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Riffs, beatings and anger.

Riffs, beatings and anger.

Rats will feast.

Members

Who we are. What we play. How we look.
Alexander
Alexander
Guitar/Vocals
Yannick
Yannick
Bass/Backing vocals
Nicolai
Nicolai
Drums

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Remember this? Yeah, neither do we.

But that doesn't mean you should be missing out! Here is our official video for the song "Intet Tabt, Intet Hændt".

Just look at that commitment.

(Facebook didn't let us translate this post, so if you don't speak English, you probably should have stayed in school...)
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Our debut EP "Ratcatchers" is celebrating its two-year birthday today. Oh lord, it feels both like forever ago and as it was yesterday.

We'll make sure the lemon cake is extra bitter today.

Get -50% on the EP in here. And the dust it has collected is free of charge.
www.dirtforge.bandcamp.com/merch

(and hey, 3.000 likes! You're too kind.)
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In under two weeks you'll get both sushi, kimonos, samurais and other Japanese stereotypes, when we'll stuff our tentacles up KB18 kødboderne's backside, with none other than Church of Misery Official (that band with all the mass murderers, y'know).

And it is only 100 kr in pre-sales. Konichiwa, baby.

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Church of Misery //jp + Dirt Forge //dk
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Church of Misery //jp + Dirt Forge //dk

October 9, 2017, 8:00pm - October 10, 2017, 12:00am

CHURCH OF MISERY (Japan ) + DIRT FORGE (DK) MANDA 9. OKTOBER 2017 DØRE ÅBNER 20.00 PRESALE : 100 KR : billetto.dk/en/e/church-of-misery-japan-dirt-forge-dk-tickets-206794 DØR 120 KR ______________________________________________ ________________________________________________ CHURCH OF MISERY (Japan) www.facebook.com/churchofmiserydoom/ www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYHb42yTIqo&feature=youtu.be After Touring-Break for 3 years, Japan all time heaviest band CHURCH OF MISERY from Tokyo is finally ready to hit the road in europe for 2,5 weeks In October to celebrate their serial killer-riff-thunderstorm…!!! For the last two decades, Church Of Misery have sawed off only the finest in uncompromising doom. The revered Japanese masters are lifelong practitioners of the genre, honoring and extrapolating upon the Sabbathian legacy from which all detuned life springs forth. Church Of Misery’s sixth and latest album, And Then There Were None, is another blood-soaked trip through homicidal hell, with songs inspired by killers both infamous and obscure. But while the murderous inspiration for the tunes remains the same, the cast of characters is almost completely new. In 2014, Church Of Misery bassist and mastermind Tatsu Mikami was forced to assemble a new lineup for the band’s follow-up to 2013’s Thy Kingdom Scum. His chosen few reside on American soil: Blood Farmers guitarist Dave “Depraved” Szulkin, Earthride drummer Eric Little (ex-Internal Void) and Repulsion frontman (and former Cathedral bassist) Scott Carlson on vocals. “All the musicians involved in this album are undoubtedly the best in this scene,” Tatsu enthuses. “So you will enjoy listening to all play tastefully.” And Then There Were Nonemarks Tatsu’s first Church Of Misery endeavor with foreign musicians. He, Szulkin and Little met in Maryland to rehearse the bassist’s riff-ready material. “It was a challenge because there was not much time to make this record—only two weeks,” he explains. “One week for rehearsals and then one week to record all materials. Before I arrived in Maryland, I was a little bit nervous. But after the first rehearsal, I knew it was gonna be a good album.” Opener “The Hell Benders” takes its title from Django director Sergio Corbucci’s 1966 spaghetti western, which was itself inspired by the notorious Bender family murders that blackened frontier Kansas in the 1870s. “Make Them Die Slowly” takes its lyrical cues from the 1940s killing spree of John George Haigh, a.k.a. “The Acid Bath Killer,” who disposed of wealthy Londoners in a vat of sulfuric acid. Another British serial killer takes a nefarious turn in “Doctor Death,” which exhumes the more recent—but no less lethal—exploits of disgraced physician Harold Shipman. “Both Haigh and Shipman were suggested by Tatsu,” Carlson explains. “Shipman is sort of a British Jack Kevorkian, except that he left out the one small detail of victim’s consent!” Carlson wrote all the lyrics for And Then There Were None, which also marks the first time he’s done vocals for a full-length album since Repulsion’s genre-inventing classic,Horrified. “I was afraid to listen to it for a while because I haven’t recorded a full album of vocals in almost 30 years,” he says. “Once Tatsu had mixed everything I listened back and was able to enjoy it. The riffs are so strong on this record that even my 50 year-old vocal chords couldn’t bring it down! I’m very pleased to be a part of this and I can’t wait for Church of Misery fans to hear it!” _________________________________________________ Support : DIRT FORGE (DK) www.facebook.com/dirtforgeband/ Dirt Forge fandt sammen som band i efteråret 2013, og siden da har der ikke været tid til at se tilbage. Med shows som support for Crowbar, Monolord og Rising, pladser på festivalerne Northern Discomfort og Dark Mental Festival samt en danmarksturné med Bersærk, Grusom og Slowjoint i 2016 er vi nu klar til at tage skridtet videre - så kom ned på Studenterhuset og fejr DIY-udgivelsen af vores debutplade "Soothsayer"! Efter indspilninger med producer Chris Fielding (Electric Wizard, Conan, Primodrial, Napalm Death m.fl.) i Liverpool tilbage i november sidste år, udkom album og release blev holdt i Maj 2017 www.facebook.com/dirtforgeband/

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Guess what. "What?" - New shows are being announced soon! We only need to sort out a few details on a couple of them, so you need to chill the f out.

Until then we can look back to July, when we played at Nakkefestival. What a beautiful and innocent time.

Photos by Kamil Brego Dzieliński.
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Spotify STILL knows it!

"Doom metal top tracks" and without a doubt in distinguished company.

Aww, you guys <3
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