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Necroquarium is Death metal with an experimental vibe trying to incorporate bouncing grooves with hard-hitting brutality.

Drawing inspiration from Gojira, Lord Gore, Fondlecorpse, Cannibal Corpse and Devin Townsend musically and Lovecraft, Carpenter and an assortment of aquatic-monster films materially.

Necroquarium is all produced at and recovered from the deepest floors and subterranean caverns of the oceans. In these darkened, watery lairs ancient cults of amphibious humanoids practise the blackest of sea-craft. Here, they filter various audio devices through pre-iniquity machinery and the tube-deposits of vast mud-worms, perfecting their horrible reverbrances.

We bring you these signals to the detriment of your rational processing.


Here's Necroquarium's Soundcloud:

http://soundcloud.com/necroquarium

Here's Necroquarium's track from the Winter 2012 Music 2 Face compilation.

http://soundcloud.com/necroquarium/the-water-in-fire


Thank you for the listen and attention. New tracks should be forthcoming within weeks.
Metal Head

One Day, We'll All Go Into The Water.
Go, Into The Water, Live There, Die There.

Gear
Squier Stratocaster
Jackson Pro Series Kelly
Jackson Dinky Sustaniac
Roland Cube 60
Peavey Triple XXX Stack
#2
Holy shit. That logo is the sickest thing I could have imagined for that band name.

"We bring you these signals to the detriment of your rational processing." I love that line. ****ing excellent.

I can't listen to you right now, but I am going to check you guys out for sure later today. That logo is so Lord Gore, I love it.
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Holy shit, you guys are ****ing awesome. I'm considering traveling from California to Australia to catch you guys play. Just take all my ****ing money, please.

EDIT: Just realized you're one dude making this. Mind: blown.
Last edited by QAZAR at Sep 29, 2012,
#6
Thanks very much for the kind words, guys.

Logo artwork has always been one of my favourite components of death metal.

If I ever perform in California, you have my word that you are owed free entry and a drink.

This has been a learning experience both compositionally and mechanically, I've gone from a long history of writing in Guitar Pro to needing to understand frequency spectrums and compression. Bit of a swing from an incredibly simple creation process to a spectacularly endless calibration and refinement process.

Each mix is like a chemical; distilled, heard and then purified of unwanted herz.
Metal Head

One Day, We'll All Go Into The Water.
Go, Into The Water, Live There, Die There.

Gear
Squier Stratocaster
Jackson Pro Series Kelly
Jackson Dinky Sustaniac
Roland Cube 60
Peavey Triple XXX Stack