Tag: Infant Annihilator

The Black Map #202: Infant Annihilator from Hessle!

The air of controversy hangs thick like a shroud of darkness around Infant Annihilator, the  parodies, metaphors and satires they create in their shock humour laced graphically disturbing lyrics the kind of thing that attracts and repulses at the same time, leaving some laughing out loud at the depravity of it with the words “oh

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! BMTH?!

It’s that most controversial time of the week again! We put head to head two bands who have covered a notable song in a bare knuckle boxing match to the death to see who will be crowded champion of Vs. Tuesday. So while we could harp on about how Bring Me The Horizon are no

Review: “Provoked, Unhinged” by Pieced Up

Cape Coral Florida quartet Pieced Up appeared on our radar thanks to their single “Uragiri” surpassing 30k YouTube streams in little over a month. Prior to that they’d tested the water like a 12 year old cannon balling into a swimming pool with a pair of singles in “Rat Sick” that features a guest appearance

NEWS: Enterprise Earth return to “Scars Of The Past”!

Returning to their 2019 album “Luciferous“, which incidentally is also available in a deluxe edition that has the full album in instrumental form, Spokane Washington based Death Metallers Enterprise Earth (ex-Infant Annihilator, Delusions of Grandeur, The Harvest Colour, Sicarius) have released a music video for “Scars Of The Past“, filmed by Stay Goulden. Vocalist Dan

NEWS: Vulvodynia’s “Mob Justice” approaches…

Featuring guest vocalists Dickie Allen of Infant Annihilator and Kevin Muller of The Merciless Concept, Suffocation and Pyrexia fame, Durban South African Slamming Brutal Death Metallers Vulvodynia have given us a lyric video for new song “Anthropophagus” from their upcoming new album “Mob Justice”!

NEWS: LowLife (and guests) drop “Deadweight”!

So.. Michigan Slamming Deathcore crew LowLife, they got together with producer Sammy Morales and Keir Campbell and they said… you know what? We want to write a 7 minute track with as many vocalists as you can get a microphone in front of. That would be 12. 12 vocalists from genre heavyweights. All on a