Sunday, September 25, 2016

New Rancid Abomination Released! First in 10 years!

It's been over 10 years since rancid abomination relesed a cd. Back in january 2006, RA released it's 2nd to last cd (the band has always been a 1 man band). Since then it has been inactive and has not recorded a single cd.

Until now..

Behold "Into Hell's Anus"!

Today, I was home alone from 5 PM to 7 PM. I get that because on sunday my parents go out to eat. This time they went out to eat at somewhere close due to another reason (not going to say what), so I had less than 45 minutes to record the album. Lucky the album was 37 minutes worth of tracks with vocals. I had recorded 7 tracks with vocals this time (plus 3 instrumentals to add up to a total of 10 songs)...   I got away with it this time (sometimes I don't!) and because of that the new cd is done...

There were several moments where I got nervous due to them catching me in the act. One song in particular was 10 minutes long. I got nervous once because I swore I heard them talking outside (when they were not there it turned out). I thought I would be done for. But That never happened. The new cd got recorded, and mixed later on.

The cd is very, very different from the older stuff recorded from 2001-2006. It's vocal style is very harsh and hideous sounding. Not quite black metal and not quite thrash. Somewhere inbetween.  The music is close to stuff from eternal hate and pestilence but has some homicidal hammerfist touches (keyboards) and unleashing vengeance touches (fast riffs like in UV's later stuff).  It sounds more like Dismembered September than classic Rancid Abomination, but still sounds good. The vocals, for the most part, are excellent (minus 1 song).

You have to expect changes after more than 10 years absence of RA material. It came out good, but it really isn't like older RA stuff at all. More of it's own style that is unique. I like the way it came out but one of the best songs got a bad vocal performance. I thought that song had the best music and it am slightly dissapointed torwards it...

More info when it comes... As for the cd... You can listen to it here:

Thursday, September 22, 2016

The Rancid Abomination Story (And upcoming Reunion)

From 2001-2006 I was part of an EVIL one man black metal band named Rancid Abomination. This band was so evil, that it may be considered the most evil metal band ever. During it's career it offended so many people on, that it wasn't funny.  The lyrics were enough to get every weenie out there offended...  Tons of satanic lyrics. But not just that... Nooooooooooo...

Rancid Abominations lyrics had tons of references to evil acts not found in other bands.. Slaughtering children wholesale to Satan (including babies!)? Demons feeding off of said people's Entrails? Check! Disgusting References to maggots eating baby brains and baby entrails? Check. Fucking people up the ass? Yup that's right. Massacring cartoon characters like the easter bunny and Rudolph the Red nosed Reindeer? Yup that's right. Fucking Shit Tons of swears? Yup! Tons of references to Satanism including shit tons of implied Satanic Cult activity by me (just to piss people off!). Check!
Tons of references to how certain people/all people/stupid people/idiots I hate need to Die in Pain? Check! References to Vikings slaughtering Christians Wholesale! Check! (Always, always taking  the viking side of things)

you see where this is going... It's by far the most offensive metal band ever.

I even went to great lengths to make the album covers look evil. One thing I liked to do was use a gimp (free painting program) filter to "mutate" my face to make it look like a demon shape wise. I did this a lot. I did anything and everything to offend, shock and disgust people with this band. And i payed off. I got tons of trolls on saying it sucked... It worked... No one liked it. Everyone hated it. God I love trolling idiots.

One particular image found in an album I did in 2005 even caused some uproar in my family. It showed a mutated version of me with a demonic mouth and a red patch on my forehead that said "FU!" on it. Then beneath that it said "ass perforator - all vocals and music". Once my brother saw that He got horribly offended and I had to tone down my music, which I did NOT do, I only made it worse because he was an idiot!

The band formed in 2001 as a black metal one man band mixed on a 4 track recorder.  Back then it was satanic but nothing else. It didn't start getting really offensive till a few cd's later. What kicked it into offensive music overdrive? Well...

I had been getting into black metal bands And had gotten into tons of them. I started hearing about this black metal band called Northwood Ice Pentagrams.  They were a satanic joke band. They wrote offensive but funny satanic lyrics that were hilarious. I still laugh at their lyrics to this day. Stuff like Frosted Flakes of Frost (A song telling how Tony the tiger from Frosted flakes is SATAN! - complete with an evil satanic ingredients list in the lyrics), Evil Squirrel (yeah! A song about an EVIL Squirrel), 404 file not found! (hilarious. - It's all in french though).You see where this is going. I got inspired by this heavily....

