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The sound of being swallowed whole into the bowels of hell — a fitting description of the grotesque sounds that New Jersey lads Incantation captured on their debut album, 1992's Onward to Golgotha. The album has been long out of print, but Relapse reissued Onward to Golgotha in 2006 as a double disc — the first disc being the original album, the second disc being a live DVD, which features three full live sets from around this era of the band. Death metal at its most extreme, Onward to Golgotha does not let up one iota in its intensity — evidenced in the vocal growls, manic riffing, and wicked drumbeats — from beginning to end. Take a gander at some of the song titles: "Deliverance of Horrific Prophecies," "Eternal Torture," "Rotting Spiritual Embodiment," "Christening the Afterbirth." Any question of how brutal it all must sound? Didn't think so.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Not to be confused with other acts that are called Incantation (including a group that specializes in South American music), the band profiled in this bio is a ferocious, mercilessly brutal outfit that is known for death metal, black metal, and grindcore. The words "pop" and "mainstream" are not in the vocabulary of this Incantation, which has never come even remotely close to receiving acceptance in the mainstream pop market. Nonetheless, Incantation has enjoyed a small underground cult following...
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