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Track Premiere: Corpsehammer – “Sexo & Muerte”

Here’s something I don’t think metal gets enough credit for – while other parts of the western world seem to be losing their fucking minds, we’re keeping the flame of multiculturalism burning.

Case in point: Corpsehammer. The ripping war metal trio is based in Dalarna, Sweden and features Omnizide’s Gadder on drums. Thanks to their Chilean-born vocalist Midnight Horror, however, their song titles and lyrics all seem to be in Spanish. And Nekromonger’s shit-hot riffs, as their promo materials state, “glorify and pay tribute to the old and evil days of the metal scene such as South American and Australian madness and old, filthy and bleak death and black metal in general.” 

See what I mean? Metal – bringing people together since the first Black Sabbath album dropped 1970.

Corpsehammer is gearing up to release their third EP in the last thirteen months. Perversion completes the trilogy they started last March with Sacrilegio and continued in September on Posesión. This time around, the lyrics deal with “the devil, perversion, darkness and death,” but musically it retains that furious, old-school black/death metal stye that made the first two installments of their trilogy such maniacally enjoyable rides. 

Nowhere is this more evident than on the EP’s first single “Sexo & Muerte,” which we’re premiering here today at the Vault. Translating as “Sex & Death,” the song is barely two-and-a-half minutes of breakneck riffing and fervently shouted vocals that acts as the perfect appetizer for the rest of the EP. Check it out below, and then head over to Morbid Skull Records and preorder the cassette ahead of its April 13 release. It’s limited to 99 blood-inked(!), hand numbered copes on black/silver/gold, or you can snag the bundle with all three for an obscenely low price. Don’t sleep on this one, Vault Hunters!

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Zoheb
Zoheb March 19, 2018 at 1:38 pm

YEAAAAH!!!

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