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1) Execration is a Death Metal band from Oslo, Norway. They were formed in 2004 by Cato Syversrud (Drums), Chris Johansen (Guitar, Vocals) and Jørgen Maristuen (Guitar, Vocals). Christopher Konings (Grotesque Hysterectomy) was their bassplayer until 2006, when Jonas Helgemo replaced him.

Inspired by classic acts like Autopsy, Death, Immolation, Suffocation and Gorguts, Execration merges the feel of old school Death Metal with strikingly contemporary compositions and performance.

They released the EP“Language of The Dead” on Entartete Musik in 2007. In August 2008 their first full-length album “Syndicate of Lethargy” was released on Vendlus Records.

The band is currently working on their sophomore album.

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2) Execration is an American brutal death metal band from Colorado. They formed in 2007 by Kevin Elrod (Drums)and Colin Foran (Guitar, Vocals) who later were joined by Micah Wrigth (Bass) and Darrel Olson (Vocals) to complete the line-up.

This line-up self-released their demo “Infernal Annhilation” in 2007. This got them a record deal with Comatose Music, however, despite the line-up changed. Don Evens took over as vocalist and a guest bassit Mike Poggione for some of the full-length album “A Feast for the Wretched” which was releasd in May, 2008.

3) Execration was a Death Black metal band from Brazil, who formed in 1991 and later split up in 1993.

4) Execration is a Brutal death Metal band from Lativa. They were formed in 2000.


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  • versionfiv

    maybe he meant to talk about the new chapel of disease album , that one at least is somewhat similar to horrendous..

    16 Feb 4:31pm Reply
  • thatkirbydude

    Uh, Don't get the comparison to horrendous, but I agree with version in saying this band is darker

    29 Jan 3:23pm Reply
  • _duif

    Unpopular for a reason. Execration is fine but no match for Horrendous (or Obliteration, for that matter). Just my 2 blood-soaked cents.

    15 Jan 12:29pm Reply
  • ASSMan316

    Unpopular Opinion, Dimensions rapes new Horrendous in the arse until it can no longer shit ever again. Sorry Matt from Dark Decent, I still love u.

    7 Jan 4:34am Reply
  • versionfiv

    obliteration has more exuberance but I would take morbid dimensions over black death horizon. i think this band is darker

    18 Dec 2014 Reply
  • Chao-G

    New album sounds a lot like Black Death horizon and almost as good.

    16 Dec 2014 Reply
  • faenhakke

    The 2 out of 5 from the guy further down is from 2012, probably referring to the american Execration. Morbid Dimensions does indeed kick a great deal of arse.

    28 Nov 2014 Reply
  • osmark

    2 out of 5? personally I really dig Morbid Dimensions. the album's got solid pace and great riffage

    9 Nov 2014 Reply
  • ReMetallized

    new album (norwegian) is awesome

    11 Oct 2014 Reply
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    21 Jun 2013 Reply
  • DethGatling

    Execration do Brasil !!!!

    22 May 2013 Reply
  • SlaveOfN1l

    Norwegian Execration kills

    30 Nov 2012 Reply
  • hermindseye

    EDIT: After spinning new album a few more times in between other tech-death releases I have to say it has a muddy sound from bad production and/or lazy finger shifting.

    21 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Racer100500

    frankly speaking, new album not very interesting... 2 of 5

    5 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Pisi777

    New Execration album is a real bummer.

    3 Oct 2012 Reply
  • hermindseye

    Execration(Colorado)- The Acceptance of Zero Existence, very interesting weird and ofcourse brutal release, proof that metal is still alive and evolving.

    28 Sep 2012 Reply
  • extrememetal999

    yes new album is really very good.

    20 Jan 2012 Reply
  • ASSMan316

    New album is quite an impressive achievement

    6 Jan 2012 Reply
  • TaggingMachine

    Untagged from "" at 2404 listeners. It may take a while for the change to show. Visit the group under 2000 listeners for more info.

    2 Jan 2012 Reply
  • momonga2345

    Holy shit ... Odes of the Occult is good !

    29 Nov 2011 Reply
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