Gore and Space. The last time these two words were haphazardly tossed into an artistic meat-grinder, out popped Ridley Scott's masterpiece of sci-fi horror, Alien. This now-classic flick set a new standard for cinema; a standard that has yet to be surpassed (apart from 1982's The Thing, of course).
If there were a musical equivalent to Alien (not including the iconic, avant-garde score to the film, composed by Jerry Goldsmith) this honor would definitely be bestowed upon the US of A's Necroexophila. Formed back in 2014, the band hit with a crusher of a debut, Frantic Visions Of A Xenogod, an album that immediately cemented their place within the space-themed sector of slam.
In just over four years, the guys have traveled the furthest any slam band has ever ventured into the cold, black recesses of space. In that time, they've created perhaps the most brutal ode to the megacosmos that has ever – or ever will – exist – sealed and delivered in the form of new album Intergalactic Armageddon. This thing sucks more light – and excretes more ferocity – than a supermassive black hole.
The Xenomorph Queen demands brutality, and brutality she shall receive. Long live the Queen. Long live Necroexophilia. To celebrate her matriarchy, we present to you an exclusive full-album stream of Intergalactic Armageddon, in conjunction with our friends over at Slam Worldwide.
Head to the newly revamped CDN Records website to get your copy today!