Add Gwar Influences in and you get the most disgusting offensive band ever. Gwar influenced my stuff just as much as northwood Ice Pentagrams. Lyrics about maggots, sex, ugh.... It was gross but funny... They had no decency. Just listen to songs like Fucking an Animal, Maggots, The Salamanizer (especially)  and you will see what I mean...

So I ended up writing evil rancid abomination songs like : Evil Weevil, Satanicock, I roadkilled Rudolph, Prepare to Die, Violence = Anger + Hatred, Unholy Bloodshed (complete with a text to speech intro that was hilarious (read below)), A tourbus in Hell, and worse...

(Intro to Unholy Bloodshed)
Fucking Die Evil Dickweed
Evil will not oppress buttfuck the mighty
evil will not be tolerated here
we will kick your infidelic rear

Your corpse will rot in pain
your soul will enter hell
your babies will be disemboweled
Satan will eat your corpse!

Your corpse will rot in pain
your soul will enter hell
your babies will be disemboweled
Satan will eat your corpse!

Your corpse will rot in pain
your soul will enter hell
your babies will be disemboweled
Satan will eat your corpse!

(A tourbus in hell)
Welcome to  Hell Ladies and Gentlemen
Here we have the reaper who takes people to hell so Satan can begin eating their corpses
Here thousands of babies are being eaten by maggots, all in the name of satan
here you can hear the screaming souls, as they are being tortured by a 666 mile long spiked
Here Satan Watches As I eat a Baby sand witch
Here a giant Cacodemon shits on the soul of an evil Christian Priest Fucker
Here a giant spike flies around looking for anuses of souls to probe.
<I forget the rest>

You see how horribly offensive Rancid Abomination was. It offended lots of people on I had it up there from the get go (from when our first song existed). It was quite bad then but not nearly as bad As it would get later on. Tons of anger and hatred all over the lyrics were there from late 2001 till the end. It was horribly violent and evil.  Some of it I meant seriously, other songs were just sick jokes. You can tell if a song is serious if there are little to no swears in it.

The ones that were designed to offend people were FILLED with swears. It was horribly bad then... Eventually it would be toned down slightly in 2004. But it still was evil, lyrically. That Never changed... But that wouldn't last and It got more offensive later...

Well the band got SO offensive in 2006 that I decided to disband it permanently.

All along Rancid Abomination's lyrics were designed to be sick and offensive in every conceivable way. But none of it was serious. I was never a Satanist and am not one now.  I did it to offend people, specifically one person who seemed easily offended who had annoying kids and showed up at every family get together back in 2001-2002. From 2002 on however the lyrics became more serious and sinister. I stopped trying to offend people as much and wrote evil lyrics on purpose because that's what I wanted the band to be like.  Some were still joke song lyrics but a few were serious.

Some songs wrote about interesting shit too. At least one song had politcal leanings in 2004. Several were about  fiction. One song was about the movie Alien. Several were about X-Files Episodes. Several songs focused on paranormal themes, such as ghost stories, alien abductions, etc... A few wrote about fictitious paranormal things...  One song was written about an infamous haunted painting I read about on That song was amazing! Phenominal melodies. Too bad I lost it tragically. 

Fastforward from 2006 to 2016. I had been in tons of side projects and bands. I learned how to do good production and how to write good music. I started becoming more varied as a song writer. Unleashing Vengeance would get semi popular.  All of that made me want to go back to Rancid Abomination bad. In 2014 It almost happened. But I put it on the back burner due to  how offensive it was...

Going into this month, I haven't listened to Rancid Abomination Once for 10 years. I used to hate it, thanks to it offending my family. But I got some of it back, and OMG it was amazing musically,  and I wanted to get back into it due to that. 2 days ago I got a second cd back. I am still missing a ton. I don't think I will get them back at all. See I deleted them all off my PC in 2006.  SO I decided to compensate for that by Reforming Rancid Abomination, 2 nights ago.

Rancid Abomination is coming back big time. Unleashing Vengeance is dead. Caustic Euphony is dead. All my other bands are on the back burner. It's time To bring back the most offensive band in metal history to the internet...

The reunion will be a short one though. Rancid Abomination will have the following three things done for it in 2016. A) A new Album, Entitled "Into Hells Anus". B) A Greatist Hits Compilation Released on XMAS 2016.  and C) A live album done in november/december (possibly, it's up in the air - It's hard for a one man band to perform live. Right now It's a 2 man band)..

It's been 10 years since Rancid Abomination was around at all.. Think about that for a minute. It's coming back, and most of it's cd's are not available to download on noisetrade thanks to people's stupidity (mine mostly).   I has a limited presence on line. I need to justify that presence and increase it by doing a new album.

