Tag: Abated Mass of Flesh
October 6, 2017
The promotion company known as Christian Deathcore Promotions have released Christian Deathcore: Volume 5. The promotion company has released four other compilations as Christian Deathcore and a few of Christian Metalcore. Volume 5 features Toarn, Your Chance to Die, Broken Flesh, This Divided World, Abated Mass of Flesh and As Earth Fades.… Continued →
August 28, 2017
Check out this review of ISF's debut EP, "Feel. Kill. Conceal. Reveal."
August 25, 2017
Check out this review of Abated Mass of Flesh's third album, "Eternal Harvest"
April 14, 2017
The brutal deathcore band Abated Mass of Flesh has released two releases in a week’s time! On April 6, the band announced a twenty song compilation, known as Sands of Time, containing everything from the very beginning all the way to the current material. On April 12, the band announced the release of Lacerated, their sophomore 8 track album.… Continued →
April 4, 2017
The beloved thrash metal band, Tourniquet has been working on a new album for the last year or so, with only the lineup of founder Ted Kirkpatrick (drums) and longtime member Aaron Guerra (guitars). The band has been set to play Exodo Fest for awhile, it was just unknown about the lineup.… Continued →
March 21, 2017
The band, Abated Mass of Flesh has had several side projects, everything from raw atmospheric black metal bands like Cryptic Rising or awesome deathcore bands like Parallax Withering. Flayed Alive is probably the most like AMOF. The project is a new band from Zack Plunkett, the brainchild of AMOF. They have a new EP, for those interested in brutal death metal/grindcore bands like this one.… Continued →
February 19, 2017
How many live EPs do you have? Cause you’ll want this one. Undead Metal (for those who don’t know what that means, it’s my play on Christian death metal) band, Taking the Head of Goliath has released a great live recording of their first show; the first show of one band and one of the last for the band For Today.… Continued →
January 30, 2017
The Christian slamming brutal deathcore band (yes it’s a thing) Abated Mass of Flesh has released their second single for their album Lacerated. The band started in 2011 as a solo project of Zach Plunkett’s (Lead Guitar), until 2012, when he hired his brother Matt for Vocals and Logan Hayworth (Strengthen What Remains) on Bass.… Continued →
January 18, 2017
The metallic hardcore act, Strengthen What Remains has a new song streaming, as well as pre-orders for their Promo cassette for 2017. The band started in 2010 and released two studio albums and an EP. The band recently had a few members step down and had new members join. One of those is Logan Hayworth, former Bassist for Abated Mass of Flesh.… Continued →
January 5, 2017
The Christian slamming brutal deathcore band (what a genre name, let’s stick with UnDead Metal) band Abated Mass of Flesh has released the first single off of their upcoming sophomore album, Lacerated. The song is titled “Infectious Womb”. The band started in 2011 as a project of Guitarist Zach Plunkett, but became a full band the next year, when Plunkett hired on his brother Matt (Vocals) and friend, Logan Hayworth (Bass).… Continued →
January 2, 2017
Here's a little list of some of my favorite releases this year. Check them out!
December 6, 2016
Today, I’m doing something a little different. These bands are bands that people should know and that are on the rise. Check them out! And here you go! 5. Saints Can Lie Metalcore acts have become very common in the United States. But Saints Can Lie seem to be doing something sort of fresh.… Continued →
December 5, 2016
The slamming brutal death (UnDead) metal band, Abated Mass of Flesh has announced their sophomore album, Lacerated. The band formed in 2011 as a solo project of Zach Plunkett (Guitars). Zach later added his brother, Matthew Plunkett on Vocals, Logan Hayworth on Bass and Kade Dodson (ex-Tony Danza Tapdance Extravagaza) on Drums.… Continued →
August 5, 2013
Check out Abated Mass of Flesh's EP Brutal Death if you like low gutturals or death metal.