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Fatal Recoil

Fatal Recoil

Fatal Recoil


Formed in 2003 in Ieper, Belgium, FATAL RECOIL combines the technique of Death Metal music and the agressiveness and energy of Hardcore Music. Early 2005, they entered Studio 13 to begin recording a demo-cd which sold out in no time. So in the Fall of 2006 the band recorded their debut Mini-cd “Malicious” at the infamous CCR studio with producer Kris Belaen (ABORTED, CRIMSON FALLS, LENG TCH’E,…). With this new record which came out on Rotten to the core Records Read more on Last.fm
Formed in 2003 in Ieper, Belgium, FATAL RECOIL combines the technique of Death Metal music and the agressiveness and energy of Hardcore Music. Early 2005, they entered Studio 13 to begin recording a demo-cd which sold out in no time. So in the Fall of 2006 the band recorded their debut Mini-cd “Malicious” at the infamous CCR studio with producer Kris Belaen (ABORTED, CRIMSON FALLS, LENG TCH’E,…). With this new record which came out on Rotten to the core Records the band managed to forge a very solid fan base in both the death metal- and hardcore-scene. After playing more than 100 shows in the local area the band unloaded another salvo in 2010 in the form of Stigmatizing the backslider, their long-awaited first full length-album. This album was also recorded and produced by Kris Belaen and was released on the German Filled With Hate Records. It was a tremendous step-forward for the band on both the songwriting and production fronts. Stigmatizing the backslider is the most ferocious and memorable FATAL RECOIL album to date! 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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