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NECROSTUPRUM
NECROSTUPRUM
Aeons Of Witching Madness
(Under Production)
15:33min

One would think that after decades of "necro" seemingly in every other band's repertoire, people would grow tired of it. Apparently there's no law of diminishing returns when "necro" is concerned. More than a word now, it describes a sound, and a distinctly evil facet of the Heavy Metal spirit. Featuring members of SLUGATHOR and THRONEUM, this joint project is about as "necro" as it gets. The bass is gristly, the riffs likewise, the vocals twisted with rage, and the drums deep. This demo is a pleasure to listen to, and what's more, NECROSTUPRUM are faithful to the tape format. A demo is not a true demo unless it's on tape, and "Aeons Of Witching Madness" is as true a demo as you can hope for in 2010. Monstrous.

Nathan Shapiro

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