CHEAS

“France has some truly implacable death metal band and Savage Annihilation sit firmly amongst them with this pummelling debut”
-> Powerplay Rock and Metal Magazine : 7/8

 

“Ersten Longplayer mit einer guten Mischung aus tödlichem Blei und zombifiziertem, mordlüsternen, alles zerfleischenden Goregrind”
-> time-for-metal.eu : 4/5

 

“Un groupe ayant pour but de vous déchiqueter les entrailles.”
-> metalland.org

 

“Geiles Teil !”
-> Crossfire Metal Webzine : 9/10

 

“One starts to perceive that maybe they are ahead of their time”
-> Metal As Fuck

 

BUY or DIE

Formed in 2002 in the center of France with and by members of Defecal Of Gerbe (Goregrind), Brennkelt (Black Metal) and Blosius ( Brutal Death Metal ), SAVAGE ANNIHILATION is all about being true to what its name suggests.

 

A first eight tracks demo, “Death in Progress” is released in 2004, which gets them the
opportunity to open for a wide amount of bands (among which Happy Face, Trepan’Dead…).
The demo is followed, in 2008, by a split CD (with Decrepify (US), Visceral (Chile) and Ad Nauseum (FR), featuring three tracks, among which a Sepultura cover that’s gonna end on two different tributes also (“From Roots to the Seed” – Chabane’s recs & “A Grind Tribute to 80’s Thrash” – Inhuman Homicide recs).
Since then, the band has constantly played everywhere they’ve been able to in Europe.

 

For their tenth year mark, SAVAGE ANNIHILATION are proud to announce that they’ve inked a multi-album deal with up-and-coming French label KAOTOXIN RECORDS (home of Darkall Slaves, Dehuman, Eye Of Solitude, Gronibard, Infected Society, Insain, Unsu, VxPxOxAxAxWxAxMxCx…) which will result in the release, on October 1st, of their debut full-length, “Cannibalisme, hérésie et autres sauvageries” (ten tracks, 40+ minutes).

 

Raw, brutal, fast, blasting and featuring sick soloing, SAVAGE ANNIHILATION is bringing back that primal proto Death Metal feeling the likes of Morbid Angel (“Abominations” / “Altars”-era), (early) Sepultura, (early) Krisiun, Nephasth or Nefas made popular before them, with the addition of their very own vision of twisted-ness.

Savage

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