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INTROTYL

INTROTYL

“Introtyl” is composed of the words “In” & “trotyl” (Trinitrotoluene, TNT) meaning “To be inside dynamite”. Composed only by women, the Mexican band started to performing shows in 2010 with a little set of four original songs and three covers (“Bolt Thrower’s “Cenotaph”, Hypocrisy’s “Killin’Art” & Napalm Death’s “Unnecessary Evil). While composing and recording their first demo, the girls began to play concerts through Mexico in many cities in late 2011, all of them crowded and from then on- sharing the stage with many Mexican bands but also international bands such as Severe Torture, Unleash The Archers, Gorguts, Nervosa, Jungle Rot, Cattle Decapitation Suffocation, etc. In 2011 the first demo was released while the girls were already working on new songs and finally, in 2013, a debut album (“Several Sates Of Violence”) was recorded and released.

Even if Introtyl had several lineup changes, causing some delays in their next releases (two EPs released in 2014 and 2017), in 2018 the band worked hard focusing on the international market. In January 2018, their second album “Creation of Insanity” was recorded and released in Mexico City in July with a sold-out show. The band was invited to the Canadian fest“Trois Rivieres Metal Fest” and, once again, shared the stage with international bands, having a great acceptance and consolidated as a “Revelation band of the fest 2018”, according to TRMF press and fans.

Since August 2018 Introtyl covered tour dates between Mexico, United States (Chicago & New York) and toured once again in November to Canada with Exotoxic, having around 11 tour dates from Ontario to New Scotland with big success because of the fan base they have reached.

During the pandemic, Introtyl continued to play festivals in Mexico whenever it was possible, consolidating their strong presence in the Mexican death metal scene due their long path, music and quality performs. Now, a new chapter for the Mexican girls opens, with a new record deal signed with Danish underground extreme metal label Emanzipation Productions.

Line-up:
Aniela Rodriguez – drums
Kary Ramos – vocals
Rose Contreras – guitar
Sariux Rivera – bass

Web:
facebook.com/IntrotylMx/
instagram.com/introtyl_mx/
twitter.com/introtylmx


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Detest – We Will Get What We Deserve

Detest – We Will Get What We Deserve

Tracklist

01. This Is The End
02. The Process Of Doom Is On
03. Red Is All I See
04. We Will Get What We Deserve
05. Something You Disgrace
06. Start All Over
07. Fear Attracts The Fearless
08. The Solution
09. Vengeance Is Mine
10. You Wish
11. I Always Knew

Line-up

Simon Springborg: bass, vocals
John Petersen: guitars
Danni Jelsgaard: drums

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Corpse Vomit – Drowning In Puke

Corpse Vomit – Drowning In Puke

Tracklist

01. Reeking Cunt
02. In the Grip of Autumn
03. Maggots Eating My Dick 04. The Pus
05. Drowning in Puke
06. Hurdibrehan
07. Disembowelment
08. Gaydog
09. Rotten Fetus
10. Gasping for (Fresh) Air

Line-up

Cape Cum – bass
Murder – drums
Caco Cezo – guitars
Anal Al – guitars
Molesting Mike – vocals

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Infernal Torment – Birthrate Zero

Infernal Torment – Birthrate Zero

Tracklist

1. The Razor Twist
2. Product of Society
3. Birthrate Zero
4. The End of Civilization
5. 443556
6. Murder the World
7. Race
8. Eliminate
9. Inhaled
10. Fuck the Whales
11. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son

Line-up

Steffan Larsen – bass
Poul Winther – lead guitars
Jakob Batten – guitars, vocals
Heinz Kristensen – drums
Scott Jensen – lead vocals

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Corpse Vomit

Corpse Vomit

In 1999 the world was a whole different place from what it is today. Amidst kids robbing each others’ Pokemon cards and Harry Potter popularity explosion, there was a whole dark cloud gathering (just think George W. Bush announced his presidential run on that year), which made people have a total over the Y2K bug and the predictions of the world ending in 2000. The world was also changing, as we were shifting from VHS tapes to DVD format and downloading songs on Napster without understanding the ramifications. In a nutshell, it was the right timing for an album like Corpse Vomit’s “Drowning In Puke”.

In that same year, a group of Danish underground musicians got together to record one of the most outrageous and shocking death metal records ever produced. With song titles such as “Reeking Cunt” or “Rotten Fetus” and a cover artwork that simply wouldn’t survive today’s political correctness of social media, “Drowning In Puke” was a fat death metal album, with just the right balance of fast parts, morbid slow parts and growling vokills. In a time when everyone was amazed just how Cannibal Corpse was shocking the censors in Germany, Corpse Vomit did, in their only album, what is probably the most radical and extreme musical/artwork/lyrics package in death metal history.

