Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Philadelphia Aggression.

Thanks to Dave from Deathbeds for sending this fine piece of aggression! Deathbeds from Philadelphia, U.S.A. is a Metal band with Sludge and Hardcore influences. No Funeral is their latest 7" release. At their MySpace is written that they sound like the Earache era '88-'94, and that was a good period on that record label. (Think of Entombed, Napalm Death and so on.) Deathbeds sounds raw and aggressive. And that's what I need right now after arguing with a co-worker at my job today! After hearing these three tracks, I want to hear more! Very great stuff! Enjoy and if you like it, buy it here!

Deathbeds are a five-piece band from Philadelphia, PA. One part Entombed, one part Integrity, they combine sludge-fueled metal and riff-oriented hardcore in a way that’s appalling, yet reassuring. Taking cues from doom and sludge but lacing it with the sensibility of the most visceral hardcore they know that to be the man you’ve gotta beat the man.

Formed in 2007, the 'Deathbeds' EP was released digitally in 2008, and laid the groundwork for 'No Funeral.' 'No Funeral' was recorded in the summer of 2009 at Red Planet Studios and was co-engineered by Joe Smiley and Chris Grigg (Woe). 'No Funeral’ is out now as a 7inch, courtesy of Young Lungs Ltd and is limited to 300 copies on green vinyl. Both the 'Deathbeds' and 'No Funeral' EPs are available digitally on a "pay what you want" basis through Communitas Media.

(From MySpace)

Deathbeds - No Funeral 7" (2009)

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