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Posted by on 18.05.2006 at 05:10
Necrophagist is one very sick technical DM band. They have released two albums, Onset Of Putrefaction and Epitaph. Their first one (or should I say his), Onset, was made soley by the guitarist/vocalist Muhammed Suicmez.
For those of you who have never seen or heard Muhammed, let me assure you that he is a GOD
Evidence: http://youtube.com/watch?v=KA67UNstFWM&search=necrophagist
Sick band, sick player. What do you think??



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Dangerboner
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Age: 27
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  04.07.2009 at 23:54
So, I heard a new Necrophagist song last night. It's definitely good, but nothing better than anything they've written before. I was afraid it would be too slow and technical, but it's actually quite fast and near the beginning (after a quick, standard death metal intro) and near the end, Muhammed starts a fast riff by itself for a few seconds without any instrument playing, and then the music starts blasting away. Sure, there's some random technical parts that kills the song's momentum, but nothing too drastic. Sami's solo is good as well.

The new drummer just isn't as good as Marco, who sadly wasn't able to record with Necrophagist. He's good and all, but Marco was the man. Romain's footwork is fine, but he just doesn't use enough fills.
Visioneerie
Urban Monster

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Age: 23
From: Canada

  05.07.2009 at 18:09
Ah finally Necrophagist got around to write some new material. They were way too busy being famous if you ask me. Muhammed should've locked himself down in his basement for 60 days, go insane and write some disturbing and sick Necrophagist music. Are the solos still in that neoclassical vein ?
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Kasper

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Age: 22
From: Denmark

  05.07.2009 at 19:14
Written by Dangerboner on 04.07.2009 at 23:54

So, I heard a new Necrophagist song last night. It's definitely good, but nothing better than anything they've written before. I was afraid it would be too slow and technical, but it's actually quite fast and near the beginning (after a quick, standard death metal intro) and near the end, Muhammed starts a fast riff by itself for a few seconds without any instrument playing, and then the music starts blasting away. Sure, there's some random technical parts that kills the song's momentum, but nothing too drastic. Sami's solo is good as well.

The new drummer just isn't as good as Marco, who sadly wasn't able to record with Necrophagist. He's good and all, but Marco was the man. Romain's footwork is fine, but he just doesn't use enough fills.


Just curious. Where did you hear the new song? I tried to search on google.. Didn't find anything. Please, oh dear, please show me
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Visioneerie
Urban Monster

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Age: 23
From: Canada

  05.07.2009 at 20:01
Written by Kasper on 05.07.2009 at 19:14

Written by Dangerboner on 04.07.2009 at 23:54

So, I heard a new Necrophagist song last night. It's definitely good, but nothing better than anything they've written before. I was afraid it would be too slow and technical, but it's actually quite fast and near the beginning (after a quick, standard death metal intro) and near the end, Muhammed starts a fast riff by itself for a few seconds without any instrument playing, and then the music starts blasting away. Sure, there's some random technical parts that kills the song's momentum, but nothing too drastic. Sami's solo is good as well.

The new drummer just isn't as good as Marco, who sadly wasn't able to record with Necrophagist. He's good and all, but Marco was the man. Romain's footwork is fine, but he just doesn't use enough fills.


Just curious. Where did you hear the new song? I tried to search on google.. Didn't find anything. Please, oh dear, please show me

He heard it on the Summer Slaughter tour.
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Kasper

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Age: 22
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  05.07.2009 at 20:06
Written by Visioneerie on 05.07.2009 at 20:01


He heard it on the Summer Slaughter tour.


Argh. Be damned. I just had my hopes high xD
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Necrogeddon
Born Too Late

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Age: 22
From: UK

  11.07.2009 at 03:38
I'm so excited about the new album, I hope it's more like Onset though, I dunno Epitaph is good and all but it didn't quite hit me like Onset...still any stuff from the guys will be groovy, they are one of the first tech death bands I ever loved, they hold a special place in my heart ^^
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Cradleoffilth88

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Age: 22
From: USA
  16.07.2009 at 04:04
I saw these guys July 10 on Summer Slaughter Tour. The only song from them I'd heard before was "Stabwound" so I came in with really high hopes. Necrophagist took these expectations and delivered a brutal, technical and magnificient performance. Some death metal bands are criticized for sounding unoriginal and uninspired live. Necrophagist was awesome live. I now am on a quest to buy every album from them. I can't wait for the new CD. ALL HAIL NECROPHAGIST!!! Their guitarist ( I'm sorry but I can't remember his name ) is a guitar virtuoso. Move over, Petrucci and Malmsteen.
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Problem?

