The band formed in 2006 as a project of Hannes. After experimenting with members of PUTRIDITY and EGEMONY, a lasting partnership was formed... in 2008 when vocalist Bazza joined the band. The pair entered Magostudio in Trento at the end of 2010 to record their debut album, "Deification Of The Grotesque"
Insision is a Swedish brutal death metal band with a non-Swedish sound. Drawing inspirations from Cryptopsy, Morbid Angel, Cannibal Corpse and Deicide, the group is better associated with death metal from North America. They have yet released three full lengths, "Beneath The Folds of Flesh" (2002) and "Revealed and Worshipped" (2004). The latest record is called "Ikon" (2007). Beside those they have released 3 demos titled "Meant to Suffer" (1997), "Promo 2000" (2000) and "Revelation of the SadoGod" (2001).
A technical death metal band from Edinburgh (Sco)
1. Axon (Mexico) is a brutal/technical death metal band from Mexico. The band formed in May 2001 and recorded its first demo 'Dominant' in April 2002. It received good responses from the specialized press in the genre, and gave the band the chance to sign a deal with the American label "Deus Mortuus Productions" for the recording of a full-length album. In August and September 2003 Axon recorded its first album entitled 'Leper Viper'. The band also released a new album in 2007 entitled 'War Anthems'.
Hailing from the immortal city of Rome, Italy, Hour of Penance is a 5 piece brutal death metal band, in the vein of most of the American Gods such as Nile, Hate Eternal, Gorgasm and other band that plays death metal at the speedlight! Formed back in 1999 Hour of Penance started as a black-death cover band. The sound made by all those incredible bands from Florida, was what H.O.P. was trying to imitate. The band began to write songs, mixing the sound of different influences from Europe and USA.
In this two-tier death metal underground we've inherited through the ill-advised, drunken fumble of Cryptopsy against the MySpace server, lines are quickly being drawn between the 'true' and the 'false', the real metallers with their XXL and cargo pants and the clueless chancers with their shrunken grind t-shirts and obstructive sweeps. Rare is the band who will combine the furious, pummelling immediacy of bands like Suicide Silence, All Out War and See You Next Tuesday with the songwriting, values and guaranteed longevity of Napalm Death, Origin and Nasum.
Internal Bleeding are pioneers of the style of death metal called "slam", based in Long Island, New York. Their sound has paved the way for a whole generation of death metal and death-core bands who put heavy, groove laden riffs in the forefront of their music. Internal Bleeding was formed in 1991 with a short-lived original lineup of guitarist Chris Pervelis, bassist Tom Slobowski, vocalist Brian Richards, drummer Bill Tolley, and guitarist Anthony Miola; Slobowski and Richards were quickly replaced by John Colucco and Eric Wigger, respectively.
There are two bands called Common Grave: One Death Metal act from Germany, and one Black Metal act from Italy. Common Grave Death Metal:
Common Grave was founded in spring 1999 and recorded one year later with “M.D.K” the bands first demo. After some line-up changes, the release of their debut “Dehumanized” marked the start of the band. Common Grave had found their musical style: a mixture of traditional US death metal, mixed with modern elements in a powerful soundclothing.
NOTE: not to be confused with The Ghouls. Massimiliano Franceschini started Ghouls back in 1996 with Fabrizio Franceschini on bass, Marco Meister on guitars and Andrea Cassina on drums. Their self titled first demo, in 1996, included four tracks (Evil & Hate; Fear; Antichrist; Absolute Dominion). Few months after the recording session Meister and Cassina left the band. In 1998 Massimiliano knew Antonio Poletti (former Novembre) and Emilio Trillò (from Carnal Rapture) and they talked about record a new demo.