Metal Bite premieres decimating new REVOLTING track!

The Swedish old school death metal scene definitely finds a powerhouse like few others in Rogga Johansson’s immense contribution continually to the local death metal landscape. This is made more than evident with his latest relentless offering.  In  ‘The Shadow At The World’s End’ by Revolting, the band delivers another set of punch-in-the-face tracks that are definitely up for any death metal fan’s consideration.  Metal Bite did the premiere for their Daggers That Mimic Life’s Pain track,  which you can read more about and check out AT THIS LINK. An excerpt:

Thick overcast skies of melodies burst and rain down on you in bliss when Rogga’s guitaring takes the lead, then you’re submerged by the throbbing pulse of Martin’s drumming and Tobias’ baselines, yet the flavorful old school Swedish death metal seasoning can be tasted thoroughly as a result of the meticulous production.


– “explosive” – Metal Injection (US)

– “I promise you it will be the best you will hear in terms of traditional Death Metal this fall” – Totgehoert (Germany) 10/10

– “from start to finish it is a lethal carnage” – Metal Addiction (Chile) 9.6/10

– “Any fan of death metal needs this album in their collection now” – Metal Temple (Greece) 9/10

– “some of the best Swedish Death Metal to be unleashed” – Nattskog (UK) 9/10

– “Swedish death metal that will get your blood and your head pumping” – No Clean Singing (US)

“This is Swededeath the way it was meant to be played” – Two Guys Metal Reviews (US)

– “is straight down to the business of dirty Death Metal” – Metal Talk (US)

– “groove and memorability that’s hard to dislike” – Grizzly Butts (US)

– “a direct, unrelenting assault” – Sentinel Daily (Australia)

– “is a nice album to come by” – Abbadon Magazine

– “has just about everything you could ask for from this sort of release” – Headbanger Reviews (US)

– “Entertaining” – Deaf Sparrow (US) 4.1/5

– ” a solid disc” – Metal Crypt (Canada) 4/5

– “knows how to captivate” – Hell Is Open (Germany) 8.5/10

– “one of the most addictive Swedish-related metal albums heard this year” – GBHBL (UK) 8/10

– “dignified SweDeath entertainment” – Musik Reviews (Germany) 11/15

– “high-energy death metal dipped in feverish melodies” – Dead Rhetoric (US) 7.5/10

– “consistent and substantial” – Storm Bringer (Austria) 3.5/5

– “a strange mood that intertwines like a venomous snake” – Deadly Storm Zine

Revolting (Sweden) – The Shadow At The World’s End (November 27th, 2020)

Genre – Old School Death Metal 
Release Date – November 27th, 2020
Record Label – Transcending Obscurity Records

For fans of -Paganizer, Rogga Johansson, Entombed, Dismember, Edge of Sanity, Hypocrisy, Grave, Unleashed, early Tiamat

Revolting happens to be one of Rogga Johansson’s most prominent and long-running bands along with Paganizer. The band is also one of the most active ones. Fans will know that they’ve honed their craft over the years and they do things in a better way with each one. For the seventh full length, Rogga Johansson has done his best blending classic Swedish melodies with the brute force that his bands are associated with. Imagine a mix of Paganizer and Rogga Johansson and you’ve got something that has the best qualities of both the Swedish-sounding bands, which are presently at the peak of their respective careers. There’s of course the added groove and memorability that’s hard to dislike. All in all, if you’re a fan of well-rounded Swedish death metal that has everything in spades, Revolting is for you. 

Band lineup –
Rogga Johansson (PaganizerDown Among The Dead MenEye of Purgatory) – Vocals, Guitars
Tobias – Bass
Martin – Drums

Artwork by Juanjo Castellano (GoregangThe Black Dahlia Murder)
Layout by Turkka G. Rantanen (PaganizerHenry Kane)

Track listing –

1. Defleshed 
2. 1888 
3. The Shadow At The World’s End 
4. Sorrow As Companion 
5. Daggers That Mimic Life’s Pain
6. Dragged Back To The Cellar 
7. To The Bitter Bleeding End 
8. Carnage Will Come 
9. Revolted By Life Itself

Revolting Bandcamp

Transcending Obscurity Site

Transcending Obscurity Official YouTube Channel

Transcending Obscurity Records Facebook

Revolting Facebook

Transcending Obscurity Records US Store (Indiemerch)

Transcending Obscurity Records Europe Store (Germany)

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