Legendary band Queen, back from never being away.

“We are the champions. Don’t stop me now. Is this the real life, is this just fantasy.”

They are all sentences from lyrics of songs by one of the world’s most famous British bands. Queen has therefore worked hard to reach that top. You can still see the result of this today. Take to the streets and ask ten unknowns if they have ever heard of the band Queen and all ten will give you almost the same answer: Of course we know Queen.

The early years of Queen.

The band Queen, formerly called Smile, took its first steps in the music world in 1968 when Brian May founded the band together with Tim Staffel. In doing so, they relied upon Roger Taylor as their drummer. Immediately with the start of the band, Freddie, previously called farrokh but he changed that name himself, was introduced to the band and immediately became a fan of it. Freddie was present at every Smile performance and he always had a great time there.

In 1970, Tim decided to quit, so the boys had to look for a new singer. Freddie, who was already a vocalist for the band Wreckage at that time, was approached by the boys because of this and he decided to switch to Smile. Not much later they also changed the name of the band to Queen. They did this to honor the Queen of England and also because Freddie liked to reflect with her. And so became Queen, the band that we still know to this day.

The life of a world star.

Freddie Mercury is an icon that still lives on in contemporary culture. You can go wherever you want, if the name Freddie Mercury falls you will see many eyes and ears sharpen. Freddie, or Farrokh Bulsara what his real name was, has therefore left a big impression. He therefore had a very big personality.

In his life he was often alone. That was something he didn’t like as much and he showed that too. He often attended the most eccentric parties, or organized them himself. But despite that, he was always there. He was always 100 percent committed to his music, because that was his life. He proved the latter by performing with Queen on Live Aid in 1985, which was organized by Bob Geldof in aid of the famine in Ethiopia. Because the gentlemen of the well-known band were known for that as well. Their commitment to equal opportunities and the rise against injustice.

It then also was a huge shock on that all-changing November 24, 1991 for the world when news came that Freddie had died at his London home. Many call it the end of an era.


Since 2014, 23 years after we said goodbye to this great man, Queen has come up with a big surprise. They have a new world tour planned. They already did this with a hologram of Freddie who sang the songs, but since 2014 they have been doing it with a new singer who wants to do Freddie a lot of honor.

For this tough job, Queen appeals to Adam Lambert who finished second in 2009 in American Idol. Before that he received a lot of praise and the Queen’s men had also seen and heard their songs sing with almost as much style as Freddie would have done. Those versions were so well received that they immediately started negotiating with Adam.

Now they have been touring for several years and that does Adam, Brian May and Roger Taylor a lot of pleasure. They still have a lot of fun and you will notice that when they are on stage and fully indulge in the songs, which over time have grown into the world’s greatest hits of all time.

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UK power pop veterans The Speed of Sound release ‘Museum of Tomorrow’ LP, a sign of future times.

Manchester-based indie rock stalwarts The Speed Of Sound unfurl their Future-Retro-Modernist flag and plant it firmly atop their ambitious (and fifth) full length album ‘Museum of Tomorrow’. 32 years to the day when the band’s debut EP saw the light of day in 1989, they will release this on CD and Deluxe LP via California’s Big Stir Records.

The Speed Of Sound’s music is optimistic and with lyrical bite, a punk-inspired DIY ethos and lust for experimentation rooted in psychedelia. Formed in 1989 with a pre-history dating back to the day Andy Warhol died in 1987, The Speed of Sound lies deep below the ‘music industry radar’, allowing for the evolution of their own distinctive sound and live act.

The line-up has changed over the years and today consists of father and son John Armstrong (guitars and vocals) and Henry Armstrong (keyboards), Ann-Marie Crowley (vocals and guitar), Kevin Roache (bass guitar) and John Broadhurst (drums).

‘The Museum of Tomorrow’ is an exhilarating nonstop sensory indulgence. A low-altitude magic carpet ride at breakneck speed over the insanity of the early 21st century, drenched in Science-Fiction and retro-futurist infused imagery and themes. Despite some dark subject matter, the lyrics are playful and as bright as coloured vinyl. This is the Museum Of Tomorrow – not a mere time-capsule or bleak survey of dystopian protest themes, but an immersive experience. Drunk with richness it hurtles on, twisting its many turns with subtlety; exhibiting mood, style and pace variance. The trajectory is laid in and the thrusters fire.

