Stockholm’s blackened death metal warriors NECROPHOBIC have just launched a brand new video for the song “Revelation 666”, taken from their latest masterpiece Death To All! Check out the main page of the Earsplit Compound here.
NECROPHOBIC are one of very few bands left from the early Swedish black/death metal underground scene that is still going strong. Sharing members of Nifelheim, Trident and more the band are considered a cult act from the old days, yet also remain a potent source for inspiration for today’s scene. “Revelation 666” – the track this brutal new video accompanies – was described by Outburn Magazine as “…an awesome flurry of charred, angel stabbing thrash/death with a manic chorus and an epic outro”.
The NECROPHOBIC crew will also be storming American shores this May as part of the almighty Maryland Deathfest, appearing alongside Watain, Possessed, Autopsy, Sodom, Obituary, Entombed and countless other top legendary and contemporary metal acts. Check the full lineup at: http://www.marylanddeathfest.com.
After nearly 20 years of existence and five very successful full-length albums NECROPHOBIC raises the flag of hate once again. It’s time to show the world their brand new album Death To All! It’s not just a title, it’s a statement!
“…this one is a blast to endure and best played at maximum volume for the ultimate near-death experience. Thrash-influenced Swedish guitar riffs fill this disc to overflowing…” – SOD Magazine
“… now that is some bad ass sh**. Some rocking Swedish thrash for your veins!”
– Randy “Rocket” Cody, The Metal Den
“Death to All follows in the hoofprints of 2006’s Hrimthursum, hitching a bulletproof blackthrash rhythm section to Dissection’s obsidian guitar tonalities. Necrophobic’s attack has gotten sharper with age, their songs ever stronger.” – Decibel Magazine
“…the band’s undiminished passion for their demonic art bursts forth like that of most satanic metal whippersnappers half their age, which should guarantee Necrophobic’s ability to keep bringing Death to All ages of extreme metal fans for many years to come.” – All Music Guide