NARCISSISTIC NECROSIS: Calgary Brutal Deathgrinders Stream New Track “Superstition Reborn” At V13; Debut Album Out Now

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Cover art by Josh Littlelight of Grim Lumina

Calgary brutal deathgrinders Narcissistic Necrosis shares new track “Superstition Reborn”

Narcissistic Necrosis released their debut album, The Art of Deformity on August 28thThe Calgary, Alberta deathgrind brutes unveiled the album’s 09th track, “Superstition Reborn,” as the final and the third single. 

“The song is about how credulous beliefs can be maintained, despite efforts to try to renounce them,” comments the architect William Bigcrow regarding the track “Superstition Reborn.”

Debuted at V13, hear the track AT THIS LOCATION.  

The previous single “Isolated Evil Within” got its premiere at Metal Insider; preview it HEREStream the opening track, “Intolerant Breeding,” HERE

Order the album The Art of Deformity on CD or digital format  RIGHT HERE

LINK to order the album digitally on Spotify, Google Play, Apple.

Spawned in 2014 as a one-person death-grind project by William Bigcrow (DETHGOD, ex-Interitum), Narcissistic Necrosis has eventually evolved as a full-fledge quintet. As of February 2020, the Calgary-based ensemble now features four members: William Bigcrow on guitars and vocals, Jaden McLean on guitars, Mike Jones on Bass and Jayden Walker on Drums. Delivering a hammering, metallic sounding guitars, grinding low-end bass and sonic drum blasts, Narcissistic Necrosis aims to make a lasting impression.
Prior to the project evolving into a full lineup, the architect William Bigcrow finished writing and recording all the songs for the debut album, The Art of Deformity. Conjuring an asphyxiating and ear-splitting presence, the band explores topics such as religious hypocrisy, narcissism, self-improvement, self-destruction, superstitious beliefs and misanthropy throughout the record.
William Bigcrow – Vocals/Guitar
Jaden McLean – Guitar
Mike Jones – Bass
Jayden Walker – Drums


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