TEETHGRINDER reveal new track ‘Sicarius’

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TEETHGRINDER reveal new track ‘Sicarius’
November 18th marks the day the world is coming down with the release of TEETHGRINDER’s new album “Nihilism”! To start the countdown to the end of days here is ‘Sicarius’ (now available on iTunes) off the forthcoming album.

See the teaser for ‘Sicarius’ here.

It is logical: TEETHGRINDER’s debut album “Misanthropy” is followed by band’s second full length “Nihilism”. The titles express the attitude and musical direction. In between grindcore, death metal, powerviolence, sludge, crust, and black metal, listeners will be confronted with an extreme violent and crude crossover sound. As “Nihilism” already tells, the songs are destructive, dark tuned and pretty angry. TEETHGRINDER offer the soundtrack for the apocalypse – with intention!
Hailing from the Northern Netherlands, TEETHGRINDER came to be in early 2013. Former members of DrDoom and Greyline were looking to create loud, aggressive and rigorous music. And this is, what the Dutch quartet became known for since than. Nauseated by all the horror and pain in this world, TEETHGRINDER create songs, which are the outspoken reflection of their anger and animosity.    
Following their LIFEFORCE RECORDS debut “Misanthropy”, TEETHGRINDER emphasize the substantial contrasts of their extreme style of play strongly. “Nihilism” is an even more merciless album. This is pure hatred. The Dutch musicians operate with unfiltered frustration and shocking disillusion. In this understanding “Nihilism” is a reflection of its time.


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21.10.16 London (UK), The Unicorn w/ Piss Vortex

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26.11.16 Hoorn (NL), Maninfesto w/ Inhume

21.01.17 Lissabon (PT), XXXAPADA

Nihilism cover
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When my old buddy Kenn Jensen asked me if I wanted to contribute to the new site he had created, then called powermetal.dk, I didn't hesitate. My love for metal music was and is great. I wrote my first review during the summer of 2004 (Moonspell's 'Antidote' album). In 2015, I took over the editor-in-chief role.

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