Ingested / Metal Mayhem At The Asylum, Birmingham

Gig Review: Extreme Metal champions Ingested delivered a night of unparalleled brutality at The Asylum in Birmingham on April 18, 2024. Plus Fallujah and Mélancolia. Words And Photography: @andyshaw16 @ingested @fallujahsf @melancolia_exe @theasylumvenue

Ingested / Latest Masterpiece A Brutal Odyssey Of Resilience

Album Review: Explore the 8th Ingested album, The Tide Of Death And Fractured Dreams. A brutal blend of life's struggles and triumphs, it is their best work yet. Words: Jools Green @ingested @metalbladerecords

Ingested / Ashes Lie Still their most ambitious and impressive offering to date

The Kings Of Slam Ingested are now slimmed down to a trio. Drummer Lyn Jeffs, guitarist/backing vocalist Sean Hynes and vocalist Jason Evans are back with their latest brutal offering, Ashes Lie Still which the band say is "a modern essential." @ingested

Ingested / The Surreption II is bigger, better and blisteringly good

British Death Metal Legends Ingested are set to release The Surreption II, a reimagined re-recording of their vital second album, The Surreption, to celebrate its 10th anniversary.Ingested - The Surreption II (Unique...

Ingested / Debut album remixed and remastered, revealing it in all it’s putrid glory

Towards the end of 2006, British Brutal Slam Death Metal legends Ingested almost released their debut EP, 'Stinking Cesspool of Liquefied Human Remnants', but it was shelved. However, to mark their fifteen...

Ingested / Venturing ‘Where Only Gods May Tread’ with their latest full length

The “Kings of Slam” return with their latest chunk of brutality, 'Where Only Gods May Tread'. The fifth album from Ingested, the band are now ready to rise from the underground to...

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