Necropanther Is Still Independent and Still Kicking Ass1 min read
Necropanther could be the fastest band in Denver right now, based on its latest record, Betrayal (released independently on March 3). The four longtime members have explored many sounds over the past decade together, including sludge, but the new stuff is a master class in speed-obsessed technical death metal.
“We were looking to more fully realize or expand on our general purpose, which was to defy those conventional norms and subgenres, push what’s allowable and defy what’s been there before,” says bassist Marcus Corich, adding simply that “playing fast is fun.”
“I think [Betrayal] was the fullest realization of that through our goals as individuals and goals as a collective,” he reflects.
And Necropanther isn’t interested in what other acts are doing or in sounding…
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