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Beneath the gaze of the beast all things are possible. Reflected in those eyes, bleeding liquid malice, all is inverted, all is perverted, all is deconstructed; from your morals to your dreams to your flesh. The world becomes a crimson tableau of a broken natural order, where art is found in the tearing of flesh and the breaking of bones and love becomes defilement, debasement and destruction. Brutality so extreme it is alien to even the most warped of human consciousness runs in thick, congealing streams where once there was the milk of human kindness…and sweet music becomes the sound of hideous, unending slaughter; an eardrum-rupturing torrent of filth…
Formed by members of Bookakee, Soiled By Blood and The Outborn, NecroticGoreBeast have erupted from Quebec’s savage underground music scene. Combining an absolutely staggering drum onslaught, guitars that circle, biting at your flesh like a frenzied shoal of blood-crazed piranhas, bass that delivers concussive blows like a sledgehammer and monstrous vocals, utterly inhuman in their ferocity, this band are the next level in remorseless, relentless aggression. Lyrically crafting nightmares of nauseating barbarity, dioramas of depravity that will haunt your every waking moment, NecroticGoreBeast are an assault on the senses. Their self titled debut album, housed in the dark, visionary artwork of Andreas Christanetoff (Putrified J, Aborted Fetus etc) features guest appearances from Jack Christensen (Kraanium), Alex-Antoine Chamberland (Soiled By Blood) and Diogo Santana (Analepsy) and represents the ultimate in brutal, slamming death metal. It simply doesn’t get any heavier than this.
Despite only forming a mere two years ago, NecroticGoreBeast have created an album that destroys most of the competitors in their field, sweeping them aside with casual ease. The Canadians have, of course, found their home at Comatose Music and on October 11th the world’s premiere brutal death metal label will release this staggering debut album that absolutely epitomises the genre. Prepare to have your understanding of brutality redefined. NecroticGoreBeast are coming…and you’re on their list.
John Mayer – Vocals
Michael Chamberland – Guitar
JP Bouchard – Drums
Alexandre Brochu – Bass
Also featuring guest vocals from:
Further Information: https://www.facebook.com/Necroticgorebeast
Genre: Brutal Death Metal
For fans of: Devourment | Skinless | Internal Bleeding | Putrid Pile
Hear “Fear Inoculum” below, pre-order the album here:
Every first weekend in August the “population” of the tranquil town of Wacken explodes: Its 2,000 residents take on some 80,000 metalheads. During the three-day event, the festival goers turn the village into the third-largest city in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. The organizers provide the necessary infrastructure, including a tent city, showers, toilets, signposts and utility poles.
Wacken Open Air, the biggest heavy metal festival in the world, starts this week in the fields outside a rural German village north of Hamburg.
The frequent wind, rain and mud, along with the hard rock and 70,000 metalheads, mean the festival is not for the faint of heart. But don’t tell that to 13 senior citizens who have taken a bus from a local nursing home to join in the revelry.
On board the party bus is 92-year-old Ilse Schaefer, who sticks her fingers out like horns in the ubiquitous heavy metal sign, and cries out “Wackeeen” as the 12 other elderly metalheads follow her lead. The oldest person in the group is 95 years old.
It is the 6th time the “Haus am Park” (house on the park) nursing home in the nearby town of Heide has organized a trip to Wacken. Visiting the festival has become a highlight of the year.
It is Schaefer’s third trip to the festival. She said she was skeptical of the music at first, but was taken in by the atmosphere of the festival. She enthusiastically greets astonished younger festival goers with her best heavy metal sign.
The trips to Wacken began six years ago after a 59-year-old AC/DC fan at the nursing home suffering from multiple sclerosis told manager Susann Kroos that he’d always wanted to attend Wacken. Kroos organized the first trip as a surprise birthday present for the man.
Most of the seniors at the nursing home are familiar with the festival, as they come from the area and have children and grandchildren who often attend. Kroos said that by attending Wacken, the residents of the nursing home learned how friendly metal fans can be.
Wacken Open Air, running until Sunday, is celebrating its 30th birthday in 2019 and 75,000 fans are expected to attend.