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Dead Existence

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Dead existence are based in North London and were formed in 2004.

Dead Existence play music that is slow, heavy, and aggressive. The lyrical themes centre around misery, despair and misanthrophic woe.

They have been seen sharing the stage with the likes of: Brutal Truth, Yob, Pagan Altar, Ramesses, Dark Castle, Kongh, Necro Deathmort, Ravens Creed, Saviours, Centurions Ghost, Cannabis Corpse, Tombs, The Secret, Conan, Black Breath, Victims and many more. Read more on Last.fm

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Corrosion of Conformity, Black Moth, and a load of bands we don’t care about as much added to Hammerfest 2014 line-up

August 13th, 2013

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Corrosion of Conformity, Black MothDarkane, GOLDSBORO, Sound Storm, CollisionsCypher16Huron, Maplerun and Dead Existence have been added to the Hammerfest 2014 line-up today. No, we don’t care about most of those bands either, but we care very much about Corrosion of Conformity and Black Moth, which makes this announcement a winner in our eyes.

They join the already announced Kreator, Overkill, Soilwork, Grand Magus, Unleashed, Earthtone9, Breed 77, Enthroned, Paragon, Annihilated, and Gravil on Hammerfest’s 2014 line-up. Tickets are on sale now from the official Hammerfest website, with the price varying on how many people you want in your room.

HEAVIEST. WEEKEND. EVER.

April 9th, 2010

It’s not often we say this – fuck, it’s probably the only time we’ve ever said it – but this weekend London is just Too Damn Metal. Not only are EyeHateGod playing at ULU tomorrow (Oh. Hells. Yes!), but the number of metal events going on this weekend that we actually want to go to (as opposed, y’know, to shitty clubnights full of children listening to shitty punk music) actually exceeds our ability to attend.

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