The new album has already been written. Here is the tracklist:

Into Hell's Anus (intro)
Wrath of the Putrid
Evil Fart of Death
Evil Weevil
Smelly Hell
Chef Boyardee, I need a baby sandwitch

The songs are a bit toned down compared to 2004-2006 stuff but they are still quite bad. I still want to write offensive music. The only thing that's missing is the swear ridden nonsense..  More updates later on this album. It will be recorded soon, but not right away. I am planning to record it sometime in late September, Early October, Possibly on this coming sunday, but that might not happen now..

Meanwhile, check out the best two rancid abomination cd's on noisetrade. Eternal Hate and Pestilence and the Bleeding.

You can also visit RA's soundcloud site here:

Monday, September 12, 2016

Rancid Abomination! The best damn black metal band ever! Go #NewEnglandStyle

From 2001-2006 I was the sole member of a black metal one man band named Rancid Abomination. It was a HEAVY dark black metal band...  It started out as an atmospheric black metal band with heavy thrash elements thrown in in 2001.  In fact the first album was death metal. But it shifted to black metal within 2 cd's...

Back in 2001 it was so horribly bad lyrically that it got several people on pissed at me. It was stupid. It got not much better a few years later, lyrically, but musically it started changing after a certain incident. A fucking idiot musical critic named Susan Ramson trashed it and that pissed me off. So I ended up ditching the internet for releasing new cd's, I didn't want stupid critics bashing it, so I just ended up keeping 90% what I did for the band to myself from 2003-2006.

During that period, it started to evolve into something unique though. It got REALLY good... REALLY good.. It changed styles suddenly, right after the Susan Ramson BS.  Going away from atmospheric black metal it suddenly became something way heavier... Super Thrashy black metal!

It started to do melodies found in no other band. Unique melodies of a certain style that are made when you play one note and then play another note without stopping playing the first note. A lot of it's melodies were constructed this way. It kept changing the pitch of the second note too. Sometimes it would be 3 steps higher, other times 4 steps higher, sometimes those steps lower too... It was very varied, and keyboards and  guitars both did this regularly.  These delayed harmonies became a big thing in it... It had developed it's own style. The style that I like to call #NewEnglandStyle 

Rancid Abomination started something unique. It changed styles a lot but was almost always thrashy black metal with delayed harmonies. Many of it's cd's did this. Later on it would develop more of a melodic death metal twinge, inspired by amon amarth. This was how it ended, as a melodeth band...

Since Rancid Abominations unforunate demise in 2006, all my other bands have taken big influences from it's melodies. Caustic Euphony formed from it's ashes and for a while was nothing more than thrashy death metal. Then in 2007 it developed a very black metal influenced death metal style that included delayed harmonies. My second band Unleashing Vengeance, started as a blackened thrash band in 2002. It did delayed harmonies as well for a long time. But rancid abomination was the pioneer of that style... Not unleashing vengeance... Eventually unleashing vengeance and caustic euphony would both go onto to do totally different styles not influenced by Rancid Abomination..

New England Style Black Metal is way cooler than any other black metal band out there... Currently there are 3 New England Style Black Metal bands around. Rancid Abomination (which has a limited presence online now), Dismembered September, and Homicidal Hammerfist (not a black metal band
 per say, but it has black metal elements)...  Both of those last 2 bands are Rancid Abomination Inspired.  Currently I am at work on Dismembered September. We have 2 cd's out... The sound is a lot like Rancid Abomination, only less evil and better produced.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Dismembered September update

Z.A. here...

Dismembered September has gotten a little better off once it got on  the net. I made a youtube site, a facebook page, a twitter page and a page for it too... So far we have gotten no twitter followers, but we have gotten a decent amount of plays on soundcloud, but nothing else has happened. It's too early to see.

It's  good the previous post got lots of views...

Now on to what I think of our first cd/ep "Disgorging the Rancid Flesh":

I like it a lot.

Production wise it could be a lot better, but still it's not too badly produced. Vocals are a lot worse than previous psychotic fury/unleashing vengeance material. Guitars sound way better though. The chorussed effects and the distorted vocals are problems caused by my soundcard and microphone, respectively.

Track 1 "Stupid Black Dog" is a good fast opener. It has interesting, almost power metal melodies thrown in, but played in a tremelo style. This song is more blackened melodeth than blackened thrash. But the rest is way more in your face.

Track 2 "All insects must die" is way harder. The melodies are a lot more extreme sounding and there are faster blastbeats...  It's brutal! But not as brutal as track 3. Short song, Only 2:39 long

Track 3 "Putrid Disgust" is so brutal, that it turned out to be the most brutal track on the cd AND the most brutal song any of my bands has written. It is a short one too.. Being only 2:09 in length.
Lyrics for this were inspired by the awesome video game "Clive Barker's Undying". This is my favorite song on the cd.

