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Nuclear Vomit

From: Poland
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Latest Nuclear Vomit News

Below is our complete Nuclear Vomit news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Banisher Premieres Pre-Release Full-Album Stream

Polish death metal band Banisher premieres the pre-release full-album stream of the band's upcoming new album "Oniric Delusions", which will be out in stores September 3rd, 2016 via Deformeathing Productions. The band's current line-up includes members of Decapitated, Redemptor, Darzamat, Nuclear Vomit, Shodan, and Ketha.

Check out now "Oniric Delusions" in its entirety below.

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Unearthing The Goregrind Underground

The other day I was trading video uploads with fellow staff member Carl, whose taste usually gravitates towards classy traditional metal. I sent him a track from the grindcore band Cuntscrape, "Giving Head to Mr. Ed," leaving him speechless. His reply went something like this - "I thought there was a limit to the extreme. I was wrong." Ha ha, poor Carl.

Nope. There's no limit to the extreme in sight. Back in the late eighties and early nineties, the progenitors of twisted and depraved metal like Lividity or Broken Hope couldn't have imagined how contorted the genre would have gotten. Nowadays it gets more brutal than anyone could have ever envisioned. The horror fantasy themes have given way to pornogrind lyrics, inaudible vocals and psychopathic themes. Over time lyrics have been all but done away with, almost as if they are too sensitive and get in the way of what should be primal. It's all meant to be hilarious and over the top, and goregrind is the last frontier when it comes to offensive, loud metal. More...

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Nuclear Vomit Signs To Mad Lion Records

Polish gore grind death metal band NUCLEAR VOMIT recently signed a two-album deal with Mad Lion Records. The first will be titled “Obora” and will contain 15 tracks of "the purest annihilation into the most destrictive way." The samples can be heard on the band's MySpace page.

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