In 2000 they were contacted by Colombia's Malignant Productions who released a vinyl mini-album entitled Witching Metal, limited to 500 copies. At around the same time Darkmoon (4) was recruited as a full time bassist and was included in the recording sessions for "Witching Metal". Additionally the North American label Utterly Somber Creations licensed Sorceress Bitch from Hell Attacks Productions and released a picture disc version which featured "Metal Mania" as a bonus track. Following this the Japanese label Obliteration Records released The First Necromancy, a CD that compiled both of their original demos as well as "Metal Mania" from the "To Meet The Storm" compilation.
South American darkness! Devil Metal supremos Nunslaughter team up with Colombian cult Witchtrap for a special split 7". In a unique twist, Nunslaughter attack with two characteristically crude 'n' catchy tracks that are instead vocalized in Spanish, "La Ofrenda" and "Altar De La Muerta. Not to be outdone, Witchtrap unleash the authoritative "Sex Commander" and the telltale "The Devil's On The Loose," two of the power-trio's most memorable songs yet. Item Details.
Genre: Rock Album: South Of Heaven.
South American Darkness! Style: Thrash, Death Metal. Date of release: 2014. South American Darkness! related music albums.
GOATSODOMY - Split 7'EP NUNSLAUGHTER, WITCHTRAP "South Of Heaven.
Nunslaughter Splits (Hells Headbangers). Impure Thoughts open this seven inch, as Nunslaughter remind you why they are the kings of Devil Metal. Sleazy and sexual in a wretched manner, Nunslaughter unleash punishing raw death metal with a ed twist. The vocal are growled but audible. This side adheres to more straight forward death metal from these South American purveyors of Satanic smut. And if you missed it, it is fast as Hell. Dirty riffs meander through an atomic cloud of malicious music. Witchtrap Split: Same great effort put into the layout and grey and black splatter wax here. The vibrant red of the record sleeve is attention grabbing. NunSlaughter again return with ill tracks.
Nunslaughter and Witchtrap may have been around the block a few times, but with this split they’ve both proved they still have plenty of life left. Nunslaughter’s fast and furious assault is just as vicious as ever and the Spanish vocal delivery gives a slightly different twist on their sound. Doing the impossible, Witchtrap steals the show with the Sex Commander. Sure the band’s other track is good too, but you can’t go wrong with a ridiculous song about prowling the bar scene. This split is definitely worth spending a few minutes with because, hell, it’s only fourteen minutes long.
South of Heaven is the fourth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer. Released on July 5, 1988, the album was the band's second collaboration with record producer Rick Rubin, whose production skills on Slayer's previous album Reign in Blood had helped the band's sound evolve.