“Rise My Army of The Undead” by Abominable Carnivore

Ferocious, menacing and dead awakening composition from Aural Abomination brother’s. Another song writing brilliance and surely this new track have that arcane strength to make the resurgence of deadly uncanny forces that can swept away all the miserable mortals and reclaim the throne with might. Abominable Carnivore, An Excellent Black/Death entity from great Bengal Land. Always pleasure to be possessed by their sonic malevolence. Hungrily awaiting for their debut full-length which will be a malicious one for sure. Absolute support and Fist up high.


Check out their Reverbnation page, Listen their songs and support them.


Abominable Carnivore – “Forest of Woe” (Live)

Abominable Carnivore, ferocious Black/Death Metal Band from Bangladesh. This is their live footage of the track entitled “Forest of Woe”, off their upcoming LP. Filmed at National Library Auditorium, Wicked Resurgence Fest MMXVI, 27th of February.


Real good sounding live from aural brother’s !!!. Loved the darkness infested atmosphere here and obviously possessed by the grandeur of Monarch’s haunting and mind-grabbing tremolo picked guitar melodies, here. Tormenting but equally captivating and enthralling. Sventevith’s twisted and hallowed bass work here is ever present like a wheeler, purely psychotic bass work. Can’t be more appreciate the crafty drums pounding here, Mr. Impaler clearly set forth the course of this track brilliantly. Mr. Demodulated was furious like a angry hound, devoured by his fear lurking shrieking cacophony. And the whole track indeed draws me into a void of ghastly contours that continually shapeshift. Only thing I wish that during interlude journey (hallucinatory acoustic part !!!) everybody on stage could simply be transfixed by the atmosphere created by Monarch’s guitar. Movement simply killed the trance/hypnotic mood here…Except that simple complains of mine this live is simply a woe spreading one . Magnificent performance. Hails brothers.

Visit their Page and support this magnificent black/death band from Bangladesh.


Bölzer Live at Maryland Deathfest 2014 !!

Eerie, Sinister and Ominous live madness. The Swiss duo of this cosmic black/death act are majestic. Their infectious and possessing playing are simply awe-inspiring and jaw dropping. Hails to the mysterious entity of BÖLZER.

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Bengal Invasion of the GOATFATHER: Impiety’s First Ever Tour in Bengals

Great review and it was an absolute pleasure to watch mighty IMPIETY from the eye distance. They were ruthless,merciless, empowering and uncompromising in the lives like they used to. Totally blown away by their released energy. Track-list was killer but i wish to see “Atomic wrath of azzazzel and Mighty Impiety live too, they used to did those classic fury songs in their lives !! But they didn’t play them here,,unlucky we were. Whatever it was a chaotic unholy live from these brilliant musicians. Hope to see them again in the might Bengal land. Long live mighty IMPIETY. FIST IN THE AIR.

Primitive Invocation did a great job here, praising is not enough for their dedication and support for old school metal music. Bow and respect.

Venustas Diabolicus

Nearly 25 years of existence- they have been one of the pioneering extreme metal bands not only from their homeland Singapore but also from Asia and that is probably the reason why they are used to be claimed as the GOATFATHERS of Asian metal. The aggressive black/death/thrashers mighty IMPIETY have been one of the landmarks from Asia, having toured in many countries and playing in a good number of major metal festivals, the band set for its first South Asian tour, namely The Heretical Decimation– to play in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Kolkata and Delhi, India.


The journey began on the 6th of November when they hit Dhaka to play in BANISH THE POSERS FEST II (BTPF – 2014) on 7th of November and moved to Kolkata to play in ORDER OF THE HERETICAL TRIDENT FESTIVAL on 8th November. The story and journey…

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