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This Weekly Fix comes from the lands of fine wine and quick surrendering, France! If you think the french are behind on making music really weird and fun at the same time, you need to do some research, this country is on a Japan level of freaky.

Although our featured attraction is not the strangest act to spew from France, it certainly is a band you should have in your life, like that one girl who lets you do anal, you can never part with that one.


Trepalium make the grooviest death metal this side of the hemisphere, with a blend of voodoo and jazzy rhythms that swirls perfectly in your mind.

Unlike our previous Weekly Fixes, Trepalium have four full length albums for you to munch on as well as a few early demos, they even have some tunes with the guys from Gojira, in case you are into that.

Last we heard of these scary, sexy french dudes was their brutally groove filled EP “Voodoo Moonshine” which is already four years old. This is too long without Trepalium.

We also hear they are working on some new shit which is music to our ears! Well, it will be eventually. They seem to have changed vocalist though, this didn’t work out very nicely for other bands, but we shall see!

We leave you with one of Trepalium’s greatest tunes (to us at least), so good that it makes the rest of their repertoire sound stale by comparison, but trust us, this is a massive band, still waiting for them to come to Portugal.






Text by J.P. Alves




Prepare to get your cocks thoroughly banged and crucified by this Weekly Fix! Drunk on Drugs brings you a brutal Thai foursome, “Biomorphic Engulfment”!

With only 3:46 minutes of music so far in their debut demo “Pestilente Microparasitic Domination”, this band makes sure that you feel every millisecond of this demo in every cell of your body (we promise, next week’s fix will have more than one song available for ingestion).


From start to finish, this one song demo is an unstoppable train of furious drumming, brutal chord strumming and a cavernous growl from the goriest intestinal depths.

This band is being set loose on the public’s earholes by an extremely promising, eastern European label “Reality Fade Records”, who are responsible for other delicious bands such as Spain’s “MDMA” and Ecuadorians “Insalubrity” (the latter having a spot on our top 20 of 2017).

The master behind the mixing of this track is Ryo. No, not the ninja (that one is spelled Ryu), the talented Indonesian guy behind awesome acts like Pure Wrath, Cadavoracity, Perverted Dexterity and much more.

If you like trains of unstoppable drums and thick, filthy ass guitars, then this is for you! Only maximum volume will be acceptable, so don’t bother listening to this if you can’t turn it up, you might kill someone.


Stay tuned for next week’s fix, we jumped over a week because some retards broke into our car and stole our laptop, in case you missed the update.

A toast to our friend Pinto from Logotomy Designs for pointing us in the way of Biomorphic Engulfment and this WEEKLY FIX!



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Text by J.P. Alves






While we’re still optimizing our album reviewing system, DOD has plans to spread more awesome bands more often with our new brutal segment, WEEKLY FIX!!!

Yes, music is our drug and we need more all the time, if you’re reading this, you suffer the same symptons. We’re going to pump you full of music every week! Starting with a filthy but entrancing trio from Louisiana called WOORMS!


WOORMS is sludgy, doomy and rings ever so nicely in our ears. There’s some punk and tasty vocals that bring The Melvins to mind. We got hooked on their hard-hitting tunes at bandcamp for a few days until it didn’t let us hear anymore.

These fellas are still at work on their first proper album (cumming on our faces as soon as possible, we hope), but some demos and singles are available at their bandcamp, so you can quench your hunger while waiting.

If you’re from Louisiana, fan-fucking-tastic for you my friend! You get to see these bastards launch a Split with New Orleans Hardcore Thrashers A HANGING! We can’t be there to witness this shit, but we are here to highly recommend it to you.


WOORMS’s part of the split, “The Math Says Yes”, is an awesome track that draws you in gently as it builds up a massive, delicious blast of fuzz sounds, the atmosphere embraces you completely, shit gets heavy around you and you don’t even notice, yet you do notice.

Your head is spasming with pleasure already and you didn’t even realize it, the voice kicks in right in your nuts as a groovy sludge begins to unzip your pants so you can get blown away by the rest of the song…and the rest of the split.

Damn, what a rush! We can hardly wait for their full release (get it?), as well as next week’s fix…

Stay tuned for more!




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Text J.P Alves