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Horrendous was conceived in the womb of early 2009. With a fascination and utter obsession with the old school, the band emerged from a desolate scene, weaving webs of raunchy riffs through the rehearsal space air…

Band Members: ~ Damian Herring: Guitar, Vocals ~ Matt Knox: Guitar, Vocals ~ Jamie Knox: Battery

Discography: ~ Sweet Blasphemies (Demo) - 2009 ~ The Chills - 2012 ~ Ecdysis - 2014 ~ Anareta - 2015

www.myspace.com/horrendousdeathmetal

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  • Love the guitar sounds on Ecdysis. basic tone of swedish death metal with wide influences on their song writings. hm2 all the way. too bad they didn't use it for Anareta :( new album is fucking gem though!
  • Saw them again for the 5th time last night. They never let down especially with how powerful the Anareta songs sound live and I am more interested in the additional fourth member for future shows.
  • Their new album is good, but I like The Chills more.
  • The Chills >>>>>>>>>>>>>> life
  • Anareta is absolutely different piece of shit than previous albums. But it's still amazing. These guys know what to do. New Death? Or just wishful thinking?
  • Anareta blew me away. It took me so long to get around to listen to it but holy crap I wish I'd listened earlier
  • I think Anareta is even better than Ecdysis and there's no doubt they will continue to push boundaries even further with every album released.
  • the new albums is GREEEEEEEEEEEEAT
  • completely agree with @versionflv. i would love to see these guys take some creative leaps in the future. looks like they're already recording their next album, so they pretty much never sleep.
  • Their influences are overt, more than ever on Anareta. I didn't find it as creative as the last, but everything is well done and just like Ecdysis, this album will gain lots more fans for both the label and the band. It has the Death and Carcass worship done properly, taking the right elements and ideas from those groups, blending them gracefully.

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