Goatvermin – Demo (2011)


Hailing from France, Goatvermin specialize in playing a very barbaric and aggressive form of black metal.  Think of Marduk‘s first few recordings and you have a decent idea of what Goatvermin is all about.  The production is very raw with lots of indistinguishable riffs and a snare that clangs like a trash can, all topped off with a healthy dose of deafening screeches.  The times where you can make out the riffs shows that these guys have some seriously good chops.  Tracks like “Jesus Flesh Cannibal,” “Satanik Holokaust,” and “Nekropanzer Execution” are perfect highlights for the visceral and sonic black metal that Goatvermin strives for.

There really isn’t anything more to say other than you should definitely keep your eyes on Goatvermin, for this group knows what the hell they are doing in the realm of black metal.

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Having grown up in the vast industrial wasteland known as Detroit, my sister subjected me to multiple albums by bands such as Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and Exodus, I quickly became immersed in the world of heavy metal for life. Even with my love of the tradition styles of metal, I always found myself craving something louder and heavier, thus bringing me to the much more extreme side of this genre of music. With classic bands such as Dismember, Autopsy, and Napalm Death always dominating my stereo system, I felt content to dig as deep as possible into the depths of ghastly heavy metal, and all these years later I still haven’t hit the bottom.
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