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Manchester, United Kingdom (2007 – present)

Ingested are a British / band from Manchester. Since their formation in 2007, the group have built a reputation as one of the most savage death metal acts to come out of the UK for a long time and have built a large fanbase within their country as well as in the US, Australia, Canada and Sweden.

Their debut album “Surpassing the Boundaries of Human Suffering” was released in June 2009 and received critical acclaim from magazines such as Terrorizer (8. 5/10), Metal Hammer (8/10) and Kerrang! (4/5). Following the Summer release of their album, Ingested were chosen to open up the 2010 Bonecrusher European tour, headlined by US heavyweights The Black Dahlia Murder and featuring The Faceless, Carnifex and more.

Known for a vicious live show, Ingested’s skull crushing mix of death metal blastbeats and hardcore breakdowns will bulldoze you violently into the ground and leave you in a crumpled heap asking for more. With appearances at Mountains of Death and Ghostfest under their belt, and support slots with bands such as Despised Icon, Beneath The Massacre, Suffocation and many more, Ingested will be rolling out on Siege Of Amida Records’ “NoTOURious” 2011 European tour with labelmates Martyr Defiled and Annotations Of An Autopsy in the Summer.

After spending most of 2010 writing the follow-up to “Surpassing The Boundaries of Human Suffering” Ingested are back in 2011 with “The Surreption” mixed and mastered by Mick Kenney (Bleeding Through, Anaal Nathrakh), this is a heavier, more mature and undoubtedly darker offering from the northern slam kings.


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  • LawLieTicp

    Seeing these guys tomorow :D

    12 Jul 11:39pm Reply
  • sangremuerto

    new EP is pretty solid. they need to find a real label.

    6 Jul 3:57pm Reply
  • GeoGhoul

    I like.

    3 Jul 12:28pm Reply
  • raketo

    2brutall4me sheeeiitt

    24 Jun 11:03pm Reply
  • Favv356

    EP дико радует

    13 Jun 11:59am Reply
  • Dream-core

    Why this band is sooooo underrated? >___<

    11 Jun 3:18pm Reply
  • Considerables

    I mean I love Deathcore, but the only reason for this band sounding Deathcore-ish is because of the sleek, excellent production of their albums. The same sound quality of your average Deathcore album as opposed to your average Slam album. Bands that have that same feel are Katalepsy, Abominable Putridity and Visceral Disgore, which leads these bands to be a hell of a lot more accessible than a Slam band like Internal Bleeding or Devourment. Great production in Slam should continue, however. But that has to start with big labels recognizing more of these bands.

    7 Jun 12:46pm Reply
  • xGunmetalAngel

    New EP sounds way too deathcore, but at least I don't hate it. It's listenable, but I just liked them as a brutal death metal band like how they were on STBOHS. Speaking of which, I hear they're remastering the whole album re-releasing it. I'm pumped.

    5 May 7:52am Reply
  • sevenstepss

    Titanomachy <3 [2]

    5 Apr 8:17pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    Well for what it's worth I only ever got into this band because of my love for deathcore

    29 Mar 8:21pm Reply
  • Considerables

    btw whoever calls this band Deathcore is mistaken. Mind you, there was a slight Deathcore influence in their sound on The Surreption, but it wasn't Deathcore.

    22 Mar 1:02am Reply
  • XJohnWilX

    Titanomachy <3

    20 Mar 12:01am Reply
  • AdroiteR

    better than miley cyrus [2]

    16 Mar 9:34am Reply
  • Stoeckli

    better than miley cyrus.

    20 Feb 7:55pm Reply
  • Misanthropist9

    revered by no one, feared by all is a good release but still not as good as their debut album

    2 Feb 12:36pm Reply
  • Considerables

    This is really, REALLY good Death Metal.

    31 Jan 2:50pm Reply
  • EpidemiKKK

    The new EP is fucking phenomenal.

    6 Jan 5:56am Reply
  • Forced_Life1983

    que buen EP por la ctm

    23 Dec 2013 Reply
  • FuckingJens666

    I'm actually surprised how much I like the new EP. Better than Surreption for sure and maybe even better than the first album

    22 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Rackshassa

    New EP is great, definetly better than Surreption.

    19 Dec 2013 Reply
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