From: Elizabeth, NJ, United States
Last Known Status: Active
Latest Grimus News
Below is our complete Grimus 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.
New Jersey deathcore band, Deadworld, just released a new four track self-titled EP through Chugcore.
The album was recorded and mixed by Chris Fernandez, with the exception of track #3, which was recorded and co-written by Jack Di Muro. Album artwork was designed by Andrew Scott Grace of Valkyrie Media. Listen in below. The full track listing is:
4. The Black Swan Event (ft. Bryan Martinez of Grimus) More...
With the imminent release of a face-raping first full-length now closing in, Garden State death metal troupe Grimus invites you to dislocate various appendages with a full stream of "Omnicide" now. Check it out through the player below or over at Bandcamp.
"Omnicide" was tracked and mixed by guitarist Marco Bobadilla at Crimson Recording and mastered by Alan Douches (Cannibal Corpse, Beneath the Massacre, Job For A Cowboy etc.) at West West Side Music. The album is due out June 25th, 2013. You can also catch the band live:
6/22/2013 E&A Entertainment & Hall - Elizabeth, NJ
6/28/2013 The NYC Arts Cypher - Staten Island, NY
8/31/2013 Christ Church Parking Lot - Shrewsbury, NJ (FREE!) More...
New Noise Magazine has debuted a new track, entitled "The Vulture," from the New Jersey death metal band Grimus at this location. The song comes off their forthcoming full-length debut, "Omnicide." The song was tracked and mixed by guitarist Marco Bobadilla at Crimson Recording and mastered by Alan Douches (Cannibal Corpse, Beneath the Massacre, Job For A Cowboy etc.) at West West Side Music. Grimus will release "Omnicide" on June 25th, 2013.
The band has announced the following upcoming shows:
6/22/2013 E&A Entertainment & Hall - Elizabeth, NJ
Lambgoat.com today hurl forth a bit of pre-weekend audio animosity with a track premiere of "Without Master" from New Jersey death metal deviants, Grimus. The song comes by way of the band's previously announced forthcoming full-length debut, "Omnicide." Check it out here or through the player below.
Lyrically centered around mankind’s killer instinct and violent purpose in life, "Without Master" sets the album’s mood with 3:45 minutes of chronic, blasting hatred. Elaborates guitarist Michael Munoz: “Without Master incorporates fast, albeit simple and catchy riffs, while keeping the song as fluid as possible. It was written for the sole purpose of opening the album."
"Omnicide" was tracked and mixed by guitarist Marco Bobadilla at Crimson Recording and mastered by Alan Douches (Cannibal Corpse, Beneath the Massacre, Job For A Cowboy etc.) at West West Side Music. Grimus will self-release "Omnicide" on June 25th, 2013. Catch the band live:
6/22/2013 E&A Entertainment & Hall - Elizabeth, NJ More...
Almost three years after the pummeling "Gutter Earth" EP was inflicted upon the masses, cold-blooded Elizabeth, New Jersey based death metal insurgents Grimus have completed their first proper full-length, "Omnicide." The band's publicist issued the following press release:
"With its members all hailing from a plethora of extreme metal acts including Iberian black metal outfit Windfaerer, Metal Blade tech/death act Allegaeon and others, the members of Grimus are united in hatred for humankind, their output surging with guttural, cutting-edge death metal prowess, with monolithic slams and swells of the most vicious kind infiltrating their uncompromising low-end attack.
"These atrocious features are grippingly captured on the quintet’s debut full-length album, Omnicide. The term literally meaning the killing of everything is a testament to man’s inherent, bloodthirsty nature and audacity to alter his surroundings, through efficient forms of destruction. Paradoxically, mankind is willfully committing suicide in its attempt to become a godlike creator. This album is a soundtrack to the decimation of all that is known, 'the age of none.' More...
New Jersey death metal band Grimus has posted a new song online entitled "I, Destroyer." The recording is from one of their pre-production sessions. The band plans on going into the studio next month. Listen to the track below:
New Jersey death metal act Grimus recently inked a record deal with New York-based Innerstrength Records. Commented the band of the union: "We are pleased to announce our new deal with Innerstrength Records! They put out some great, quality, heavy underground music and we're excited to be part of their growing roster. Be on the alert for Grimus coming to a venue near you as well as some new music next year."
Grimus released the "Gutter Earth" EP earlier this year, which was recorded and mixed by guitarist Marco Bobadilla and mastered by Bill Henderson at Azimuth Mastering. You can also check out the music video for "Bait," off the debut EP "The Progress in Elimination," below. Grimus will be performing live on the following date:
1/15/2011 **Free Show** Irish American Association - Kearny, NJ
American death metal act Grimus has posted new studio footage online taken from the band's time spent recording "Gutter Earth." "Gutter Earth" was recorded and mixed by GRIMUS guitarist Marco Bobadilla and mastered by Bill Henderson. You can view the video below:
"Gutter Earth" Track Listing:
1. In The Gutter
2. Friends For (N)ever
3. The Situation
New Jersey death metal band GRIMUS has posted a music video for their song "Bait", taken from last years debut EP "The Progress In Elimination." The video was conceptualized and produced by the band and was filmed in Hellhound Studios in Rahway, New Jersey.
