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“With a razor sharp approach that draws equally from thrash as it does old school death metal, Splattercraft have a charging approach built on rhythmic riffs, tremolo picked madness and 80’s thrash styled riffs. If you mixed Descanting the Insalubrious era Carcass with 80’s thrash you’d start to have an idea of what to expect from this very heavy yet very catchy metal band.”

“The vocals switch between an extremely guttural roar and a high pitched voice. The guttural voice is used the most and it is an extremely powerful sound with surprising clarity. While it is an approach that some might consider typical of the genre, it fits the music perfectly and the vocal patterns are just as catchy as the music. Forget about the gurgled beyond recognition vocals, this shows that vocals can be extremely guttural but still very powerful and clear. ” - Unbound Zine

Splattercraft was formed in the summer of 2003 by Matthew Elswick (rhythm guitar) and Brian Sexton (vocals). The two recorded their first independently produced demo “Gore Soaked Date Rape and Other Terrifying Tales” in a short period of time and sold many copies of the disc over the next few months. Word quickly spread and soon Splattercraft was playing local shows in their area.

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