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Nunslaughter was formed in 1987 by Don of the Dead (bass) with Jer the Butcher (guitar), Gregoroth (vocals) and Behemoth Bill (drums), the spawn called NunSlaughter began spewing forth the sonic vomit known as Death Metal. Taking from the learning experience of their earlier bands DEATH SENTENCE and BIRD OF PREY they shunned the vile confines of a studio for the oppressive darkness of a basement tomb to release their first demo in 1987 christened "Ritual of Darkness". The raw sound of "Ritual" established N.S. as purveyors of true Death Metal.

The band's line-up experienced its first of many mutations in 1989, with Jer and Bill being replaced by Rick Rancid (guitar) and John Sicko (drums). Nunslaughter's second bastard offspring came screaming through the birth canal shortly thereafter, dragging its fetid placenta, "The Rotting Christ". The next band-member morphogenesis occurred in 1991 when Gregoroth and Sicko slithered away. Von the
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NUNSLAUGHTER Impale the Soul... album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Impale the Soul...
Death Metal 1991
NUNSLAUGHTER Hells Unholy Fire album cover 5.00 | 1 ratings
Hells Unholy Fire
Thrash Metal 2000
NUNSLAUGHTER Goat album cover 2.00 | 1 ratings
Thrash Metal 2003
NUNSLAUGHTER Hex album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Thrash Metal 2007
NUNSLAUGHTER Angelic Dread album cover 4.00 | 2 ratings
Angelic Dread
Death Metal 2014


NUNSLAUGHTER Cerebus album cover 3.50 | 1 ratings
Thrash Metal 2003
NUNSLAUGHTER Christmassacre album cover 3.50 | 1 ratings
Thrash Metal 2004
NUNSLAUGHTER Nunslaughter / Sloth album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Nunslaughter / Sloth
Death Metal 2007
NUNSLAUGHTER To Hell With... Cleveland album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
To Hell With... Cleveland
Thrash Metal 2007
NUNSLAUGHTER Nunslaughter / Rabid album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Nunslaughter / Rabid
Death Metal 2008
NUNSLAUGHTER Evil Hellbangers 2 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Evil Hellbangers 2
Death Metal 2010
NUNSLAUGHTER Fucking Satan album cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
Fucking Satan
Thrash Metal 2012
NUNSLAUGHTER Spooky album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Death Metal 2014
NUNSLAUGHTER Burn The Cross album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Burn The Cross
Thrash Metal 2014
NUNSLAUGHTER Nunslaughter / Perversor album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Nunslaughter / Perversor
Thrash Metal 2014
NUNSLAUGHTER Nunslaughter / Witchtrap album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Nunslaughter / Witchtrap
Thrash Metal 2014
NUNSLAUGHTER Nunslaugher / The Lurking Corpses album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Nunslaugher / The Lurking Corpses
Death Metal 2015
NUNSLAUGHTER The Supreme Beast album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Supreme Beast
Death Metal 2016

NUNSLAUGHTER live albums

NUNSLAUGHTER Radio Damnation album cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
Radio Damnation
Thrash Metal 2001
NUNSLAUGHTER One Night in Hell album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
One Night in Hell
Thrash Metal 2001
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Smell the Rot
Thrash Metal 2018

NUNSLAUGHTER demos, promos, fans club and other releases (no bootlegs)

NUNSLAUGHTER Ritual of Darkness album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Ritual of Darkness
Death Metal 1987
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The Rotting Christ
Grindcore 1989
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The Guts of Christ
Thrash Metal 1993
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Face of Evil
Death Metal 1995
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Evil Speaks
Death Metal 1998

NUNSLAUGHTER re-issues & compilations

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Waiting to Kill Christ
Thrash Metal 2002
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Death Metal 2009

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Album · 2014 · Death Metal
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Emperor of hell...

Genre: thrash metal

After literally a shitload of minor releases in the form of splits, EPs, and live albums, the Christianity-hating chaos-wielders in Nunslaughter are finally ready with another full-length album in the form of "Angelic Dread". In fact, this is a double album with the first disc featuring 15 original tracks and the second disc featuring rerecordings of songs prevoously only released on 7'' vinyl.

On this album, the band offers up a relatively simple brand of death-thrash, evolving around straightforward thrashy riffs and songs which are generally kept rather short. And this is the secret of success here. Keep it simple and aggressive, and make your songs short enough to contain the energy without the air slowly leaving the balloon. There is even a crossover element on this album, as there are several passages that sound a bit crusty or hardcore-like. While Nunslaughter reveled in blastbeats in their early days, there are not that many grind-parts of this album, but the few blastbeat sections to be heard in this album do work very well. Nunslaughter albums are typically good evil fun, and this also applies to this one. I mean, just check out the puke effects on the epically titled 'Sickened by the Sight of Christ'.

The production is crisp and potent and for a Hell's Headbangers release surprisingly non lo-fi, and this does not do Nunslaughter's aggressive music any disfavors; on the contrary, it brings the energy and power to the forefront. For my money, that's exactly how thrash metal should sound production-wise.

