Spanish brutal death metallers BONECARVER have released a lyric video for their new single ‘Mallevs Makeficarvm’, taken from their new album Evil, out 5th March via Unique Leader.
Premiered via Friedhof, watch the video to ‘Mallevs Makeficarvm’ here:
Formerly known as Cannibal Grandpa, the quartet return with their most uncompromisingly brutal record yet, and a new name to represent their reinvention.
‘Mallevs Makeficarvm’ follows previous singles ‘Evil’ and ‘Revolver’, watch the videos here:
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Formed in 2014, Bonecarver released their first demos on YouTube and started playing live under the name Cannibal Grandpa. In 2015 they released their first album and played with bands as Rise of The Northstar, Here Comes The Kraken and Resurrection Fest, and embarked on their first European tour in 2017 in France, Belgium and The Netherlands. The same year they released their second album Septum Signa Inferno via Slam Worldwide, with Rok from Within Destruction featuring as a guest for a single ‘Mandinga’. In 2017 they played more than 50 shows in Germany, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland and Czech Republic, Download Festival in Madrid, DeathFeast in Germany and Fall In The Brawl Festival in the UK.
The quartet have always been fascinated by serial killers and their unique combination of innovative extreme metal styles and murder tales quickly took them to the top of the Spanish death metal underground. They represent Madrid’s brutality at its best. They are determined leaders of modern Spanish extreme metal.
In summer of 2020 they signed a deal with Unique Leader Records and changed their name to Bonecarver. “Sometimes we must destroy standards in order to rebuild. Destroy the ordinary to create extraordinary new start, create a fresh moniker from the ruins.”
Bonecarver will appear at Resurrection Festival, Spain, on 4th June 2021, with more dates to be announced.
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