The Day of the Beast | Relentless Demonic Intrusion

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Relentless Demonic Intrusion

by The Day of the Beast

A follow-up to their 2008 highly acclaimed debut, “Relentless Demonic Intrusion” brings us an even heavier take on thrash metal.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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1. Relentless Demonic Intrusion
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A follow-up to their 2008 highly acclaimed debut, “Relentless Demonic Intrusion” brings us an even heavier take on thrash metal.
The Day of the Beast's full lineup was formed in 2007 by 5 musicians who were influenced primarily by the great thrash bands of the 80's. They drew in more influences from black metal, death metal, the works of HP Lovecraft, Aleister Crowley, and other occultist literature. They were quickly signed by Canonical Hours Records and released their first album in late 2008. The self titled debut was favorably reviewed in publications like Metal Hammer, Outburn, and Terrorizer. They immediately began writing the follow-up album, which was recorded in 2011 and released in early 2012. The band continues to push the envelope of harsh, violent metal and strives to be one of the most pulverizing live bands on the east coast.


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Caught them at a show in Baltimore and bought both their albums. Easily the best band I've seen in a while. I'm pretty pretentious musically and they turned my eye and my ears. Relentless Demonic Intrusion is my favorite track from them. Dark, evil, and technically excellent. Just what I crave from metal. Nice.