NECROMANIAC To Reissue Demo, ‘Morbid Metal’!

U.K. blackened death-thrash metal misfits NECROMANIAC will be reissuing their classic demo, Morbid Metal, on November 26th via Invictus Productions. The band are also heavily working on their debut album for the label. Get more details on the release right here after the jump.

From The Press Release

Today, Invictus Productions announces November 26th as the international release date for a reissue of the debut demo of the UK’s NecromaniacMorbid Metal, on cassette tape format.

Formed in 2011, London’s Necromaniac at last emerged from the slime of time eternal in 2015 with the five-song Morbid Metal demo. With members possessing a wealth of underground experience spanning the last couple decades – not to mention that those members hail from such countries as Spain, Greece, Poland, and most recently Sweden, altogether adding a more exotic flavor elusive to most UK bands – it’s not surprising that the band’s first recording was such a firestorm of ancient energy. Very much “old” but very much far from trite “retro” posturing, Morbid Metal was – and still is – everything its title promises, whipping forth a fury faintly/variously reminiscent of classic Nifelheim, Germany’s Poison, Hungary’s Tormentor, Root, and Invictus alumni Vomitor. Hideous, haunting, and most definitely fucking METAL!

As such, Necromaniac will be delivering their debut album through Invictus in the coming year, and this new edition of Morbid Metal serves as a (re)introduction to their sinister ways. YOU’VE BEEN WARNED!

In the meantime, stream Morbid Metal in its entirety HERE at Invictus‘ Bandcamp, where the new cassette version can be preordered.

Cover and tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for Necromaniac (UK)’s Morbid Metal
1. Into the Darkest of Realms
2. Cosmic Onslaught
3. Armies of Concrete Rot
4. Underneath the Crucifix
5. Cursed by the Revenant

[photo: Joanna Kat Photgraphy]


About Michael Juvinall (5959 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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