South African Slam & Brutal Death Metal | Overkill Global Metal Reviews

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Featuring Brad’s Top 5 albums, a pick from local expert Louis Du Pisani and suggestions from our Patreon Donors.

Vulvodynia – Cognizant Castigation –
Gore 2.0 –
Displeased Disfigurement – Origin of Abhorrence –
Wildernessking – Mystical Future –

Thanks to Patrick Davidson of Metal4Africa


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bshadows420 says:

I’m a simple man, I see a video with Brad, I click on it.

The Drüid says:

Refreshing to hear some slam bands that aren’t just Devourment knockoffs.

J F says:

covering the world and missing the native american metal scene completley,

MRmagic11111 says:

for unholy snare, check out Baalsebub – The Sickness Of The Holy Inquisition.

Jaime Correa says:

GAEREA (black metal from portugal) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Always great seeing our South African bands get coverage beyond our borders, whatever the sub-genre. @Terminatryx was honored to be picked as one of the bands to play the SA showcase for Banger Films’ first doc on our part of the world a few years back.

iwantoutnow says:

this is lame, stupid and gay…….no real metal here but kids on the trend

Steven Plague says:

Vulvodynia is one of my favorites. GUTTIES, SLAMS AND REEEE’s!

Tomi Mäkitalo says:

So it wasn’t about Glam & Brutal death metal after all, which I think would have been way more entertaining combo.

Jesse Gandy says:

Do a video on beatdown.

Fran Lovel Šimić says:

Pretty eh bands tbh and I am a bit sad you don’t want/scared/ talking about rape lyrics and other edgy subjects Braderino. Metal is extreme and its subjects are extreme. Eh, in any case nice video and I hope US atmo black, Croatian grind (I’m from there), Polish black or Greek black, I mean we have a shitton of scenes to go through but I hope you get to these first hehe. And I am so glad Wildernessking was mentioned!

Jaime 73 says:

Well, the scene is much bigger than South Africa! Botswana, Angola just to mention a few! But Crackdust will always be one of my favourites of the entire World!

Cable Brook says:

Australian Metalcore

Ekliger Edamer says:

Slam is weird genre, even though I like it and it’s probably my most listened genre atm, I would never rate an album higher than 3.5 points.
In the end it’s just slam and based on slams which sound always kinda similar.
So yeah, this episode was a bit unnecessary because Slam isn’t a very interesting genre.
the most informative thing was that endpart where the fashionshop was mentioned.

Dipin Bk says:

6:00 what album is he talking about???

Dylan Macdonald says:

Another heavy South African Band from Durban, check it out!

Slamophilic cadaver says:

Brah give me them $L00Ms!!!

Patrick Kesler says:

I find your lack of enthusiasm, justified.

Shaney Biggs says:

surfs up goth is like surf Nicaragua but way heavier

Cuen Nicolson says:

whats with the video glitches at 11:57?

BANGERTV - All Metal says:

For more South African metal stories, check out the three-party Sam Dunn’s Metal Journeys series we did a few years back when visiting Johannesburg,

kimimaro9876 says:

Definitely check out Cunt Cuntly, Thy Light, Phalloplasty, Cemetery Rapist. Zombified. Viraemia and Whoretopsy

Steven DeLaCueva says:

Great series Banger O, just great!
FYI there’s a lot of heavy music from across the African continent going back to the 60s & 70s. I highly recommend seeeking some of this stuff out esp if you’re into heavy rock/psych/fuzz/pro to doom:
Ofo The Black Company
Paul Ngozi Famil
Mono Mono
…and TONS more, esp from Nigeria & Zambia .. several great comps out there, grab em up! Original Lps cost zillions

Lurking says:

I need that AN hoodie!

Cuan Lohrentz says:

RSA represent! Although…there are some less dodgey RSA bands for sure!

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