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Age: 21
From: Canada

  16.07.2009 at 22:06
Written by Cradleoffilth88 on 16.07.2009 at 04:04

I saw these guys July 10 on Summer Slaughter Tour. The only song from them I'd heard before was "Stabwound" so I came in with really high hopes. Necrophagist took these expectations and delivered a brutal, technical and magnificient performance. Some death metal bands are criticized for sounding unoriginal and uninspired live. Necrophagist was awesome live. I now am on a quest to buy every album from them. I can't wait for the new CD. ALL HAIL NECROPHAGIST!!! Their guitarist ( I'm sorry but I can't remember his name ) is a guitar virtuoso. Move over, Petrucci and Malmsteen.


His names Muhammed Suiçmez and yes he is quite talented imo. I also saw them on the Summer Slaughter tour and I was quite impressed by how tight their performance was. I was definitely happy about them playing Diminished to be,Foul Body Autopsy and Only Ashes Remain.
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Windsovcreation

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Age: 23
From: USA

  21.08.2009 at 04:10
I love Necrophagist. Have seen them twice now and both times were great fucking experiences. Great band all around...

The song "Culinary Hyperversity" is beyond badass.

Really good material. Can't wait to hear their new stuff. They played one of the new songs of the album when I saw them and it sounded great.
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dEAthB3D

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Age: 25
From: Indonesia

  21.08.2009 at 14:04
Suicmez is indeed one of the most technically gifted young guitar player
every song from diminished to b, Foul Body Autopsy, Only ash Remain, Fermented Offal Discharge to Culinary Hyperversity just fuckin godlike...
my guitarist having serious trouble when he try to cover epitaph...

Can't wait for the next album
hope it'll be much better than the predecessors...
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Guib

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Age: 23
From: Canada

  18.09.2009 at 15:49
Yeah Necrophagist always sound great
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BenWasHere

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Age: 20
From: USA

  21.09.2009 at 02:20
For anyone who hasn't heard their new song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXijB2OsIyw
Jerk

Posts: 336
From: Canada

  21.09.2009 at 03:18
I love how the blast beat comes in during the intro. Their new album is gonna kill.... whenever it comes out of course.
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stephenssaiyan

Posts: 174

Age: 33
From: USA

  14.10.2009 at 07:56
I guess muslims can play metal
wormdrink414

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Age: 23
From: USA

  17.10.2009 at 11:34
Just bought Epitaph and I am very impressed. I could have seen them a few months ago but chose not to. I regret that decision and humbly retract all of the negative (or at least somewhat negative) things I have said about Necrophagist in the past.
Kimiwind
Speed Metal God

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Age: 26
From: Japan

  18.10.2009 at 13:44
I love necrophagist !! one of the greatest technical death metal bands around !! Muhammed Growls are from the best ever among the death metal singers !!and the most reason i love this band is all this noise about em and there original shit they still far away from commerciale bands !! and just cause of that i would stick in there ass whole my life !!
Respect Necrophagist And Muhammed !!
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Dangerboner
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Age: 27
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  19.10.2009 at 10:51
Written by Kimiwind on 18.10.2009 at 13:44

and just cause of that i would stick in there ass whole my life !!

Was that intentional or something that was lost in translation?
BestMetalstormer

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Age: 27
From: Vietnam

  19.10.2009 at 12:21
Written by Dangerboner on 19.10.2009 at 10:51

Written by Kimiwind on 18.10.2009 at 13:44

and just cause of that i would stick in there ass whole my life !!

Was that intentional or something that was lost in translation?

Ugh, he is such a infatuation crazy sick paranoia porn-technical death CUTE fan boy, ,
JD
Kafir

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Age: 25
From: Germany

  10.09.2010 at 18:14
Onset of Putrefacation, Epitaph My fav Technical Death albums, this is a legendary band no one can deny that
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Malphas

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Age: 23
From: Macedonia

  10.09.2010 at 21:32
Let's just hope they release their 3rd album this year....it was scheduled "December 2009" the whole last year and now "December 2010" only god knows if they plan on releasing it at all lol
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Ozman
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  11.09.2010 at 12:29
Written by Malphas on 10.09.2010 at 21:32

Let's just hope they release their 3rd album this year....it was scheduled "December 2009" the whole last year and now "December 2010" only god knows if they plan on releasing it at all lol


As far as I know they're not even recording yet. So, no chance whatsoever for a 2010 release.
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Daniell
GlenDronach!

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From: Poland

  11.09.2010 at 12:48
Epitaph is an excellent release I still listen to it quite often. I can't wait for the new album.
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Thrash'tillDeath

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  11.09.2010 at 17:22
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