Earlier, the band previewed the lead track ‘Tomorrow’s World’, highlighting how the entire 21st century was mis-sold – a cry of anguish and a re-statement of what should have been.

While The Speed of Sound has already released eight singles via Big Stir Records, ‘Museum of Tomorrow’ is an all-new experience, each song being single-worthy. Conceived as two seamless sides, the vinyl edition was mastered as two extended pieces – ‘Gallery One’ and ‘Gallery Two’. Korg synthesizer lines, reminiscent of classic Science Fiction incidental music, link the gapless songs.

This is future retro modern music, having a definite 60’s influence but with an 80’s twist. With both female and male vocals, their sound is influenced by The Byrds, Small Faces, The Chords, Siouxsie & The Banshees and XTC. Merging the power of punk with floating harmonies, their sound and alphabetical order places them between Sonic Youth and Dusty Springfield.

On September 17, the ‘Museum of Tomorrow’ LP will be released digitally, on CD and limited-edition 170g heavy weight vinyl with a choice between black and glorious colour. Vinyl orders include a 16-page full-colour A5 printed Exhibition Guide containing lyrics, full-colour inner sleeve, a separate picture insert, a sticker, a pair of badges/buttons and a bookmark. Apart from platforms like Apple Music and Spotify, the LP can be ordered via Big Stir’s website.

Written by John Armstrong
John Armstrong – guitars and vocals
Ann-Marie Crowley – vocals and guitars
Kevin Roache – bass guitar
John Broadhurst – drums
Henry Armstrong – keyboards
Recorded at Vibratone Sound Studio, Manchester
Engineered by Adam Crossley and Chris Guest
Mixed By Adam Crossley, Chris Guest and The Speed Of Sound
Mastered by Adam Crossley and Chris Guest at Vibratone Sound Studio
Sleeve front / Artwork by Local Hotel Parking

Track list:

  1. Tomorrow’s World
  2. Opium Eyes
  3. Smokescreen
  4. Zombie Century
  5. Wired and Tired
  6. Virtual Reality (Part 2)
  7. Shadow Factory
  8. Impossible Past
  9. Leaf Blower
  10. Blood, Sweat and Tears
  11. Charlotte
  12. The Day The Earth Caught Fire
  13. Last Orders

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Short Story: A Musically Inspired Holiday.

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A short story about three young musicians that have the best time during their stay in Rome.

New Album: “Heirs Of Isildur vs Tales From Nocturnia” By HEIRS OF ISILDUR, Out Now!

The new album from comic-inspired steampunk metal project HEIRS OF ISILDUR is out now on CD and digital formats. Heirs of Isildur vs Tales From Nocturnia is 10 songs and two story arcs all delivered in one mind-blowing album.

“It’s synth-heavy melodic death metal that rips while sounding exactly like the soundtrack for a steampunk time travel narrative, striking the rare yet vital balance of self-awareness and sincerity.”– Invisible Oranges

“The album contains ten tracks of comic-inspired metal creativity that had me absolutely captivated for the entire forty-six minute duration… Heirs of Isildur vs Tales from Nocturnia” was an unexpected and thrilling experience for me and one that you shouldn’t pass up.”– Blessed Altar Zine

Heirs Of Isildur vs Tales From Nocturnia is available at the following locations:

Album Link (CD)




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Later on in ’21 / early ’22 two different collectible colored vinyl variants will also be available.

Insymmetry Creations, the content creation team behind HEIRS OF ISILDUR, will be present at Daytona Beach Comic Convention (Booth 37) on Saturday 9/18 and Sunday 9/19.

The event will also serve as a CD Release Party for Heirs Of Isildur vs Tales From Nocturnia. #Teaminsym will be on hand with special packages that go along with the CD never offered before. Details and tickets available here!

Check out the promo video for Daytona Beach Comic Convention, here!

Heirs Of Isildur vs Tales From Nocturnia is the latest release from the content creation #DynamicDuo at Insymmetry Creations LLC. Most known for their forays into the comics world, with multiple titles to their credits in the independent market, Heirs Of Isildur vs Tales From Nocturnia again stretches their offerings into their other passion: METAL MUSIC.
The album contains songs that expand out on two of their comic titles (the steampunk time travel “Heirs Of Isildur” and the medieval fantasy “Tales From Nocturnia”).

