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Rome, Italy (2007 – present)

Fleshgod Apocalypse is a band from Rome, Italy formed in 2007 by Hour of Penance member Francesco Paoli (Drums/Guitars/Backing vocals) , Christiano Trionfera (Guitars) and Paolo Rossi (Vocals/Bass, Promaetheus Unbound). Francesco Struglia joined the band after on Drums but left in 2008 due to personal interest change and other commitments. The band was previously known as the death/thrash metal act Tyrannic Ethical Reconstruction.

The band self-released their demo Promo ‘07 in August 2007, which lead to them being signed to Neurotic Records. The two songs included on the demo were also released in 2008 on the split album The Da Vinci Death Code with countrymen Modus Delicti, Onirik and Septycal Gorge.

The band has supported major artists on tour including Behemoth, Origin, Dying Fetus, Hate Eternal, Suffocation and Napalm Death. In late 2008, they started to work on their debut album and left Neurotic Records as they wanted to progress as a band. They were picked up by Willowtip Records on the 19th December 2008.

The album “Oracles” was released in Europe on the 30th of March 2009 by Candlelight Records and worldwide on the 21st of April by Willowtip Records.

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  • MrSweeetness

    Does anybody have the picture of the guitarist headbanging with an orange-ish background? I'm searchin for this pic, but it's nowhere to be found.

    10 Apr 11:02pm Reply
  • HavikK

    Fans of BoO, The Faceless, Rings of Saturn, Fleshgod, Abiotic, The HAARP Machine, Ovid's Withering etc. check out the new full length by Nexilva out now on Subliminal Groove Records.

    10 Apr 4:00am Reply
  • spideralex90

    "If you like Mafia or Oracles listen to Hour of Penance, but if you like agony and labyrinth continue with FA." Option 3: Listen to both since they're both awesome.

    30 Mar 2:48am Reply
  • Fearlesszero


    28 Mar 11:29pm Reply
  • Spog_Zallagi

    Some good blasturbation on dem drums [2] Probably the best band for blastbeats, next to Behemoth and Nile.

    16 Mar 2:30am Reply
  • WinterWinterWoo

    Some good blasturbation on dem drums

    15 Mar 9:34pm Reply
  • XenoChist

    бесподобно! [2]

    15 Mar 8:14pm Reply
  • JoeWilson27

    Fuck yes, here I fucking come.... HAMMERSONIC 2014!!!

    13 Mar 11:40am Reply
  • nobledeath

    Jakarta siap digoyang!!!!!!

    10 Mar 3:29pm Reply
  • umbralnergal


    5 Mar 11:09pm Reply
  • schizo_freak

    Altough a bit frantic at times, If you take your time to take it all in, there is alot of Awesomeness ( If I may) here.

    2 Mar 12:40am Reply
  • Kidneythieves

    Italian gods. [3]

    22 Feb 10:09am Reply
  • A13k5G

    If you like Mafia or Oracles listen to Hour of Penance, but if you like agony and labyrinth continue with FA.

    21 Feb 10:49pm Reply
  • Spog_Zallagi

    Well, I made a mistake in my last post. I guess it's been a long time since I last listened to Oracles (with actually paying attention to it, rather than it being background noise to a chore). But I guess that's the beauty of Oracles. You can't really appreciate it without having a pair of headphones on, cranked up, and ignoring everything that goes on around you. It's easy to just listen to FA's last two releases offhandedly because they lack the subtlety present in Oracles. You can still hear everything going on in Agony and Labyrinth when you're across the room away from speakers, but I find it's harder to detect Oracles' nuances that way, and then they become apparent with it being crammed directly into your ears.

    18 Feb 9:43pm Reply
  • fymek

    v If you will understand classical music, Oracles will be a real fun to listen. Those "ROLAND" or "YAMAHA" keybord symphonic stuff on agony and labyrinth are very hilarious. Oracles is the best classical infuenced tech death album of all time. (Spawn of Possession "Incurso" is worth checking, almost equal from classical music influence)

    16 Feb 7:18pm Reply
  • Spog_Zallagi

    "Oracles was somehow Boring in my opinion" Snoracles? *shot* But in all seriousness, I'll have to agree. I can't really get into Oracles like I can with 'Agony' and 'Labyrinth.' I have a soft spot for metal symphonies.

    15 Feb 1:25am Reply
  • mortal_man


    10 Feb 1:39pm Reply
  • fymek

    v o_O

    8 Feb 10:15am Reply
  • Hell-Guard

    Oracles was somehow Boring in my opinion ... Maybe I need to listen it again.

    7 Feb 9:31am Reply
  • Pheneks

    Dude. Agony = Mafia = Oracles > Labyrinth

    6 Feb 11:16pm Reply
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