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The Carrion Creed

by Dead Syndicate

Brutal old school death metal with a modern technical feel.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Plague of all Plagues
5:52 $0.99
2. Kampstoff Lost (Agent H)
4:02 $0.99
3. Weeping on the Shores of Lucrine Lake
1:16 $0.99
4. Whore of Babylon
5:13 $0.99
5. Vampyre
5:28 $0.99
6. Kill Like A God
6:14 $0.99
7. I, Pilate
3:41 $0.99
8. Dead Syndicate
3:07 $0.99
9. The Carrion Creed
2:30 $0.99
10. Beast Nero
8:21 $0.99
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Album Notes
Dead Syndicate has been crushing the Northern Virginia metal scene, and has risen to become the area’s premiere death metal band. Based out of Manassas, Virginia, Dead Syndicate has shared the stage with such influential death metal and thrash acts as: Morbid Angel, Sepultura, Behemtoh, Napalm Death, Obituary, Kreator, and many many more. By first cutting their teeth on several local shows, and then clawing their way up the food chain with progressively larger shows supporting national acts, Dead Syndicate finally broke out on the National stage by landing one of the extremely coveted Emperor reunion shows. In July of 2006, Dead Syndicate travelled to New York City to open for one of only four U.S. Emperor concerts. That an unsigned out of town band could land such an exclusive gig became national news, and the internet buzz surrounding the show put the band on the map.

Following the highly successful trip to New York, Dead Syndicate inked a deal with Black Morning Star Records and began work on their debut album, “The Carrion Creed.” The Carrion Creed was recorded at Nightsky Studios in November 2006 with engineer Ron Vento, and the album was produced by drummer Michael Arcane. The Carrion Creed will be released on January 13th, 2007.

Dead Syndicate is:

Donny Doss – Vocals
John Styers – Guitars
Brain Magee – Guitars
Tommy Doss – Bass
Michael Arcane – Drums

Dead Syndicate’s sound has been described as the perfectly balanced fusion of old school death metal groove and brutality with a modern technical edge.




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Old school death metal maybe. Absolutely incredible death metal with insane drumming, unbelievable bass and guitar work bonded by powerful vocals. If you like your music heavy and brilliant BUY THIS NOW!!!!

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When a death metal album kicks off with noises that sound faintly like someone being quartered by horses, it's a good sign that you've found something heavier than heavy. As the opening drum and guitar barrage kicks in on the opening track, "Plague of All Plagues," there's no doubt that this is not only a band that loves to play hard and fast, but also a group of musicians that takes visible pride in the technical aspects that often get overlooked in this brand of metal. The recording and production are spectacular, and it makes the players come through that much darker and deeper. The dual guitars feed off each other maniacally, while the guttural vocals wail through a plethora of dissenting lyrics that match the feel and tone of the riffs perfectly. Getting this kind of death/black metal right is a challenge, but these guys are up for it. Fusing riffs with screeching solos and speed metal with crunchy grooves, they've found a formula that works: Grabbing the listeners by the nape of the neck and screaming in their collective faces.