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DEATHSEEKERS stream their demo; ready new songs; book shows

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Belgium’s DEATHSEEKERS are streaming their 2012 demo below. It’s available for free, to don’t hesitate to grab your copy! The band is readying their new 7” as we speek. Furthermore, they are booking their European tour! Scroll down to see the details!

Book them via [email protected].

Available dates:
16032013 – BEL, Beringen
17032013 – TBC
18032013 – TBC
19032013 – TBC
20032013 – TBC
21032013 – TBC (+ DEPRAVATION)
22032013 – TBC (+ DEPRAVATION)
23032013 – GER, Munich


Other than the fact that they’re from Belgium, I don’t really know much about Deathseekers other than the fact that they play some of the sickest dark hardcore I’ve heard to date. Drawing to mind an unholy soundscape that sounds like a mixture of Nails, Reign In Blood-era Slayer, and Young And In The Way, Deathseekers combine thrashy metallic pummeling and black metal blasting along with a bite of crust. The two song demo opens with “Martyr”, a track that strikes immediately for the jugular with a frantic metallic hardcore attack. Structured but ripe with twists and turns, “Martyr” at times draws to mind Dying Fetus and Cannibal Corpse-esque technicality but does not pursue it further. The track ultimately culminates in a soul crushing breakdown before lending way to “Blod”. The minute and forty ”Blod” most draws to mind the group’s inner Slayer with its melodically dissonant riffing as it blasts its way to oblivion, ending the demo as quick as it began. Still unconvinced? Stream and download for free Deathseekers debut 2012 demo below and decide for yourself.

Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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