Brutal Death Metal

E.g., 21 Oct 2017

Viscera Trail

Viscera Trail is a brutal death metal / gore grind band from Israel. In February-March 2001, guitarist & founder of the band Tomer H., after a long search for band members to form a death metal band in his area, hooked up with vocalist Michael Z. and another guitarist Tal L. and kept on searching for other band members. By April 2001 Tomer found a drummer and a bass player Dani S. After some practicing and shit progress Tal was kicked out of the band and got replaced by another guitarist, and later on Dani decided to quit the band for personal reasons.

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Super Fun Happy Slide

Super Fun Happy Slide is a grindcore band from Australia. Formed in 2005, Super Fun Happy Slide quickly rose to the top of the legendary Heywood grindcore scene with their combination of hardline straight-edge politics and their progressive melodic song writing. After the departure of founding member M. Sanchez, the band relocated to Melbourne City and changed their sound to a more Napalm Death influenced blend of Napalm Death and Napalm Death.

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NOX

There are multiple artists with this name: 1. Nox is an industrial band from Metz, France. They fromed in 1981 by Cécile Babiole, and went into a trio with Gerome Nox (G-nox), and Laurent Perrier joining the band later on. The Laurent Pernice joined in the 90's to make the line up complete. Their heavy tribal percussion, hypnotic guitars and war chants just push them as the right link between industrial and hardcore. 2. Nox is a death metal band from the The Hague, Netherlands.

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Hovadah

Hovadah is grindcore / crust band from London, England with members originally coming from Czech Republic and Slovakia. They were formed at the end of 2005 by Tomas (guitars/vocals) and Dalin (drums), a few jams later Fanas joined on bass, then to complete the line-up Duro (vocals) came. In 2008 Duro is leaving the country so for long distance it's impossible for him and the band to continue in work together. The band plays grindcore mixed in with crust and a little bit of thrash/death influences in the vein of bands like Sayyadina, Extreme Noise Terror or Gadget.

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Fractured Insanity

Fractured Insanity is a brutal death metal band from Moorsele, Belgium. They formed in 2004 by Cid (Vocals, Aeons of Old/Valkyre), Kenny (Lead Guitar), Dieter (Guitar, Pulverize), Didier (Bass, Fleshmould) and Ignace (Drums, Huldrefolk and Aguynguerran). They mix death and gore with their twisting, stop-start catch riffs and hard-tuned drums to create an original piece of death metal. The band self-released an EP "The Ethics of Nihility" in 2006 which put together an awesome crush of guitars and engery into the brutal death metal scene.

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Brutal Truth

Brutal Truth is a New York City-based grindcore band that was formed in 1990 by ex-Anthrax and Nuclear Assault bassist Dan Lilker. Brutal Truth was one of the pioneers of grindcore who enjoyed world wide success, particularly in Japan and Australia. Originally signed to Earache Records, on which they released two albums, 1992's Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses, and 1994's Need to Control, as well as an EP entitled Perpetual Conversion, and a 7" single for the song "Godplayer".

Read more about Brutal Truth on Last.fm.

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Obscene

Obscene was an obscure death/doom metal band from Sweden, having formed in 1990, and only releasing a single demo in the same year, entitled "Grotesque Experience". Obscene play a progressively structured form of Death Metal, building an immense atmosphere, whilst incorporating entrancing, spooky, and downright eerie riffs. There are also two other bands under the same name, a grind/death Obscene from Finland, who released their 1992 demo "Greed', then changed their name to Obfuscation, and another Swedish Obscene, who plays brutal death metal.

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