Tag: Twitch of the Death Nerve

Review: “Ravenous Psychotic Onslaught” by Stabbing

When it comes to Brutal Texas Death Metal, it’s rare to have one female of the species in a band but in the case of Stabbing, a band who have earned their scars in brutal units like Scattered Remains, Flesh Hoarder and Nephilim Grinder to name but a few, somehow they have a pair of them

Review: “Congregation Pestilence” by Drawn And Quartered

Both a formidable and influential force in the realm of Death Metal over the past three decades, Drawn And Quartered first arrived on the scene back in 1992 in Seattle and since have unleashed a discography of seven critically acclaimed full length records. While they may not have achieved the level of recognition that other

Bootleg: Twitch Of The Death Nerve: The Mill Hill Sessions!

Filmed at the Mill Hill Music Complex in November 2020, London Brutal Death Metallers Twitch Of The Death Nerve have unveiled five cuts live in the studio directed by Jason Acero. The footage sees the trio rattle through the likes of “The Sickening Frailty” and “Facadism” in low budget horror film black and white style

Review: “Decennium Ruinae” by Unfathomable Ruination

Over the past decade London Death Metal extremists Unfathomable Ruination have been something of a snake, shedding skin with line-up changes and growing only bigger and stronger as they seek to create their idea of Death Metal perfection. 2019’s “Enraged and Unbound” is a particularly brutal offering with each release thus far, the band have

Review: “Experiments in Warfare” by Death Chamber

The roots of Death Chamber go back to the summer of August 2018 when with smell of rotting flesh in the air guitarist Tim Reu began to experiment with some riffs that would take him beyond the horizons of his Black Metal band Chaedrist and into the realms of Death Metal. The solo project started

Exclusive Interview: Penny Coffin talk “ΤΕΦΡΑ”!

The notorious homeless shelters of Victorian London is where Scottish and Greek Death Metal trio Penny Coffin take their name and in their debut EP “ΤΕΦΡΑ” (pronounced “Tefra” and meaning human ashes, in Greek) they have crossed our palms with silver. Formed during the Great Plague Daniel Paton (guitars and vocals), Joseph Edward Kelly (guitars,

Review: “ΤΕΦΡΑ” by Penny Coffin

Pronounced “Tefra” and meaning human ashes, in Greek “ΤΕΦΡΑ” marks the debut offering to the Metal Gods from Penny Coffin, a Scottish and Greek Death Metal trio comprising Daniel Paton (guitars and vocals), Joseph Edward Kelly (guitars, vocals and bass) and Panagiotis Rodopoulos who you may know from his work in Bionic Origin and Dominicide

NEWS: Twitch of the Death Nerve bring “Facadism”!

As the follow up to the critically acclaimed “A Resting Place For The Wrathful” by Twitch of the Death Nerve is finally on us like a Zombie Apocalypse, the combination of a new EP entitled “Beset By False Prophets” and a brutally brilliant live set recorded at Xxxapada Na Tromba Festival. That took place in

Review: “Beset By False Prophets” by Twitch of the Death Nerve

“Beset By False Prophets” is a record in two parts. Not satisfied with releasing a four song EP, Twitch Of The Death Nerve have combined their latest frenzied assaults with a recording of their entire set at Xxxapada Na Tromba festival that took place in Lisbon, Portugal in January 2020 to give us 14 tracks