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Los Osos, California, USA (1993 – present)

Deeds of Flesh is a brutal death metal band formed in 1993 by Jacoby Kingston, Erik Lindmark and Joey Heaslet. Erik has been the only member never to leave the band in the band’s career. The two remaining original members have also created a record label, Unique Leader Records, which is thought highly of by fans of brutal death metal. Since their debut, their popularity has been rising and setting a new standard for modern brutality and technicality in death metal. Deeds of Flesh has found their definite sound niche in their 2001 release “Mark of The Legion”. Jacoby retired in 2007 and Erlend Caspersen replaced him on bass.

Orign: Los Osos, California, USA

As of 2012, due to a severe tendinitis in his fretting arm Eric Lindmark will only handle guitar duties on studio, while doing vocals live.


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  • Considerables

    "bring back the riffs and grooves" fucking nerds

    8 Mar 2:30pm Reply
  • jonowev

    People just get butthurt about a band mixing it up a bit just because they can, there's usually no logic to it, they're just closed-minded assholes.

    5 Feb 6:02pm Reply
  • fallencowboy

    I don't understand what all the fuss is about. Let the band evolve if thats what they want to do. Its not always about the fans or else that would be selling out

    2 Jan 7:46pm Reply
  • TheArtofShred88

    "Their weakest album for sure. Hopefully Erik will go back to the old style now. Bring back the riffs and grooves" I've talked to so many people who say "Deeds of Flesh suck now, get rid of that technical shit and get back to the brutality!" and I personally think it's just foolish. So what if a band wants to display their technical ability? I could understand if they were doing it poorly but DoF are doing a damn great job at writing technical, skilled songs but also writing memorable, enjoyable tracks that have a great deal of replay value. All you people who continuously whine and whine about how they're not br00tul enough any more just sound silly. Also, saying 'bring back the riffs' was pretty idiotic as well, how could you not like the riffs on ANY of their albums?

    2 Jan 3:06am Reply
  • Pastiche1

    Their weakest album for sure. Hopefully Erik will go back to the old style now. Bring back the riffs and grooves

    11 Dec 2013 Reply
  • MetalWarriorRus

    мяяяско Meat

    21 Nov 2013 Reply
  • PP667

    new album is nice

    14 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Svarte_Vidder

    Last album is fucking amazing.

    18 Oct 2013 Reply
  • jonowev

    @ Conquer500: You're posting that on the Deeds of Flesh page WHY?

    21 Aug 2013 Reply
  • shcegolcov

    Amazing new album 5/5

    1 Aug 2013 Reply
  • Behemoth246

    Beautiful New Album!

    15 Jul 2013 Reply
  • P1nkF1oyd

    I saw a post saying they can't tour yet because Erik still has tendonitis

    15 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Chuzhbogh

    PtC slays!

    11 Jul 2013 Reply
  • jonowev

    Amazing new album 5/5. [3] ...and yeah, a UK tour would make my fucking year!

    10 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Bluntside5050

    Amazing new album 5/5. [2]

    10 Jul 2013 Reply
  • MetalRock1989

    Amazing new album 5/5.

    9 Jul 2013 Reply
  • shcegolcov

    Please, please, please, tour!

    8 Jul 2013 Reply
  • cosm1chaos

    good new album.

    4 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Sleepforlife

    new album is great! so great,

    3 Jul 2013 Reply
  • xVictimOfADownx

    "New album is what The Faceless SHOULD have done. Now The Faceless is gay." Not sure I get the comparison, The Faceless have always played a very melodic Allan Holdsworth-influenced take on technical death metal and have never been similar since Deeds Of Flesh play very calculated brutal death metal through most of their discography.

    3 Jul 2013 Reply
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