Demons Damn is one of those bands you’ve probably never heard of, but you really should. And because I need that spark of energy in my life right now (damn, I’m tired), I am welcoming “Retaliation” into my life. Willingly! 🙂
My mood for the Indonesian extreme metal still reigns strong, and as you know, there are literally hundreds of band waiting to be discovered! So I’ve decided to have a look at my CD collection to see something to satisfy my musical urges – and the random perusal of my modest collection has resulted in having this nice little album in my player.
I don’t need to tell you that I like many things from Asia – movies and TV series from Korea, Japan, Thailand, Phillipines, Kpop, visual kei, and last, but definitely not least, the Asian metal. And what’s best from Indonesia? Well, you’ve already guessed it – brutal death metal and brutal slamming death metal. So for tonight I chose this interesting compilation with Indonesian BDM and BSDM artists from 2011.
It’s so good to be back in the solitude of my living room, with the headphones firmly on my ears and embracing the grinding beats, killer basslines, deadly riffs and vokills to …well, kill for. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I am complaining about the family life (because I will never do that), but lately it has become quite a difficult to enjoy the extreme music during the daytime, so, your Rubber Axeman Rudolf had to become a musical vampire and do his stuff in the still of the night, lol.
Continuing with my discoveries within the great Indonesian metal scene, one of the discs I’ve bought from my friend Dede (Inherited Production) is this nice 2-song promo from Asphyxiate.
OK, this one is aged a little, but that absolutely doesn’t have any inpact on the musick and popularity of this Indonesian band clearly indicated it.
Now, how much brutal death metal can you take? Still craving more? OK, I hear ya. So does Removal Surgery. Who are they?
Now that’s might be interesting. The dilemma posed is this – what can one write about the album containing all the elements of musick you expect it would?
Excoriation. No, not THAT Excoriation. THIS Excoriation. A brutal death metal band from Moscow, Russia. I got their self-titled 2014 CD after hearing a sampler promo from the New Standard Elite label.
Lividity. One of the longest standing bands from Illinois, thanks to Dave Kibler, a mainstay in our shithole of an area.