While both of the “Heirs Of Isildur” and “Tales From Nocturnia” comics are co-written by Insymmetry Creations’ Matt Knowles and Steph Cannon, the musical side of HEIRS OF ISILDUR is the brainchild of Knowles, with Cannon filling a producer role.

Heirs Of Isildur vs Tales From Nocturnia features guest appearance by Fabio Grimdrap (Trollfest), Zac Leaser, Bryan Eckermann (Scars of the Flesh), Kyle Westin, and violinist Andrew Polo.

The album also features the final recorded tracks from original UNDEROATH guitarist Corey Steger. His tracks were recorded just 11 days prior to his untimely and tragic death in March of 2021. The album and associated comic issue “Heirs of Isildur – Nightmare Scenario” are dedicated to his memory.



  1. The Perilous Prospects of Shadow’s Haven
  2. The Perilous Prospects of the Portals
  3. The Perilous Prospects of the Timekeeper
  4. A Matter Of Conscience
  5. Nightmare Scenario


  1. A Kingdom In Shambles
  2. Something Sinister This Way Comes
  3. Into The Wilderness
  4. Welcome to the Dragon’s Lair
  5. Kindred Spirits

While HEIRS OF ISILDUR (musically) is a studio project, both Knowles and Cannon are active in the comiccon scene, and have appeared at such shows as Daytona Beach Comic Convention, San Diego Comiccon, Megacon Orlando, Wondercon Anahiem, GalaxyCon Raleigh, Spooky Empire (Tampa), and Awesomecon DC (debuting their all ages comic Misfitz Clubhouse (Scoot / Scout Comics)).

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 Poison Oak titled releases new single, called: ‘Losing Ourselves’. Out now!  

“Losing Ourselves”, is a track about forgetting trends that sometimes dictate our youth. It’s about growing into yourself doing the things and hobbies that you like, despite what anyone thinks.

James: I had the introduction riff for a while, and I originally was playing it in the key of A, rather than E. I sort of called it my Smashing Pumpkins/Silversun Pickups riff, as it used the open E strings while going back and forth from maj 7th note to the tonic. Which is pretty common among those bands’. Then one morning, after going out with some friends, I wrote the song based off the feeling I got from the night. Where I didn’t really care about, “what I should be doing”, and “where I should go” and basically “what people think about me”. Letting go I guess of all common things we do sometimes to try and fit into society, like wanting to take pictures for social media etc, to make yourself look like you have a “fun life” or whatever. After that night, it made me realise that I don’t have time for it, and there’s nothing I enjoy about it either. Basically, summing up what it is to grow into an adult, and I just don’t have time to care about things that don’t matter to me. I pretty much sat and wrote the song out in an hour.

We then recorded it with Mark Myers from the Middle East. Tightening things up, adding things in etc. To make it shine a little more.

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African singer – songwriter: Fidiking released a new song, called: magnify! Out now!

It’s always a good day when you discover a new song that you’re instantly in love with. Magnify is one of those songs.

Written and produced by the African singer – songwriter: Fidiking, the song is all about emotions and feelings, but it has such an amazing vibe, that sitting still is out of option.

The song was released only a couple days ago and is already under the radar. It might become a big hit due to its catchy vibe.

Fidiking is also not yet a well known musician, but he is nevertheless an up and coming talent, and of there’s one thing you should not underestimate, it’s upcoming talent!

Check out the single via YouTube!

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FLESHBORE Release Official Video for “Revivified”

Indianapolis (IN) – Tech-Death crew FLESHBORE have released the official video for “Revivified,” a track from recently released album Embers Gathering. Check it out here!

