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Sounds Like: Down, Black Tusk, Corrosion Of Conformity, Superjoint Ritual, Every Time I Die
Manager: Brad Paul
Bio: Riff driven Southern metal with absolute relentlessness. Emerging seemingly out of nowhere from Atlanta, Degradations exist to spawn their own style of riff heavy intensity. From sounds of slow doom that seem to ooze from the swamp to fast intensity of shattering glass and concrete with the full ...See Full Bio
: JUNE 5th at The Tin Roof Cantina! Koskee, Bless The Dead, and Degradations! Be there! http://t.co/5j7hJXSqUQ
"Featuring Withered vocalist/guitarist Dylan Kilgore (only vocals here), Atlanta quintet Degradations are probably the most blatantly extreme band on the comp, riding high on the waves of their LP length, S/T debut which their contribution “I Hate This Place” originates from. The twin guitars of Brad Paul and Micah Vaughn are punk-tempo, black metal tuned, and thrash-y in their universe destroying, gravitational pull; though they aren’t afraid to slow their infernal d-beat to a suicidal doom drudge whenever drummer Terry Walker lets up on the Discharge speed/manic snare fills and switches ventures for a painkiller addled breakdown. There’s a whole lot of steroid pumped vitriol on this one, not to mention schizo vocal screams and general aggravated assaults…these guys were the surprise on this collection for me, and I hope to grab a copy of the S/T whenever I get some money to do so". - referring to the song, "I Hate This Place", off of Degradations', self-titled album.