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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

U is for Ubiquitous

Hailing from the Midlands of the UK, this four piece band produces noisy, angry music featuring higher pitched screaming, as well as growling. According to one source they "deliver an angry and energetic fist to the face of the listener." - ouch!

The band members use stage names: Typhoeus (drums), Belial (vocals and bass), Abaddon (vocals and guitar) and Baphomet (vocals). To satisfy your curiousity, Typhoeus was the most deadly creature of Greek mythology, Belial is a Hebrew name for the Devil, Abaddon is the biblical Angel of Death, and Baphomet is the goat-headed idol of occultism. A charming mob, I'm sure.


Combining elements of death, black and melodic death metal, Ubiquitous have a new album (their sophomore album) which was just released at the beginning of this fine month of April. It's called Ad Portas Inferi which is Latin for The Gates of Hell

I don't like this song or the video, but you might enjoy Superbia.


6 comments:

  1. Eeek. Well, they definitely went all out with their branding...

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    1. Defs the most extreme band of the 26. Eek is a funny word. Made me laugh when I read it, but yeah, it's about right. Or maybe 'eewww' Thanks for visiting Square Pegs. Sorry you picked an 'unfriendly eek-worthy' post. I appreciate you taking the time to comment as well. Cheers.

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  2. Wow! I got about one minute in and had to go for a cold shower. Not for me! Our bands in the South East are far more gentile!

    Another day in Amble Bay!

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    1. I'm impressed you lasted that long mate. Well done.

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  3. Hmmm - nope. Like Keith I didn't like it either. But thanks for making us aware of whats out there.
    Venting #Lexicon of Leaving

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    1. We all agree then. Awful rubbish. Ha ha. I promised diversity and I delivered. There are a number of bands in this A to Z that I don't like. Anyway, thanks for visiting and taking the time to comment.

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