Oct 202011
 

I’m sitting in an airport, waiting on a plane, with a few minutes to kill. Just a few minutes, though. Just long enough to kill you with a song while I kill time.

The band is Visceral Disgorge, from Baltimore, Maryland. They released a debut album over the summer called Ingesting Putridity. Can you guess what the music will sound like, based on these clues: the name of the band; the name of the album; and the album cover? Here’s one more clue: The name of the song is “Necrocoprophagia”.

Let’s break that song title down: “Necro” is a Greek prefix meaning “death”. Copro is a prefix derived from the Greek word kopros, meaning “dung”. “Phagia” is a suffix, also derived from the Greek, which refers to the eating of a specified substance. “Coprophagia” means the eating of dung. Therefore, “necrocoprophagia” must mean eating the shit of the dead.

Do you have enough clues? If you guessed that this band plays brutal death metal, you would be correct. If you guessed that the music is the shit, you would also be correct, because it is. This band pulverizes, but they do it with flare and groove. Very, very nice.

This song, by the way, will be featured in the October edition of SickDrummer magazine and CD compilation. Go past the jump and let it kill you. My plane is boarding. Continue reading »