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About Coercion

We be us, a fine face fucking frenzy. Coercion rose from the ashes of Murder the Cabal. To fully understand the mayhem that is Coercion one must delve into the origins of MTC. Murder the Cabal was founded by vocalist Matt Mapes, drummer Chris Aviles, and MTC original guitarist, Brian Hausler; Murder the Cabal went through a rigmarole of members before finding bassist Dustin Cherrington and Coercion's lead guitarist, Chris Kritikos. With a full line-up the skeletal structure began to take shape. Soon after, Brian and the name parted ways, leaving only Coercion in their wake. Continuing on with Bobert Bolton filling the guitar opening. The world first knew the unmistakable fury of the band at Gahenna Fest, a truly brutal show. Since then Dustin and Kritikos left the band for school and other reasons. Shit-stained, Coercion turned to current guitarist Geoff Stevens to fill the void of aching asses and vaginal lovings. With new direction, and an even rawer breed of malice, present day Coercion took fold. What you see, what you know now is merely a glimpse of the madness to come, the pending neo-apocalypse. The band separated from long time guitarist, Bobert, remaining as a 3-piece. Coercion's roots were set in the styling of many brutal deathcore bands with the original MTC tracks: Bereavement and Sadism Manifested - the skeletal frame. Upon the inclusion of Chris K a more speed driven technical/progressive element was melded with the track Bathed in Ash, and the unrecorded songs of Makeshift Shiv Abortion and Exanimate Fornication - as the nervous and circulatory system. Geoff's arrival into the mix has rounded out the aggressive nature of the band, wholly twisting the then current songs to a newer, darker level. With him comes the angst and hatred of blackened melodies and sheer shredding terror. A new epoch of brutality that Coercion had never held before, the likes you have never experienced before, with the latest tracks: The Hallowing: Dawn of a Prophet and Analhilation - the muscular system to our nearly complete model of enmity. It must be said that the band could not have met the level of relentless debauchery without drummer Chris Aviles' perpetual double bass and blasts, to the 'T' fills and rolls, and variating cymbal work that have become a staple in the music. Ever active as the foundation for our depravity. The vocal styling ranges from shrilling to shrieking highs, punchy to barking mids, and flat to guttural lows; all songs intentionally differ in tone as Matt Mapes makes full use of a signature range. The lyrical content includes necrophilia, cannibalism, rape, torture, parallel dimensions, alternate realities, and much more, that tie a central concept together -- Evil Prevails. Scope our songs (Bereavement, Sadism Manifested, and Bathed in Ash) at myspace.com/coerciontx and give your ears a sample of the sinister. The way of Kilesa - creed of the anti-dharma.
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Genres:
Rock, Core, Death, Death Metal, Progressive, Metal, Black
Band Members:
Geoff - Guitar, Chris - Drums, Matt - Vocals, OPEN - Bass

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Suzanne
January 20th 2019
So awesome!!!!!
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About Coercion

We be us, a fine face fucking frenzy. Coercion rose from the ashes of Murder the Cabal. To fully understand the mayhem that is Coercion one must delve into the origins of MTC. Murder the Cabal was founded by vocalist Matt Mapes, drummer Chris Aviles, and MTC original guitarist, Brian Hausler; Murder the Cabal went through a rigmarole of members before finding bassist Dustin Cherrington and Coercion's lead guitarist, Chris Kritikos. With a full line-up the skeletal structure began to take shape. Soon after, Brian and the name parted ways, leaving only Coercion in their wake. Continuing on with Bobert Bolton filling the guitar opening. The world first knew the unmistakable fury of the band at Gahenna Fest, a truly brutal show. Since then Dustin and Kritikos left the band for school and other reasons. Shit-stained, Coercion turned to current guitarist Geoff Stevens to fill the void of aching asses and vaginal lovings. With new direction, and an even rawer breed of malice, present day Coercion took fold. What you see, what you know now is merely a glimpse of the madness to come, the pending neo-apocalypse. The band separated from long time guitarist, Bobert, remaining as a 3-piece. Coercion's roots were set in the styling of many brutal deathcore bands with the original MTC tracks: Bereavement and Sadism Manifested - the skeletal frame. Upon the inclusion of Chris K a more speed driven technical/progressive element was melded with the track Bathed in Ash, and the unrecorded songs of Makeshift Shiv Abortion and Exanimate Fornication - as the nervous and circulatory system. Geoff's arrival into the mix has rounded out the aggressive nature of the band, wholly twisting the then current songs to a newer, darker level. With him comes the angst and hatred of blackened melodies and sheer shredding terror. A new epoch of brutality that Coercion had never held before, the likes you have never experienced before, with the latest tracks: The Hallowing: Dawn of a Prophet and Analhilation - the muscular system to our nearly complete model of enmity. It must be said that the band could not have met the level of relentless debauchery without drummer Chris Aviles' perpetual double bass and blasts, to the 'T' fills and rolls, and variating cymbal work that have become a staple in the music. Ever active as the foundation for our depravity. The vocal styling ranges from shrilling to shrieking highs, punchy to barking mids, and flat to guttural lows; all songs intentionally differ in tone as Matt Mapes makes full use of a signature range. The lyrical content includes necrophilia, cannibalism, rape, torture, parallel dimensions, alternate realities, and much more, that tie a central concept together -- Evil Prevails. Scope our songs (Bereavement, Sadism Manifested, and Bathed in Ash) at myspace.com/coerciontx and give your ears a sample of the sinister. The way of Kilesa - creed of the anti-dharma.
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Core, Death, Death Metal, Progressive, Metal, Black
Band Members:
Geoff - Guitar, Chris - Drums, Matt - Vocals, OPEN - Bass

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