Embers Gathering was released August 13 on Innerstrength Records. Purchase/stream at innerstrength records

“One hell of a fast-changing, body-mangling, mind-blowing carnival ride, one that sometimes seems to hurtle the listener straight off the planet and into the midst of one off-planet menace after another.”- No Clean Singing

“Fleshbore’s debut brings acts like Dying Fetus or After The Burial to mind. This includes more musical switchbacks and bass slaps though.”- Metal Injection

“A tremendous first foray into the fray that strikes the balance between technical and accessible.”- The Independent Voice

“An act that fans of tech and brutality can rally behind, Fleshbore leaves a strong impression. Embers Gathering can be a gut punch as well as tickle the ear with melody and musicianship.” (8/10)- Dead Rhetoric

“A debut with several influences but a relatively confident, unified vision. This is certainly technical death metal, but it mostly avoids the bloodless, clinical exercises that can overwhelm the genre.”- Angry Metal Guy

“Unquestionably a damn good package.” (8/10)- Noob Heavy

“Embers Gathering is a strong and enjoyable release from Fleshbore. If you’re a fan of modern technical death metal, but still want some meat and depth with your songwriting, then make sure you check this out.”- Wonderbox Metal

“This has a very realized and polished execution for a new band, and the range of motion in the riffing is almost certain to surprise you as time goes on. Don’t overlook this one; you could very well miss the sleeper hit of 2021.” – MetalBite

“Fleshbore opens us the gates of a violent and technical universe. the band doesn’t hesitate to pick into its several roots to place melodies, rage and heaviness.” (90/10)- Acta Infernalis

“Embers Gathering will undoubtedly amass these Indianapolis death dealers an ungodly supply of rabid new fans and should make numerous appearances on end of year lists around the world.”- Hated One Metal Reviews

“Bursting with technical finesse and subtleties. The vocals are partly reminiscent of Obituary and Archspire, but fans of The Black Dahlia Murder, The Faceless, Sylosis, Cattle Decapitation, Revocation and the like also get their money’s worth.”- Metal Factory

“With Embers Gathering an elemental and destructive Death Metal tank rolls over the land masses of Indiana.”- Lack of Lies

“The perfect showcase of just what Fleshbore are capable of.” (8.5/10)- Games, Brrraaains & A Head-Banging Life

“While the vocals are pretty brutal, the guitars are far more schizophrenic with everything from odd time signatures, tapping and ear catching melodies deployed through the length of the record with menacing tones.”- Metal Noise

“Contemporary technical death metal. Entertaining, brutal, sickly.”- Dargedik Rock Metal Webzine

“A good debut, which is actually really convincing in stages.”- Vampster

“Sophisticated variable death metal with atmosphere and sufficient forcefulness on such a convincing level.”- Metalopolis

Embers Gathering is a redefining of the band’s sound, with years of calculated work put into refining the songs. The result is an album filled with ear catching riffs, accompanied with lyrics that relate to personal life events, meeting and overcoming obstacles, and the perspective earned through these experiences.

FLESHBORE recorded the album with Jackson Ward at Strata Recording. Luciferium War Graphics was also recruited to create the visual representation of the album artwork, as well as a new logo that has evolved with the new sound.

  • Track Listing:
  • 1. Momentum
  • 2. Careless Preacher
  • 3. Cynicism
  • 4. The Scourge
  • 5. Embers Gathering [Official Video]
  • 6. Revivifine
  • 7. One Thousand Hands
  • Line-up
  • Michael O’Hara – Vocals
  • Michael McGinley – Guitar
  • Cole Chavez – Guitar
  • Cole Daniels – Bass
  • Tyler Mulkey – Drums

Making their debut in 2017, FLESHBORE independently released two EPs, including the latest installment. Malignancy, in 2018.
Playing shows extensively was a focus. Seeds were planted in the Midwest and along the New England area playing with bands such as Dying Fetus, Rings of Saturn, and Equipoise in support of their debut live performance.

After recruiting Tyler Mulkey on drums and Michael O’Hara on vocals, they released their latest single “Cynicism,” which was recorded along with the rest of their debut full-length album Embers Gathering. Their goal from the band’s formation was to break barriers both musically and mentally, while encouraging others to push themselves to do the same.

