The release date has yet to be set but here is a look at the upcoming artwork for Gore Whores On The Killing Floor, Never To Arise‘s followup to their 2012 debut Hacked To Perfection.
Artwork by Dominik Patric.
Original concept by Terry A. Hole.
While you eagerly await the release of Gore Whores On The Killing Floor, go back and check out their debut.
“… tap into the gritty, gung-ho spirit of the best US death metal of the 90s, but there’s also a distinctly untamed and ugly underdurrent that festers and bubbles beneath the thick wail of dissonant riffs and subterranean snarling.” 8/10 Metal Hammer
“…an example of brutal and devastating death metal from start to finish. No preservatives or half-measures. Don’t let your guard for one second.” 8/10 Queens of Steel
“,,,a brutal, vicious and even technically progressive melodic death metal act capable of creating a heavy atmosphere of quality traditional thunder.” ThrashHead
“…comprised of true death metal anthems…is all about being brutal, furious death metal, flirting with gring.” Path to Babylon
“This album is a pure riff-fest of elaborately garnished riffs accompannied with delicate song writing and technical proficiency, which can all easily rage like violent storms over a mosh pit. Brutality is not the only thing that catches my interest here, as these riff buthers have also flourished thier music with queer chords and sounds, and thus even when the albums base structure is tightly associated with brutal death metal, an old school sound seems unavoidable.” Lacerated Metal Zine
“There is a purity to it that brings forth the grounding seeds of the genre infused with a skill and enterprise that makes it all the more intimidating and consuming.” Ringmaster Review
“…will leave you with a shit-eating grin on your face.” The Ripple Effect
“Their debut album ‘Hacked To Perfection’ immediately impresses…a hell of a lot of potential on display making these guys a worthy addition to your collection.” Cosmo Gaming
“’Hacked To Perfection’ is an album that every fan of Death Metal will enjoy from the first track to the last. It is brutal, violent, intense and on top of everything, extremely well-performed.” 8/10 Metal Kaoz
“If you are a fan of any form of extreme metal I thoroughly recommend giving Never To Arise a listen.” 8/10 withguitars.com
“…the duo have it where it counts, displaying skilled musicianship with each crushing track, as the album is filled with intricate guitar work and bone-sawing riffs.” Exclaim.ca
“… terrific album to kick start a career in death metal and in time, Kilborn and Denhart could eventually become one of the leading bands at the forefront of the future of Floridian death metal…” Blistering.com
“…a blast of Death Metal without mercy.” FFM-Rock
“Hacked To Perfection is a nice mixture of brutality, technicality and melody all in a single album, and the band displays this through songs that manage to fuse all these elements together seamlessly.” Heavy Metal Tribune
“Never To Arise plays an odd sort of technical/progressive brutal death metal that I enjoyed heavily.” 9/10 The Grim Lord’s Metal Review
“Like a mutilated corpse, it ain’t pretty. Unlike a sliced cadaver, this is utterly heavy, angry and monstrously good stuff.” Metal As Fuck
“The guys have mastered their instruments, and know how to compose sheer brutality. I suggest you purchase Hacked To Perfection.” 8.5/10 Boulevard Brutal
“It’s killer.” Lost In Chaos
“This is a respectable debut; brutal, filthy yet with plenty of melody and definitely not for the faint of heart.” Ave Noctum
“Ugly, primitive, and barely produced, the Florida band’s fetid brand of death metal will please anyone who thinks not enough death metal truly evokes death.” Headbang Blogspot
“The brutality of Cannibal Corpse and the tender, technical solos of Death melted together into one big gory mess.” Battle Helm
“…the whole album has a character of brutal death… but the melodies and structures deserve praise.” Metalhead
“I’m in trouble, I’m impressed, I’m a little sickened, I’m headbanging” 8/10 This Is Not A Scene
“The earth-shaking vocal of Gordon Denhart is in turns frightening, threatening and lascivious, whilst the guitarwork is constantly emotive, yet violent, shaping some memorable hooks outside of the aural battery.” Powerplay Rock and Metal Magazine
“Hacked To Perfection is a very solid and brutal release, that will easily catch the attention of anyone into the traditional Death Metal and Brutal Death Metal sound…” Burning Black
“Never To Arise could stand tall next greats like Obituary, Disincarnate, Carnivore and Cannibal Corpse!!!” Beowulf
“Riffs that detach the head.” Aristicrazia
“…hyper blasts of destructive velocity and meaty riffs that rend flesh with unparalleled inhumanity.” Nocturnal Cult