Posted by specialK March 06, 2013

I think Dethrace must be distant cousins of GWAR because not only do they look similar, they are often seen together playing music or hanging out drinking beer. While they may look like family, Dethrace really have an image and sound that is their own. See, GWAR are intergalactic space mutants and Dethrace are 10' tall superhero robots! Hey - that sounds like a party I want to be at! Dethrace's music is a combination of Speed,Thrash & Death Metal and it has the power to turn you into the walking dead. The band consists of Mecronos on vocals, guitarist Electronos, bassist Acronos and a drum machine to lay down the blast beats. That's ok because drummers are usually a pain in the neck & good drummers are hard to come by. Who needs that hassle?? The band was created by Necropatheos - an evil skull that keeps watch & likes to dance with the crowd. Look for an upcoming CD & a very limited DVD of Dethrace's performances! Dethrace have released some pretty cool toys too. Cool! 

Check out Dethrace's website & MySpace for music & dates of upcoming shows! 

Dethrace with Oderus Urungus of GWAR, Randy Blythe of Lamb of God, Jimmy Gestapo of Murphy's Law & Alex Skolnik of Testament

Wait - is that Sucklord??

Check out this video of Dethrace performing with GWAR's Oderus Urungus! 



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