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A highly technical and band, Gorguts was formed in 1989 by Luc Lemay (guitar/vocals), Sylvain Marcoux (guitar), Eric Giguere (bass) and Stephane Provencher (drums) in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. They recorded a demo in 1990 entitled ...and Then Comes Lividity, and then in 1991 released Considered Dead on Roadrunner, their first full-length album. The release was very promising, and even included a guest guitar solo by James Murphy and guest vocals by Chris Barnes. Two years later… read more

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  • Avatar for aWhisperingWind
    There's also Flourishing. In fact they were much better at being new Gorguts than Gorguts themselves are.
  • Avatar for PetitSagittaire
    The bands that sound the most like post-90's Gorguts : Defilementory, Baring Teeth, Geryon.
  • Avatar for qattle
    I wish there more blast beat in the EP but other than that it's good stuff.
  • Avatar for AFistfulofPants
    Pleiade's Dust is absolutely incredible. I love you, Gorguts.
  • Avatar for eNsLav3R
    ипи 16 года, дичайшее вобще, как фильм посмотрел
  • Avatar for MoogInRow
    New EP is almost as good as Colored Sands to me.
  • Avatar for billyouxan
    Played Their new EP at my rice farm. My workers loved it. Probably because I haven't paid them in years and if they din't please me I'd have them deported back to China... Great riffs and songwriting too. Sounds very similar to Colored Sands.
  • Avatar for FuckingJens666
    New EP is the most beautiful ugly thing of the year.
  • Avatar for sproaty
    New album blew my mind
  • Avatar for aTacoNazi
    I'm glad Luc allowed Colin to go nuts on this album as long as he kept it within musical and emotionally connective bounds. I don't really care for Colin's work really in krallice or behold the arctopus, but it seems Luc knows how to channel his insane chops level into something that actually connects with me. Keep it up plz more of that.

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