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March 23, 2018

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Interview Vox Lvciferi

· Hail, welcome to Sick And Destroy. Before we start the interview, I would like you to introduce yourself to our readers. To begin with where are you from and a brief history about your band? I am Osgilliath, the main person behind Vox Lvciferi. The band is from Stockholm, Sweden and started out in

Track Premiere: Abjection Ritual – ‘Body of Filth’

If you’ve ever considered what Neurosis would sound like if their DNA were crossed with a death industrial act, Abjection Ritual are the band you’ve been seeking. Drawing as much from Enemy of the Sun as from Godflesh, “Body of Filth,” their latest song, balances between inhuman electronics and the human feeling of a live band. “Body of Filth”

FOREIGNER's MICK JONES And LOU GRAMM Have Been Revisiting Old Musical Ideas For Possible Inclusion On New EP

FOREIGNER founding guitarist Mick Jones was recently interviewed on “Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon”. You can now listen to the chat below. A couple of excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On performing last October with fellow original FOREIGNER members Lou Gramm (vocals), Dennis Elliott (drums), Al Greenwood (keyboards) and Ian McDonald (multi-instrumentalist), along with FOREIGNER‘s

Watch: Abraham – ‘Silent at Last’

Abraham‘s take on post-metal is interesting, mainly because of how dark it is. Dissonance and horror seem to be the driving elements of “Silent at Last,” a new song and video from their forthcoming, Look, Here Comes the Dark! album. Eerie, dissonant guitar and drums that pound with a ritualistic intensity match a video bathed in red

Track Premiere: Hands of Despair – “Body and Souls”

Every time I write about Hands of Despair, I feel like I have to reintroduce Max Côté and his French-Canadian black-death project, because it’s never clear to me how much their star has risen since Hereafter‘s not-so-humble beginnings. The band’s music has always been both intelligent and bestial, all convoluted prog structures armored in blasting urgency

Track Premiere: Johansson & Speckman – ‘Kill and Kill’

Johansson & Speckman are the duo of ultra-prolific musician Rogga Johansson (Paganizer, Down Among Dead Men and nearly three dozen other projects) and Paul Speckmann (Master) alongside Kjetil Lynghaug and Brynjar Helgetun. Looking back on those artists’ careers, as well as Johansson & Speckman’s previous output, it’s not surprise that new song “Kill and Kill” is a furious exercise

Track Premiere: Lecherous Nocturne – ‘Psionics’

U.S. technical death metal brutalizers Lecherous Nocturne stand poised to unleash their fourth album, Occultaclysmic, in April. Nine songs use angular riffs, a rhythm section that seems intent on playing their instruments into the dust and an ear for brutality, Occultaclysmic could very well be one of the year’s best technical death metal records. Hear for yourself with a stream

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