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DANK SLAMS: Beckoning The Horrors Of The Depths With ORGANECTOMY

Posted by on April 27, 2017 at 5:42 pm

Christchurch, New Zealand. September 4th, 2010. The day the earth heaved with a 7.1 magnitude earthquake. Is it a coincidence that this is the very same year that brutal death metallers ORGANECTOMY released their debut single entitled "Septic Uterovaginal Putrefaction"? We think not. This was most certainly a slamquake of epic proportions.

Birthed as a solo project by vocalist Tyler Jordan entitled Scat Hammer – who later decided to convert it into a full band changing the name to Organectomy – the guys have yet to release a full album's worth of material. That time has come.

Here we are seven years later, this time faced with the an impending world-ending slamquake in the form of brand new single "Beckoning The Horrors Of The Depths:, taken from Organectomy's forthcoming debut full-length. It should be noted that lurking among the talented Organectomy ranks is one Alexander Paul of Rendered Helpless fame (previously featured on Dank here).

Drummer Jae Hulbert goes on to reveal what we can all expect with the coming release…

"This album marks a new era in the history of Organectomy as we strive for new heights with a more mature, professional sound, while maintaining that classic rowdy Organectomy vibe. Full of dank slams, blast beats, filthy gutterals, and sickening riffage, we're confident the release will have something for everyone to enjoy as you journey through the dark narrative of cosmic horror and despair."

Once again, we are incredibly stoked to bring you another Dank Slams exclusive – made possible by our hammer-smashing bros over at Slam Worldwide! Here it is, the brand new Organectomy track, "Beckoning The Horrors Of The Depths"…

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