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Casket (Black Metal)

Casket (Black Metal)

Casket (Black Metal)


Casket was spawned from the blackest depths of San Pedro, CA in the year 2009 . Initially, the band began it's life as Pale Moon; seeking to create a sound similar to that of Darkthone and Leviathan. Pale Moon consisted of Azrael and Pallor Mortis, later to be joined by Mikael on bass and Doom on drums. In the summer of 2010 , Pale Moon adopted the name "Casket" and made a drastic change in it's sound in order to break away from the common trends of the current black metal scene in Los Angeles. Read more on Last.fm
Casket was spawned from the blackest depths of San Pedro, CA in the year 2009. Initially, the band began it's life as Pale Moon; seeking to create a sound similar to that of Darkthone and Leviathan. Pale Moon consisted of Azrael and Pallor Mortis, later to be joined by Mikael on bass and Doom on drums. In the summer of 2010 , Pale Moon adopted the name "Casket" and made a drastic change in it's sound in order to break away from the common trends of the current black metal scene in Los Angeles.

From a low fidelity screech, Casket evolved into a well-oiled machine of death and destruction adopting a sound reminiscent of early Celtic Frost, Hellhammer, Marduk, and hometown-heroes Gatekeeper (a band which featured members of Reciprocal and Fallen Figure) as well as Lightning Swords of Death. By combining the brutality of extreme metal with the drive and emotion of classical composers such as Dmitri Shostakovitch and Sergei Prokofiev, Casket is a force of blackened death to be reckoned with. Casket released it's first demo in early 2010 and is currently getting ready to record it's second demo while simultaneously writing it's third. www.myspace.com/casketlive Casket Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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