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Subservience "Forest Of The Impaled" 11 August 2017

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Forest Of The Impaled
Black Bow Records
11 August 2017
RIYL: Entombed, Deicide, Bolt Thrower

On August 11th 2017, Black Bow Records will release Forest Of The Impaled by UK death metal band SUBSERVIENCE.

Drawing influence from the classic death metal bands of yesteryear as well as the recent breed of modern greats, brutal Sussex quartet Subservience are gathering a good reputation across the country and beyond with their corrosive blend of groove laden extreme metal. You will find no self-indulgent displays here; Subservience put on a stage show that certainly pulls no punches.

Their live show has earned them a reputation as one of the heaviest bands on the south coast, and has rewarded them with slots at Download Festival and Hammerfest, as well as support slots with underground heavyweights Blood Red Throne, Xerath, Bloodshot Dawn, Hour of Penance, Demonic Resurrection, Flayed Disciple and Eye of Solitude.

Brimming over with concentrated fury and a taste for chaos, they have released several increasingly brutal EPs that had been met with a great reception among their ever growing fan base. Their debut album has been mixed and mastered by Paul “Win” Winstanley and is set for release in 2017.

“Death Metal does not get any better than this - 5/5” -

“Utterly mesmerizing - -10/10” -

Dan Lofthouse
Lewis Cass
Martin Shouler
Scott Bishop

Upheaval – October 2014 (self-released) (EP)
Ripped In Half - February 2013 (self-released) (EP)
Dystopia - August 2012 (self-released) (EP)
Sa-Da-Ko vs. Subservience - March 2011 (Rock On Promotions) (Split EP)
Blueprint to Chaos - May 2010 (self-released) (demo)

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