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Perverse Dependence

Formed: 2008
From: Arkhangelsk, Russia
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Perverse Dependence News

Below is our complete Perverse Dependence 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.

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Unearthing The Metal Underground In Russia

Every week in Unearthing the Metal Underground, we take a look at three quality bands that haven't gotten as much exposure yet as they should. This week we take a look at three bands from the vast country of Russia. Believe it or not, rock and heavy metal music was being made by Russian bands ever since 1960s, but it was not until the 1980s that the Soviet Union allowed such music to be released officially. Since the collapse of the Communist empire in 1991, the Russian metal scene has continued to grow and metal artists from the West routinely perform in the country, where legend has it some of the craziest fans in metal are to be found. Below is just a short example of the some of the band that come from Russia, perhaps not with love.

A Foggy Realm

From Russia's capital city, Moscow natives A Foggy Realm formed in 2009 by accomplished composer and musician, Ilya Lipkin, performing a mix of doom metal and ambient in an instrumental fashion, prefering instead to let their music do the talking. A Foggy Realm recorded their first EP, "Twilight" in January of last year, releasing it the next month. You can download the EP for free by heading to this location. More...

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Perverse Dependence Signs w/ SF Collector Records

SoulFlesh Collector Records has announced the signing of Russian death metal band Perverse Dependence. The band recently recorded a promo CD before signing the record deal for their debut full-length album.

Perverse Dependence plays US-style brutal death metal in the vein of Malignancy, Disgorge(US) and Lividity. You can check out some of their material on the band's MySpace page.

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