Living up to their name nothing is sacred to Desecration
Formed in 1992, and releasing their first demo in 1993, Desecration caused controversy in 1995 when their debut album Gore and Perversion was infamously seized and incinerated by the local police due to the album’s offensive content, and banned upon release.
Not being scared of anything remotely human as shown in ‘Coffin Smasher’
Since then they have carried on with their ferocious death metal, reaching as many corners of the globe that they can get their bloody hands on.
From the album of the same name, comes ‘Cemetery Sickness’.
Their seventh album ‘Cemetery Sickness’ was released in 2014 and the band are actively touring to support it. Featuring members of the infamous Onslaught and the rightly named Extreme Noise Terror. Keep an eye out for them coming to a town near you (If there’s even one left).
Lets see what Ollie Jones has to say about Vocalzone!!
“My friend introduced me to Vocalzone a few years back, I didn’t think it would make a difference but hell it did and I wouldn’t do a gig without them now. I imagine they help any singers out there but with roaring, screaming and growling the death metal way this is a brilliant product.”