When one views music game titles like “Fuck Them IF THEY Bleed,” “Cannibal Gluttony,” “A Violent Picture of Loss of life,” and “Day time of Cadavers,” it really is safe and sound to assume that the music group in question offers death metallic — and death metallic has certainly been the focus of Finland’s Torture Killer, who’ve been responsible for all those music titles in addition to others which are similarly grindcore-ish. Known for gross-out lyrics coping with things such as cannibalism, mutilation, and dismemberment, Torture Killer offers thrived on surprise value. However they did it in an exceedingly ironic method, and their albums have already been a fitness in dark laughter a lot more than anything. Lyrically, Torture Killer gets a whole lot of motivation from early-‘90s grindcore rings like Cannibal Corpse, Carcass, and Tumor, but musically, they will have under no circumstances been a grindcore music group within the stringent feeling. Rather, Torture Killer’s function has combined loss of life metallic elements (like the stereotypical “Cookie Monster” growling vocals) with components of thrash metallic. Shaped in Turku, Finland in 2002, Torture Killer began like a cover music group and played tracks by Six Ft Under and Obituary. Actually, the name Torture Killer was influenced by way of a Six Ft Under music. However the Finns quickly began writing unique materials, and their 1st full-length recording, For Maggots to Devour, was documented in early 2003 and released by Karmageddon Press. Two years later on, the music group was contacted by American vocalist Chris Barnes, innovator of Six Ft Under as well as the previous lead vocalist of Cannibal Corpse. Torture Killer was going through lineup complications in 2005 — that is barely uncommon within the loss of life metallic/black metallic areas — and Barnes finished up getting Torture Killer’s fresh lead vocalist, although he continuing to business lead Six Ft Under and divided his time taken between the two rings for a couple years. In 2005, Torture Killer authorized with Metal Knife, which released their second full-length recording, Swarm!, in 2006; furthermore to singing business lead on that recording, Barnes wrote over fifty percent the tunes. In early 2008, Barnes announced that he was departing Torture Killer, and Juri Sallinen was employed as his alternative. In March 2008, Torture Killer’s lineup included Sallinen (who in addition has been using the rings Krypta, Ghost World, Funeral Feast, Occult Astral, and Wormfarm) on business lead vocals, Tuomas Karppinen and Jari Laine (previously of Crimson Midwinter) on acoustic guitar, Kim Torniainen on bass, and Tuomo Latvala (previously of Hellbox and Torn) on drums.