Watch the music video below:
New Jersey death metal beast GRIMUS will be premiering and releasing songs off of their latest release, "Gutter Earth," this week. On Wednesday, September 29th, GRIMUS can be heard on the tri-state area airwaves via WSOU 89.5FM from 8pm-10pm Eastern. The broadcast may also be streamed online here.
"Gutter Earth" is a self-produced DIY effort by the band, recorded and mixed by GRIMUS guitarist Marco Bobadilla. Mastering was done by Bill Henderson at Azimuth Mastering. The EP's art was done by bassist Michael Gonçalves, which can be viewed here.
Grimus vocalist Bryan Martinez comments on the EP, "This EP to me is the darkest music we have ever written. I spent a lot of time with the lyrics and just unleashed all my hatred for everything that breathes in this disgusting place we call home, i.e. Earth. I hope you guys enjoy these songs as much as we enjoyed recording them and hope to see you at shows. Later and keep it dead." More...
Each week in "Unearthing the Metal Underground," we'll be putting a few quality underground bands in the spotlight in an attempt to get the word out about them. This week I am exploring the New Jersey extreme metal scene.
The extreme metal scene in New Jersey is hard to find, but it's there. I find that most of them like to hide under the radar and remain underground. the bands I'm featuring here aren't that kind. these are the ones looking to make their foot print in the scene by doing something a little different in their own way. There are too many bands around that do the same song over and over again with different lyrics and in a different key or tempo. More...
New Jersey metal band Grimus has issued the following update:
"We are still here and still going strong! We are currently recording our 4 track demo and it is coming out awesome. The new songs will surely melt you fucking face off! Drums are all done and we will begin recording guitars shortly. We are recording with our very own Marco Bobadilla, you guys should definitely check his stuff out he does great work. This should be released within the next 2 months. Keep checking back for more info."
New Jersey metal band GRIMUS has parted ways with drummer John Scott. The band comments, "Unfortunately, drummer John Scott will no longer be continuing in the elegant aural journey that is Grimüs. After an amicable and unanimous decision, we have decided to sacrifice him to Baal as a blood offering for no apparent reason. Joining us in our hellish legion as drummer will be..."
"Actually, don't worry about it. Just come to a show and you can see for your own eyes, you faceless sheep."
"Now, on to other crocks of shit. We're writing for a full length. You'll be hearing bursts of newer songs here and there during our sets in the near future as we create."
Northern New Jersey death metal band GRIMUS is currently writing material for a 2010 full-length album. The band has posted a new track, "In The Gutter," to their official MySpace page.
Grimus tour dates are as follows:
09/20 - Championship Bar and Grill - Trenton, NJ w/ Rose Funeral
09/24 - Croc Rock’s MAINSTAGE - Allentown, PA w/ All Shall Perish & Born of Osiris
10/04 - The Meatlocker - Montclair, NJ w/ The Judas Syndrome
10/17 - 24 Club - Princeton, NJ w/ Sicker than Most, The Judas Syndrome
10/23 - Dingbatz - Clifton, NJ w/One Brick Down, Homicidal, The Judas Syndrome
10/24 - Halloween Blowout @ Kingpin Egg - Harbor Township, NJ
New Jersey folk metallers, Windfaerer, featuring members of Grimus, At Rest, and Skies Devoured, have posted new songs from their debut demo, "Glorybound," on their MySpace page. The songs, "In the Wake of War" and "The Great Fire," were recorded, mixed and mastered at Frightbox Studios with Bobby Torres.
New Jersey folk metal band, Windfaerer, has issued a statement regarding the recording of their demo:
"The recording process of this demo is going quite well. It's being handled by Bobby Torres at Frightbox Studios--the man works well. So far after two sessions we have already laid most of the instruments down for the two songs. They are coming out amazing! All that is left are the vocals, mixing and mastering."
"We're releasing a two-song demo of two of the first songs written for this project. Their titles are:
1. In the Wake of War
2. The Great Fire" More...
New Jersey death metallers, Grimus, have issued the following update regarding the release of their debut EP, 'The Progress In Elimination:'
"After the long wait (since the now distant summer of '08), we are finally preparing to release our debut EP, 'The Progress In Elimination.' It will be available on Saturday, March 28 at our CD release show as well as through contacting us through e-mail or through myspace (or through whatever tickles your jollies). We are also planning to have it on sale at various record stores." More...
Grimus, the New Jersey based deathcore act, has posted three new songs on their MySpace page from their upcoming EP, "The Progress In Elimination." The EP was engineered by Alan Douches (Black Dahlia Murder, Mastadon, All Shall Perish). The EP is self-released and scheduled to be released before the end of the year.
New Jersey death metallers, Grimus, have posted a new video on their MySpace page documenting the band's process in the studio where they are recording their debut EP entitled, "The Progress in Elimination." The video documents the band recording bass, rhythm guitar, and lead guitar. This is the third video in a continuing series.
"The Progress in Elimination" is slated for a Fall 2008 release.