Russian Melodic Extreme Metal Masters God Syndrome have returned with a brand new single entitled “The Feast”! An epic nearly 7 minute affair, it follows up the bands Hypocrisy and Dimmu Borgir covers from the tail end of last year with some impressive new material!
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Extreme Melodic Death Metallers God Syndrome have released a new single entitled “Weed Out The Weak”, a cover of the Hypocrisy classic for Halloween! The Russian quartet have been busy in the studio of late, having released a cover of “Cataclysm Children” by Dimmu Borgir at the end of September. It wouldn’t be the first
Recorded in Tampa, Florida at Morrisound Recording with Scott Burns in the production chair and released in 1991 is the album that many consider to be San Paulo Brazilian legends Sepultura’s finest hour. Well, 42 minutes and 26 seconds if you want to be specific about it. It’s the album that started the ball rolling
Russian brutes God Syndrome have returned with Elena Feneva for a cover of “Cataclysm Children” by Norwegian Black Metal legends Dimmu Borgir! Having previously released excellent versions of “Dead Embryonic Cells” by Sepultura and “Symphony of Destruction” by Megadeth, the band have form when it comes to covers!
This weeks song is widely considered a classic among Metal fans and for me is up there with the other “big four” classics as an all time piece of perfection by probably the most underrated of the big four bands – “Symphony Of Destruction” by Megadeth. This weeks competing bands are Russian bruisers God Syndrome and Swedish
Another dose of Metal Noise TV, a tribute to the original Sepultura, pre-Derick Green era. Not that I have anything against the current line up – there will a playlist of Derick Green era Sepultura covers appearing here at some point in the future! Also upcoming… “LipSnot” (A Tribute to SlipKnot)… “Other Cutz” from Palisades…
After and 8 month absense, a new documentary video has appeared from God Syndrome! Their current album “Controverse” is out now via MAZZAR Records. Here’s a playlist of some of God Syndrome’s finest moments;