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PROPHETIC SUFFERING – Canadian Bestial Death Metal Horde Issues Bludgeoning Debut Demo Tape – Track Premiered at Last Rites and Pre-Orders Posted

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We’re proud to announce our partnership with Canadian bestial death metal horde Prophetic Suffering, a mysterious act whose debut offering – the “Demonstration MMXXII” four track demo tape – will be unleashed by Sentient Ruin on Friday December 2 2022 for Bandcamp Friday.

The imminent release has been previewed by underground metal blog Last Rites, who in unveiling the track “The Suffering” have also remarked how Prophetic Suffering are “a formidable force to be reckoned with. Grown in secret, presumably at one of Canada’s alleged undisclosed black metal supersoldier labs beneath Edmonton, Alberta, and the band’s demonstration of warfare capabilities makes for a more than capable frontline fighter”. You can check out their feature and stream the track HERE.

The Canadian bestial death metal tormentors arise from the wretched and famed Edmonton, Alberta extreme metal scene with their debut offering, the “Demonstration MMXXII” demo tape, four tracks, twelve minutes, and twenty seven seconds of absolute war mongering terror. Spewn from same geographical wasteland that has nurtured such abominations as RevengeAntediluvian (of whom Tim Grieco mixed and mastered the work), Rites of Thy DegringoladeWeapon, etc., Prophetic Suffering seem to fall precisely in the tradition of their Canadian scene with their weaponized and feral glorification of negativity, yet what transpires from these four bludgeoning tracks is also a penchant for exalting the band’s masterful wielding of certain US death metal influences reminiscent of animalistic and brutal pioneers like DeicideImmolationDrawn and Quartered, Imprecation and other dark 90’s US death metal with violent and dark inclinations.

The “Demonstration MMXXII” debut four track demo tape will be officially released worldwide physically and digitally by Sentient Ruin on FridayDecember 2 2022 for Bandcamp Friday.

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