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October 15. Jawalakhel, Lalitpur, Nepal.

It’s less than two weeks, folks!

Vader. Helmut. InnerGuilt. Antim Grahan. Commando Noise Terror. Underside. Hatebook. The Innercore

Event organized by Silence Entertainment. Check out Silence Festival page for more information and the rules and guidelines, etc.

Well, it’s been sometime that I’ve started digging some great slam records out there. So, I’ve decided to fill in something about this brutal death metal subgenre in this blog too. So…

What the fuck is slam death metal anyway?

Slam death metal is a very straightforward, non-technical and minimal form of brutal death metal, that incorporates and emphasizes ‘slam’ passage – a variety of a very catchy breakdown that is similar to hardcore breakdown (but not exactly) and which helps to carry out a riff, with tempo changes multiple times within a song.

Check this song and you’ll know what I’m talking about.


Condemned – “Desecrate the Vile”
Devourment – “Molesting the Decapitated”
Down From the Wound – “Agony Through Rituals of Self Purification”
Goretrade – “Ritual of Flesh”
Human Rejection – “Decrepit to Insanity”
Infertile Surrogacy – “Postulate of Mass Genocide”
Malodorous – “Amarenthine Redolence”
Pus Vomit – “Degrade the Worthless”
Septycal Gorge – “Erase the Insignificant”
Viral Load – “Practitioners of Perversion”
Vomit Remnants – “Indefensible Vehemence”
Vomit the Soul – “Apostles of Inexpression”



KtmROCKS Nepal, after a long time, has just released its second volume of “Be Loud Be Proud” compilation.

1. STS – Bidroh (7:29)
2. Bidroha – Adhipatya Ho Danav Ko (5:47)
3. Earthling – Wilderness Throne (6:08)
4. Kalodin – Souls of the Dead (7:12)
5. Crucifixia – End of War (4:09)
6. Diwas Gurung – Haami Aayau (4:32)
7. Hadez – End of Days (8:19)
8. Symbol of Orion – Monopoly (3:36)
9. Dipes Karki – Gore (3:16)
10. Deadefy – Doom’s Day (3:28)
11. Saboteurs – Angel and Her Love (4:26)
12. Antim Grahan – Putrefaction Eternity (3:12)


Loads of interviews, reviews, band watch-outs and band pictures.

The E-mag

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