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Texas Death/Black Metal Artist BRYAN ECKERMANN Releasing ‘Plague Bringers’ November

San Antonio (TX) – Prolific Melo-Death/Black Metal artist BRYAN ECKERMANN has announced the forthcoming release of eighth full-length albumPlague Bringers. The album, which serves as Part II to 2018 concept album Winters Plague (The Final Eclipse), will be released on November 5.
A lyric video for the album’s first single, “Ice Queen,” is available at YouTube

Winters Plague (The Final Eclipse), or Part I, detailed an alien invasion of earth by blocking out the sun with a giant ship and freezing the planet in which humanity inevitably arises to defeat the aliens. Plague Bringers, or Part II, details the aftermath from the aliens’ perspective as they resurrect their long dead queen, clone an army, and escape their dying planet to enter earth once more. Using the power of a magic orb they open a portal through space, then hide in the darkness, manipulating human minds to force mass suicides in their attempt at revenge. The mission however is in itself a suicide mission without the use of their ship to block out the sun (their weakness). They know they will perish along with the humans, leaving earth as a mass grave of emptiness… “Tomorrow is a lie, we won’t survive” but revenge is sweet.

Set to a melodic black/death metal soundtrack, the music and lyrical content go hand in hand, as each plays a significant part in the storyline to tell the grim tale of the two races’ demise.

FFO: For fans of: Arch Enemy, Old Mans Child, Death, Hypocrisy, King Diamond, Agathodaimon, Mors Principium Est, Zornheym, Carach Angren.

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Track Listing:

1. Ice Queen

2. Sands of the Hourglass**

3. The Devouring Sun

4. Reflections in a Dirty Mirror

5. Moonlight and Frostbite*

6. Plague Bringers

7. An Oath of Scrying Souls

8. Astral Realms

9. Skinwalker

10. Of Death and Decay

11. Tomorrow’s Lie**

12. Oblivion

Album Credits:
Recorded, engineered, produced, mixed and mastered by Bryan Eckermann at Bonespill Studios (Aug. 2020-Aug. 2021)

All music and lyrics written by Bryan Eckermann
Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Keyboards, Drums by Bryan Eckermann
*Guest vocals on track 5 by Stu Block (Into Eternity, ex- Iced Earth)
**Guest drums on track 2, and guest drums/vocals on track 11 by Clinton Williamson (Darker by Design)

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Swiss metalcore/progressive/modern-metal five-piece SINEQUANON premiered new single “Give Me The Key” // First album to be released this fall.

A few weeks after debuted the single “Dogma”, Swiss metalcore/progressive/modern metal quintet, SINEQUANON just shared another single with the song “Give Me The Key” available right now on YouTube.

For reminder : this fall, the band will released its debut album called ‘Hope Brings Us Together’, produced by Kris Norris (Darkest Hour, Threat Signal, Scar The Martyr…).

…For the record… 

SINQUANON is a Swiss metalcore project from Monthey founded in 2018 by Yann Savoini. His music is characterized above all by a balance of nuances. Poetic and sharp, light and furious at the same time, he releases all his sensitivity and his sincerity through strong and committed messages.

Multi-instrumentalist, Yann composes and records all instruments. Then add different textures of keyboards and layers of voices that blend together, creating a real cocktail of (un)saturated colors. A surprising travel between radically different atmospheres composed of stormy breakdowns, apocalyptic rhythms and soothing cleans. Everything is enhanced by catchy and groovy choruses with an effective voice performance. Live, Benjamin Haeberli (drums), Johann Seydoux (guitar), Marco Ballerini (guitar) and Alex Jentsch (bass) join the combo to transcribe all the intensity of the compositions on stage.

Yann takes the microphone for the occasion and leads the dance. The band is delighted to be on stage at many venues and festivals in Switzerland and all around the world to convey their message, enthusiasm and passion for music.

Sinequanon joins AEON Music Management and plans to release the first album in 2021. American producer Kris Norris (formerly Darkest Hour, ex-Scar The Martyrs) joins the project in January 2019 to bring his experience. A solo adventure that started in a bedroom and will grow on roads around the world. For fans of Architects, Crystal Lake, Periphery...

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New York Death Metal Journeymen AFTERBIRTH Sign to Willowtip Records!

Long Island (NY) – Progressive/Brutal Death Metal veterans Afterbirth have signed to Willowtip Records! After originally forming in 1993, the influential band disbanded for two decades, and then reformed in 2013, releasing two acclaimed full-length albums. Afterbirth is currently working on its third, as-yet-untitled album, for release on Willowtip. Stay tuned!