Fans of thrash metal who are in the mood for a bit of anti-Christian evil fun should definitely check out this massive thrashfest.

NUNSLAUGHTER Christmassacre

EP · 2004 · Thrash Metal
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Genre: death thrash

Originally released December 25 in 2004, "Christmassacre" was reissued as Hell's Headbangers' present to all who hate Christmas on December 25 in 2012. And what better way to celebrate a Christian holiday than reissuing an EP by one of the most Christian-hating bands in the world?

Thus, the listener is treated to four aptly titled death-thrash tunes (I can't decide whether 'Deathlehem' or 'Unclaimed Cadaver' is my favorite title). Stylistically, the music falls under the rubric of Nunslaughter's typical brand of death-thrash, consisting of simple, but energetic riffs packed into explosive and relatively short songs. 'Jewrusalem' even features some elements that harken back to the bands death-grind roots.

The release is extremely entertaining, and does feature some pretty cool guitar riffage, and serves as the perfect soundtrack to give vent to your Christmas stress. Recommended to all Christmas-haters - anti-Christian or otherwise.

NUNSLAUGHTER Demoslaughter

Boxset / Compilation · 2009 · Death Metal
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Church of disgust...

Genre: thrash metal / death metal / grindcore

Nunslaughter are one of the more productive underground metal bands out there, having released uncountable underground releases including demos, EPs, splits and what not. "Demoslaughter" collects their early demos and should be of vital interest to fans of the band. The most interesting aspect of this release is that it documents the early history of this cult band. This is, unless you are a hardcore fan, more interesting that the music itself, which on the first demos is of dubious quality (but, the music gets stronger, as we follow the band's development through time).

The production is extremely bad on the first ten tracks, which capture the 'Ritual of Darkness' and 'The Rotting Christ' demos, and one can barely make out what the hell is going on musically. One thing that can be observed is how Nunslaughter seemed to not know in which direction to go in their early years. The tracks from 'Ritual of Darkness' fall under the rubric of primitive death metal, while those from 'The Rotting Christ' are more grindcore-oriented. The 'Impale the Soul' tracks combine the death metal and grindcore elements of the previous two demos, and the four tracks from 'The Guts of Christ' introduce thrash metal and crust punt elements into the sound, taking it a slight step in the direction of the retro death-thrash style Nunslaughter are known for nowadays. Going back to grindcore and death metal the tracks from 'Face of Evil' and 'Evil Speaks' show a band looking back to its original style, but whose skills as musicians have developed considerably.

While disc 1 features the band's earliest demos, disc two contains rehearsal recordings and miscellaneous items, such as raw mixes, take-outs and jams. These are of course interesting to hardcore fans of the band, and if you dabbled in the recordings of demos around the same time as Nunslaughter, then you might get a kick out of disc 2 as well.

I would say that this compilation appeals primarily to fans, and if you have never heard Nunslaughter before, then I recommend that you buys some of their EPs or one of their albums before you start exploring their very early material.


EP · 2003 · Thrash Metal
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Genre: thrash metal

Originally released back in 2003, "Cerebus" has recently been rereleased on Hell's Headbangers records with two bonus tracks.

Stylistically, the two original songs on this release fall under the genre heading of thrash metal with elements of extreme metal. Thus, 'Mother.Cunt.Whore' is an aggressive Slayer-esque thrasher which features some blastbeats and even a more crossover-hardcoreish bridge. 'Cerebus' feature some more old school death metal-style riffage and some heavier passages.

I think that both tracks are pretty good, but not among the best material by Nunslaugter. Especially, 'Mother.Cunt.Whore' is an enjoyable thrasher with a lot of aggressive energy.

The production is a bit fuzzy and, at times, the drums almost drown in the mix. I do like the slightly Slayer-oriented sound of the guitars. The two bonus tracks, which are demo versions of 'Mother.Cunt.Whore' and 'Cerebus' are of poor production, but they are, of course, also demo tracks. Collectors and hardcore fans should find the inclusion of these two tracks particularly attractive.

Fans of dirty thrash metal and collectors of extreme metal releases should definitely consider purchasing a copy of this release.


Split · 2012 · Thrash Metal
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Back to hell...

Genre: black thrash

Nunslaughter and Abigail on the same release? This can only be good... and by good I mean fucking evil!

The two Nunslaughter tracks 'Back to Hell' and 'God' are very thrash oriented and actually pretty good, I must say. The no-nonsense aggressive style of thrash metal with just a hint of death-thrash just hits the spot if one is craving for high-energy music.

'Back to Hell' evolves around some relatively simple thrashy riffs that work the way they should, while the intro riff, which also serves as the bridge, is a heavier affair. 'God' is with its 59 seconds almost a microsong, and also features some compellingly simple and aggressive riffage, spiced up with anti-Christian lyrics.

The production on the two Nunslaughter tracks is, while not polished at all, actually considerably well-defined, which I appreciate. It still has a rawness and an edge to it, though - make no mistake about that.

Together Abigail and Nunslaughter give all things that are holy a slap right in the face in the form of the massively evil split that is "Fucking Satan".


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