Line-up:
Cape Cum – bass
Murder – drums
Caco Cezo – guitars

Anal Al – guitars
Molesting Mike – vocals


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Panzerchrist – Soul Collector

Panzerchrist – Soul Collector

Tracklist

1. Das Leben Will Gewonnen Sein
2. Y2Krieg
3. Der Panzertöter
4. Panzergrenadier
5. Schwartz Ist Unser Panzer – Ich Hatt’ Einen Kameraden
6. Unsere Höchste Ehre
7. Kalt Wie Die Finsternis
8. Zum Gengenstoss

Line-up

Reno Kiilerich: drums
Michael Kopietz : guitars, bass
Karina Bundgaard: bass
Bo Summer: lead vocals
Michael Enevoldsen: songwriting

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PANZERCHRIST

PANZERCHRIST

Panzerchrist was formed in 1993 by Michael Enevoldsen, which by that time was leaving his role as Illdisposed drummer. Precise as a clock, the band released their first two albums every three years- in 1996 and 1999 – until they hit gold with a record deal signed with Mighty Music and two of their most successful albums ever: “Soul Collector” in 2000 and “Room Service” in 2003.

Amidst a constant lineup change (which saw Enevoldsen himself switch from drums to keyboards and later to bass) and which transformed Panzerchrist in a global stage for the best musicians in the Danish metal scene, the band released their fifth opus, “Batallion Bwast”, in 2006, before singing to French label Listenable Records, through which they released the latest two studio albums.

In the Autumn of 2021, the band will re-release the cult album “Soul Collector” on CD and – for the first time ever – on vinyl, in a limited collectors edition.

Line-up:
Panzergeneral: bass
Nils Petersen: guitars
Simon “Bloodhammer” Schilling: drums
Søren Lønne: vocals

Web:
https://www.facebook.com/panzerchristofficial/


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VULCANO

VULCANO

Brazilian black/death/thrash metal legends VULCANO is now a part of the Emanzipation cult crew. The band from São Paulo released their latest album “Eye In Hell” in early 2020 worldwide on the Danish label Mighty Music and is now working on a worthy successor. 

Vulcano is a part of the Brazilian Unholy Trinity (together with Sarcófago and Sepultura). In fact, it was the first of the three bands to release a studio album, back in 1986. Ever since then, the group has released 10 full-length albums, toured the world, and kept the South-American extreme metal alive.

Line-up
Zhema Rodero: guitars
Luiz Carlos Louzada: vocals
Carlos Diaz: bass
Gerson Fajardo: guitars
Bruno: drums

Web:
https://www.facebook.com/VULCANOMETAL/


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NERVOCHAOS

NERVOCHAOS

Fed-up with the entire trend flooding the scene, Nervochaos was born in São Paulo – Brazil in the spring of 1996, with the idea of creating aggressive and chaotic extreme music.

Nervochaos gained cult status in the music scene due to their hard work over the past 25 years, offering a sonic extravaganza in their unique way. The group has eight full-length studio albums out and is constantly touring worldwide to support their releases, doing around 100 concerts per year – from clubs to festivals.

Line-up:
Edu Lane: Drums 
Luiz “Quinho” Parisi: Guitar 
Woesley Johann: Guitar 
Brian Stone: Vocals 
Pedro Lemes: Bass 

Web:
Facebook
Instagram
Official site
Youtube
Spotify
Bandcamp


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Speckmann Project

SPECKMANN PROJECT

Paul Speckmann has been synonymous for “Metal” ever since 1982, since helping put together his first professional Doom Metal band War Cry. In 1983 he started Master as a thrash metal band. Due to internal problems, it was put on hold and Speckmann started another band, called Death Strike in 1984 for which he recorded one demo, which was later released on Nuclear Blast with different tracks recorded later in 1991, as an album.

After obtaining a deal for Abomination in 1989 on Nuclear Blast, Master was approached a week later, and Master re-surfaced to record a full-length album as well. The band subsequently broke up in its original form two days after the recording.

The previous two original members were replaced shortly afterward by Aaron Nickeas, from Abomination on drums, and Jim Martinelli from Burnt Offering on guitars. This period was followed by the Fleische tour with Master as headliner, Abomination as support, and Pungent Stench in the middle of both acts. Nickeas and Speckmann played in both groups for 26 dates on this tour.

Speckmann also re-recorded the self-titled debut album with some different track as well, which was really some of the Master songs re-recorded with Martinelli and Nickeas. Nuclear Blast turned this down, and decided to remix the original previous recording with Schmidt and Mittelbrun. The recording with Martinelli and Nickeas was then released as the Speckmann Project. Speckmann also played, and wrote all the songs for Abomination and recorded two albums with them.

He also played in the Master-Krabathor side-project Martyr and released one album with the troops! Speckmann and the band Krabathor, with which he played four years also recorded two albums together. In 2013, the American musician (currently living in the Czech Republic) also started a death metal project with hyperactive Swedish guitar player Rogga Johansson (Paganizer, Ribsbreader, Down Among The Dead Men, etc)..

Now, the Speckmann Project resurfaces to continue the legend…

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