Scotland’s Demonic Obedience may have never been the death / black metal freight train they are on their recently released third full length Fatalistic Uprisal of Abhorrent Creation. The band started in 2013 as The Deepest and played a more progressive style of death metal. But, within less than a year shifted their vision and have been a destructive force ever since. We recently roundtabled with mastermind and guitarist George Ntavelas with our set of Profile questions so head inside to get the scoop and support the band via the links contained. Continue reading
The notion Edinburgh, Scotland’s Demonic Obedience is hardly the band it once was is more than a talking point. In truth, that’s because this is now a bonafide group in the first place. Demonic Obedience debuted in 2013 as a one-man operation by George Ntavelas. After producing 2014’s Morbid Supremacy of Evil and 2016’s Nocturnal Hymns to the Fallen, Ntavelas returns with some backup, in the form of a vocalist and bassist. While the band is seemingly still very much his brainchild, there is a new dimension to what Ntavelas does that’s indubitably entrancing.
On Fatalistic Uprisal Of Abhorrent Creation, the new album by Demonic Obedience, the trio presents an arresting, elemental return to the music scene. With industrial flourishes obfuscating the death metal pastiche it has presented before, over these eight new songs, the fresh dimensions prove to be affecting, and addictive. Continue reading