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“North Chuck's reigning kings of face-melting sleeze-o-metal Coffin Syrup are wrapping up the recording sessions for their latest LP, The Unique Magic of Rigor Mortis, and growler-guitarist Big Gore dropped us a line to fill us in on the deadly dets. Most notably perhaps, the band has landed Badic Art's Dedy, one of the death-metal world's go to illustrators, to design the cover. And what he came up with is a work of gruesome beauty, that is if big-boobed, living dead nurses are your thing. "The songs are generally dark and filthy with perverse humor," Big Gore says, adding the tunes deal with "black-metal bukkake, Earth's human viral infection, ninja assassination tactics, culinary cannibalism, those special stains left by a freshly slammed clam, and an ode to the controversial shocker A Serbian Film." "We hope the people that enjoy our style of brutal metal have as much fun listening to it as we have had creating it."”
"North Chuck's reigning kings of face-melting sleeze-o-metal"
"Today I am reviewing Coffin Syrup's 3 track EP "HOG". The EP is a brutal mix of Grind, Slam and Technical Death Metal. The EP opens with Nut Rag, an in your face brutal track. At just under 7min long, when it is finished you may need to wipe your face, just don't use your Nut Rag. The second track, Unique Magic of Rigor Mortis is one of the best blends of Grind and Tech Death that I have heard to date. The songs structure is well executed and the drums and guitars blend together in the blissful nature that is Death Metal. The third track, Playing the Hate Card left me wanting more. The vocals on this song are as polished as any Death Metal band in the business. These guys are beginning to make a big name for themselves and I would not be surprised to see them signed to one of the major labels soon. Their much anticipated full length album "Unique Magic of Rigor Mortis" is expected to be released within the first quarter of 2013. This EP is a solid"
“Sixth to the stage was the local veteran Death-Grind Metal act Coffin Syrup. This is the second time we have seen these guys and they are brutal.”