There was a time, back in 2013, when I’ve got in touch with this great guy for the very first time to do an interview. And apart from short appearance on one of his FB account, this interview was never published. Until now.
Excoriation hails from Russia. A three-piece band from the Moscow area offering up splattery and slammy death metal. Their self-titled debut album on New Standard Elite remains one of my favorite death metal albums to blast in the car. Heavy, unrelenting, absolutely bulldozing music which puts me in a nice meditative state! Perfect driving music! Keeps me sane in a world of terrible drivers. I mean seriously, would you rather sit in traffic listening to some blabbering on the radio or put yourself in a mental trance of heart-pounding blastbeats? I choose the blast.
Now, you might not encountered the name of this gentleman yet, but there are at least two reasons why: Yakisoba and Red Pulp Cords.
We haven’t spoken about Yakisoba in the Rubber Axe webzine (yet), and that will change soon, however yours truly did review Red Pulp Cords’ release “Collection of spores, molds and fungus” (released by Sialorrhoea Productions) not too long ago and it usually leads to me annoying the artist for sharing some thoughts. Therefore, without too much ado, let’s introduce our fellow gore maniac, Michele!