Death Immortal
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Death Immortal

New York City, New York, United States

New York City, New York, United States
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Alex Gonzalez September 9 at 10:04am Reply
Most metal bands these days have 1 speed, 1 Volume. With Death Immortal that is simply not the case. The entire self titled album is filled with guttural screams, thrashing riffs, brutal shreds, and progressive thundering drums.

Front to back the album is a journey wading through the finest components of metal. And behind all the thunder and grit, songs like Just Breathe show the amazing range that a metal band can reach and still not sound like whiny little bitches.

And at the end of the epic disc, wiped out, neck sore, you say to yourself and those within listening distance, that Death Immortal is everything right about the otherwise ho-hum metal scene.

Then next thing you know it, Death Immortal is in your town and you step up to the stage, and you suddenly realize that same epic journey was just a tease for what will undoubtedly leave you withering on the floor from metal exhaustion.

The thunder presented on the disc is one tenth the thunder coming from the band onstage. It’s loud, it’s in your face, its unstoppable, brutal fun! Get the album, but above all else get the album at the show where they will rip out the underbelly of crappy corporate metal and leave it for dead.
- Bob Marino


Out of control. That seems to be the consensus of Death Immmortal's self titled Release. The punishing Guitars of Mark And Chester Seem be the Unrelenting theme of the album, That and crushing vocals from chester that seem to just borage and bombard the listener. This is a great album probably the best Ive heard in a long time from an unsigned band from Brooklyn or any where for that matter. Production Value A+ Lyric Content A+ A+ all around These guys have lots of big things to come.

-Metal Dave (International) - Cd Baby


Discography

1st Demo
1.Freedumb ain't free
2.The Agnostic
3.V 4 Vendetta
4.Bloodlust

2nd Demo
1.Sellout
2.The Brooklyn Syndicate
3.Bloodfeud
4.Eternal Light
5.Alcohol fueled hatred
6.Unwritten Laws

3rd Demo
1.Sorrow Addiction
2.A million bucks and a thousand regrets.
3.I'll Save You
4.Looking in from the outside.
5.Goodbye my love
6.The Deceiver
7.Kona Winds

Self titled album: Death Immortal
1.Seas of Sorrow
2.Here comes the pain
3.Unholy
4.Just Breathe
5.The Confusionist
6.Trinity of Terror
7.Shadows Touch
8.Pandemonium
9.Bayou
10.The Forgotten Plague

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Launching in the summer of 2006 as Animus
of Abbas, Death Immortal came to the front of the metal scene in the middle of 2008. Like a phoenix reborn from smoldering ashes, Death Immortal emerged from the helm of other fallen acts as Chester, Mark, Jason & Alex formed to conquer and take back what’s rightfully theirs. To bring to light what is in the dark and to embrace what others ignore. The band's music is what the east coast needs, a slap in the face to the rest of the world showing that New York means business. With hard hitting drum beats, head banging guitar riffs, searing guitar solos, intricate melodies, and memorable harmonies, Death Immortal is a force to be reckoned with. Their new album, simply titled “DEATH IMMORTAL”, was recorded and produced by long time friend Joey Z. (Life of Agony / Carnivore) Joey boasts an old school attitude with a new school sound which takes Death Immortal to sounds that range from old school thrash to today’s modern metal.

Liked it, lived it, loved it, drank it, fucked it, make no mistake about it, they are the sound and the look. THEY ARE METAL. Look out for the new album to be released in the Fall of 2009.

Want to know more? Join D.I.E (Death Immortal Elite) where you can keep up to date with information on the band, tour dates and hook up with other fans in your area and around the world - Syndicates unite!

Website: www.deathimmortal09.com