Afterbirth released the following statement concerning the signing:
“Having Afterbirth join forces with Willowtip Records is a natural fit, and one that the band could not be more pleased with. The forward-thinking nature of Willowtip has been something that Afterbirth has taken note of time and time again. Albums released by the label have enriched our lives tremendously and inspired our creativity both collectively and individually for many years. Separately, both the band and the label have pioneered a trail of brutality, experimentation, and evolution within the death metal genre, and it makes complete sense that their trails would converge to continue those traditions together. A commonality and like-mindedness have existed between the band and the label for quite some time.

The band has been hard at work crafting their as-yet-untitled third album. A handful of new songs has emerged, further revealing their commitment to being true to their early brutal death origins while continuing to push their songs into uncharted territories. Hints of black metal, grindcore and industrial metal have now also begun to reveal themselves alongside the existing progressive, brutal death metal structures.

It is truly an honor for Afterbirth to be recognized and supported by a label with such a long-running reputation for both preserving death metal’s traditions as well as progressing its future. Our shared values now come together to carry those traditions forward into an ever-innovative and sonically merciless future!”

BIO from the band:

Afterbirth formed on Long Island in the summer of 1993, when Cody Drasser (guitar) met Matt Duncan (vocalist) and decided to form a band to channel their rabidly primitive death metal visions. After numerous musicians tried out for the role of drummer, Keith Harris, an unsuspecting Rush fan from the Long Island suburbs who had never played a blast beat in his life, was recruited for the pivotal position. Lifelong friend David Case eventually took over bass duties after several other bassists had come and gone from the band.

Initially inspired by death metal and thrash, the four youths just wanted to make similarly heavy, loud, and fast music, without too much thought going into it, and so they did. Unsuspectingly however, the band began to create a new sound within the death metal underground. This was a sound and style that had rarely been heard before and was some of the earliest origins of brutal death metal. A raw demo, simply titled Rehearsal Tape 1993 was quickly recorded and showed much promise within the nascent death metal unit. A year later, and after many shows and lengthy rehearsals, the band wrote and recorded the 1994 demo Psychopathic Embryotomy, which has since gone onto cement their position as innovators and pioneers of the brutal death metal style. Sadly, the band called it quits soon after the demo was recorded and all went silent within the Afterbirth camp for close to two decades.

Not feeling content with the abrupt disappearance of the band from the world, the universe saw fit to draw the members back together once more. In the winter of 2013, after much planning and discussion, the four original members met up once more to pick up the long smoldering torch and make music together. The years had been kind to the musicians and it was quickly evident that they had individually and collectively become stronger, more skilled, and highly creative players. A novel approach began as they started to combine their earlier brutal death metal stylings with a more nuanced and progressive methodology. Somehow, styles thought previously to be incongruous with brutal death metal, such as jazz-inflected riffing and avant garde experimentation, made their way into the songwriting, which now effortlessly and easily flowed. A 4-song demo, 2014 Demo was then recorded at Long Island’s Full Force Studio with famed engineer Joe Cincotta. The demo was welcomed with open arms by the death metal community who had been (im)patiently waiting for an Afterbirth reunion for some time.

While the band was enjoying a newfound sense of success with their reformation, all was not well within the Afterbirth camp. Disagreements arose and tempers flared with how best to propel the band forward and founding member Matt Duncan was asked to leave the band. The remaining members of Afterbirth soldiered on as best as they were able to during this time, writing and recording an entire album’s worth of instrumental death metal material. It was shortly after this time that the band approached Will Smith about stepping into the role of vocalist for the band. Will was welcomed into the band and wrote and recorded an album’s worth of vocals for our debut in only a matter of months.

Since then, the band has gone onto release their debut album The Time Traveler’s Dilemma and its sophomore follow-up album Four Dimensional Flesh, on Erik Lindmark’s Unique Leader Records. Both albums received high praise worldwide, being recognized as devastatingly brutal albums, as well as albums that have moved the boundaries of death metal even further forward.In the summer of 2021, Afterbirth signed with acclaimed death metal record label Willowtip Records to continue their evolving saga. The band is currently hard at work on their third, as-yet-untitled third album.

Afterbirth is:

David Case – Bass

Cody Drasser – Guitar

Keith Harris – Drums

Will Smith – Vocals

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