In mid-2009, Mauro Diaz (guitars, vocals) had left a death metal group called "Killfloor" with aspirations to begin a project with faster and more technical music. Towards the end of the year, Diaz had reunited with Killfloor drummer Lakin Lofthouse and began to construct a new sound - something that could stand out positively in the Utah metal scene. With a strong nucleus established, Diaz and Lofthouse sought out for a second guitarist. With both founding members being closely tied to the music community in northern Utah, selecting Jake "Chud" Crook as a lead and rhythm guitarist became a logical choice (based off of his guitar work in previous bands "Misanthropic Dimentia" and "Xavier." )
After approximately two years of playing local shows, trying out various bass players and establishing a fan base along the Wasatch front, Deicidal Carnage recruited Dan Alexander from a local thrash/death group "Gravetown" to play bass. By 2012, Deicidal Carnage had solidified itself as one of the torch bearers of death metal in the Mormon dominated state. Deicidal Carnage has crafted itself into a band with commanding presence, dark rhythms, crushing blast beats and captivating solos. Having opened for groups such as Deicide, Lecherous Nocturn, Jungle Rot, as well as others and gaining the attention of professional-grade venues, Deicidal Carnage is now poised to leap into touring with established bands, write albums, and to conduct business with labels from around the world.