Tyrant Goatgaldrakona are graduates of the Incantation School of Death Metal. A lot of bands are in the same program, but this Hungarian duo excels at the speedy, hard hitting stuff.
Favorite track: Whip of Lucifer.
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Includes unlimited streaming of Sign of Moloch 12"MLP
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"Sign of Moloch" was originally released on CD by Stygian Shadows Productions in 2010. Now, two years later, Blood Harvest & Temple of Abomination have the honour of unleashing this recording on a one-sided 12" vinyl MLP.
Formed in Szeged, Hungary in 2009, Tyrant Goatgaldrakona rose from the abyss to to create dark and brooding Death Metal. Consisting only of two members, Hellfire Commander of Eternal War and Pain on drums and vocals & Grave Desecration and Necrosodomy on guitars and bass, the band manages to produce a sound that pummel forth and crush anything in its path.
Both members are active in various other Death, Thrash & Black Metal acts such as Mörbid Carnage, Necrosodomy, Ahriman, Fagyhamu, Hexenwood etc.
The band’s just finished their first full lenght record, "Horns in the Dark", to be released on Blood Harvest on 12" vinyl in 2013.
Worth checking out for fans of CEMETERY URN, FUNEBRARUM or even VASAELETH, MEFITIC, PSEUDOGOD and the likes.
Iron Bonehead (Germany)
Obliteration Records (Japan)
Hells Headbangers (N.America)
Nuclear Winter (Greece)
Soul Erazer (Brazil)
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Probably the weakest Incantation album of the decade, but that isn't saying much when you consider the bands consistency. There's no major missteps thankfully, it's just a bit more pedestrian than the trudging pace of "Dirges" and the renewed barbarity found in "Vengeance." Maybe it ends up serving as a stopgap so the band can come out swinging in the '20s... zirtonic