Death Metal Underground has obtained an Agoraphobic Nosebleed cover of Slayer‘s classic “Angel of Death“.
Lance Viggiano thankfully transcribed the lyrics from the leaked file of the band’s drug-fueled practice session:
Auschwitz, caused Jews pain
The reason Germans deserve to die
Demographic death, cultural decay
White guilt to cleanse you of your privilege
From Muslim swine
Human ambiguity for the Angel of Tolerance
Four-hundred thousand more to convert
Angel of Tolerance
Monarch to the Kingdom of Enlightenment
SJW, surgeons to excise
Sadists of fascist blood
Annoying, without mercy
To punish the Aryan race…
Agoraphobic Nosebleed then started screaming at each other over certain members taking double hits despite being twice the size of others. Half the band stormed out of the basement protesting such height and gender discrimination when passing the pipe. Agoraphobic Nosebleed’s set at Maryland Deathfest 2015 suffered from similar meltdowns.
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7 thoughts on “Agoraphobic Nosebleed Cover “Angel of Death””
Anyone remembers when gojira got trolled?
Yes! Time for us to do the same to Agrophobic Nosebleed.
You’ve now managed to get me curious as to what the band actually does. I found something on youtube and listened to that until the song started to feel as if it had been playing for a long time. That was after 1:32 of about 2:30 minutes. I didn’t feel like the last minute.
“Frozen Corpse Stuffed With Dope” is a decent album, but don’t listen to anything after that. They got extremely shitty when they got a girl vocalist and tried writing songs longer than a minute long.
I listened to Deathbed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8O_ogn_e7Y
It is bad.
The riffs are boring. The music in general is unexciting and uninteresting.
Timbre is also bad on the guitars and vocals.
That’s actually less awful than the cookieboxcore song I found. Instead of being outright annoying (I can experience a woman shouting madly at the top of her lungs whenever the couple next door has one of their regular fallouts), the vocals are merely vaguely threatening. The song starts with some low-pitched doom riffing circling aimlessly around itself for about five minutes, then, suddenly shifts upwards and starts to sound like something which wanted to become a Black Sabbath song but didn’t quite manage to, with some very faithfully reproduced 1970s style chord progressions. The greatest weakness is still that this is a generically programmed drum computer with backing band, IOW, everybody’s forced to dance to the tune of the master control program and that doesn’t do much. Coming to think
of this, ‘awful’ seems appropriate after all. But then, I generally don’t like doom.
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