Track 4 "Unleashed upon the world" is a lot slower than track 3 and much longer. But it's good. The verses and chorusses are brutal as track 2 but there is a lengthy intro and slow break with some accoustic sections thrown in, similar to earlier unleashing vengeance from 2009 or so. Good song but my least favorite on the cd due to the abysmal vocal production.

Track 5  "Call of the Brethren Moons" is a long dark instrumental which is more prog metal based than blackened thrash.  It's based on the hideously sickeningly disgusting survival horror series Dead Space, thematically. Originally it had lyrics but they came out so bad I made it an instrumental. Great song and a great ending.

According to I have listened to this cd 50+ times in 2 days. Holy Shit!

The next one will be recorded 2 weeks from now. Don't have any other info on it than that...

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Dismembered September Band Founded by Me.

Welcome to my new blog. I am Z.A. I am an musician from the Boston Area. I play Metal music only. I was in several bands and solo artists. I started ages ago in 2000 in my first solo artist massacred (originally called metal massacre).  I then formed Rancid Abomination a black metal solo artist that became a band much later. The style started as dark atmospheric black metal but changed later on into melodic black metal with unique melodies that sounded like something between doom metal and black metal.  I then formed a blackened thrash band called Psychotic fury with Kirk Stabbati on Guitar. That band would die and then be reformed in 2008 and would eventually change to extreme progressive metal and change it's name to compensate for that. At that time I also had a solo artist playing progressive death metal called Caustic Euphony which also became a band.

Since the breakup of psychotic fury/unleashing vengeance and Caustic Euphony (due to many reasons), me and kirk have formed 2 other bands. We formed Homicidal Hammerfist, a blackened power metal band that only does instrumentals. That was formed in July 2016 and since then was shelved a month later after the first 6 cd's are done. It was inspired by power metal and rancid abomination alike.

But that has been shelved. So what are we working on now?

We love older unleashing vengeance, back when it was called psychotic fury. It had a really interesting dark style to it that mixed black metal and sodom like thrash metal together well.. This style would be present in 2008 and then it would go down the normal thrash metal sound and become progressive melodic thrash in 2010 and later. This melodic edge however was short lived as metalcore and industrial elements got in it in 2012.  But back in 2010 it was rawer, more evil sounding, and in 2002 it was a raw as you can get.

So after listening to 2010 era unleashing vengeance, where black metal elements were quite heavy in the sound, we decided to recreate that style in a new band, with better production. We called this band Dismembered September. This blog is for that band mostly. I do vocals. Kirk does all instruments... I also do mixing, mastering, marketing, uploading, etc...

So far it's a 2 man band... It has one EP out called "Disgorging the Rancid Flesh".

Musically, Disgorging sounds very similar to a style that you would get if you fused the fast riffs from 2012 exploding metal era unleashing vengeance with rancid abomination's melodies. Add in a vocal style which is eerily similar to my vocals in 2002 unleashing vengeance/psychotic fury and you get a monster of a cd. Then make it 2x more extreme and you get brutal brutal stuff.

It's so brutal that it surpasses anything ANY of my bands have done in the heaviness department.

Track 2 and 3 are short songs, each far less than 5 minutes long, both clocking around 2 minutes long. Each one of these is filled with blastbeats, insane riffage and super fast tempo thrashy stuff...Track 3 is the fastest song I've ever recorded. Track 2 is almost as fast. It's insane...

Track 1 and 4 are heavy but lighter than track 2 and 3. Track 5 is an epic dark prog metal instrumental.

So far all 5 songs are on our soundcloud. The album is available to download on noisetrade. So far it has done fairly well for a 1st day on soundcloud, but not great. I guess that's to be expected. I will work on marketing it for the next 4 months (this month included). 

But overall I dig this cd a lot. On my (which measures my listening habits and recommends new bands), It is number 3. I've listened to it 30 times. Which is amazing for a 5 song cd. I can't stop listening to it. Production wise it's a bit off (there are distortions in the vocals and chorused guitar effects. Both of these are problems with my soundcard recording vocals AND what's being played at the same time (music) in the same track. No way to get rid of this without using a better mixing software (which we can't afford, the band is a hobby band only). I still think it came out OK production wise. Shits all over later period unleashing vengeance and 2010/2002 stuff quite nicely...

Our Soundcloud Site: Here
Our Facebook Page: Here
Our Youtube Site (I Post Updates here once a night): Here
Our Noisetrade Site (Download our EP for free here): Here 
Homicidal Hammerfist Noisetrade Site: Here