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The Haxan Cloak and The Body have teamed up to create one of the most extreme and terrifying metal albums I've ever heard. This is the soundtrack to some horrible and excruciatingly painful death. Seriously. As someone who usually can't get into a lot of metal, this album sealed the deal for me. It's metal, yet it's equal parts electronic, and if that doesn't sound like it would work, trust me. It does. The only other album I could think of to rival this one would be Pharmakon's Abandon, which is just as brutal and scary as this one, all while mixing in the electronic aspects with the blood-curdling screams. Wonder what hell might sound like? Well hey, I Shall Die Here is the new jam for you! Get it!

Interesting Sound

An interesting take on metal, what I have heard so far is an amazing use of vocals and instruments. An almost avant grade sound, “I shall die here” reminds me of darkspace mixed with new sounds in metal


I've been intrigued by these guys ever since I heard "Empty Hearth." They aren't metal. They make metal sound like ska. This album?! Holy heck, it's downright terrifying! Like the soundtrack to a demonic slaughter. This is the stuff of nightmares. They go places that no other "metal" band has before. It's brutal. It's extreme. It's damaged. It's awesome!


Formed: 1999 in Providence, Rhode Island

Genre: Metal

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

Experimental doom/sludge metal duo the Body formed in Providence, Rhode Island in 1999, tapping into the city's thriving noise and experimental scene when formulating their grating, punishing hybrid of brutal metal and difficult noise textures. Composed of Chip King on guitars and howling vocals and Lee Buford on drums and various other electronic sound-makers, the pair played locally and perfected their approach before releasing a self-titled album on Moganono Records in 2004. The Body frequently...
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