your Poison, through regional Galy Records. The group experienced several setbacks because of lineup changes the next yr, but rebounded by early 2004 having …

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Horrified

When Greece’s death/black colored metal picture first exploded into action in the first 90’s, Horrified were among its first & most promising rings. Produced in 1990 by vocalist Gore, guitarist Timos, bassist Kostas and drummer Stelios, the group released several separately released E.P.’s (‘90’s Eternal God and ‘92’s The Old …

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One Man Army and the Undead Quartet

No doubt motivated by his preliminary ousting from Swedish speed-deathsters the Crown to create way for On the Gates legend Tomas Lindberg, and then be sheepishly asked back again to sing on the last album, vocalist Johan Lindstrand vented his frustrations with a fresh task aptly named One Man Army …

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Cannibal Corpse

“If vomit had been a movie, this might end up being the soundtrack,” wrote one critic of Cannibal Corpse’s music, a few of the most severe, violent death steel sounds and subject material ever focused on tape. Reveling in splatter-horror imagery within their frequently indecipherable lyrics, the group’s visual record …

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Callenish Circle

Dutch death metallic band Callenish Group rose in the ashes of a youthful music group named Genocide circa 1992. Vocalist Patrick Savelkoul and guitarist Jos Evers caused countless different lineups before selecting stability 2 yrs later using the entrance of guitarist Ronny Tijssen, bassist John Gorissen, and drummer Gavin Harte. …

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Caliban

German deathcore music group Caliban was shaped in 1997, and signed almost immediately with Lifeforce Information, which released their eponymous EP the next calendar year. A hard-working number, the music group after that embarked on a relentless touring and documenting schedule, traveling so far as America and Japan while intermittently …

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