BONE GNAWER - SWEDEN/USA

Feast Of Flesh - 2009 - Pulverised
Cannibal Crematorium – 2015 - Pulverised


  
 
Members

S= Mantas, Death, Massacre, Denial Fiend, Skincrawler, Broken Gravestones>>KAM LEE>>Massacre, Skincrawler, Broken Gravestones, My Black Omen
G= Knife In Christ, Ribspreader, Embracing, Paganizer, Carve, Demiurg, Banished From Inferno, Putrevore, Those Who Bring The Torture, Hate Ammo>>RONNIE BJORNSTRÖM>>Ribspreader, Knife In Christ, Embracing, Paganizer, Carve, Demiurg, Banished From Inferno, Putrevore, Those Who Bring The Torture, Hate Ammo
B= Terminal Grip, Edge Of Sanity, Deranged>>Rogga Johansson
D= Oberon, Auberon, Naglfar, Hate Ammo>>MORGAN LIE>>Auberon, Naglfar, Hate Ammo



History

It was tempting to write about how Bone Gnawer is the umpteenth band at which pure Swede Ronnie Björnstrom is gnawing simultaneously, except Kam Lee seems to be right up there with his multitude of projects setting records as well. This particular gore metal project was given birth in 2008 and unceremoniously signed to Pulverised Records of Singapore in the autumn of 2008. Lee left Denial Fiend in January of 2009 and announced his focus will be rerecording older Massacre material and Bone Gnawer. The debut was recorded at Erik Rutan's Mana Studio in St. Petersburg and issued in the late spring of 2009. An album arrived in 2015, but the group also disbanded.

Lie and Bjornström also got busy in Hate Ammo.

Reviews

BONE GNAWER - FEAST OF FLESH - PULVERISED  
Sounds of suffering pigs, or effects of the same, seem to be an appropriate start for a band called Bone Gnawer and an album and song called Feast Of Flesh. With ex-Massacre singer Kam Lee and a Swedish sounding production, probably the influence of the other members of the band, Feast Of Flesh turns out to be a good mix of the Floridian and the Swedish. Morgan Lie of Naglfar, Ronnie Bjornstrom and Rogga Johansson leave their mark as does Lee of course. Add to that guest vocals appearances by Killjoy of Necrophagia, Steve do Caixao of Impetigo and Jose Dopico of Machetazo and it really is no mystery what songs like Sliced And Diced, Cannibal Cook-Out, Make You Die Slow and Hammer To The Skull sound like and are about. Not a lot of variation here but the songs are unsurprisingly gory, heavy and sometimes fast. - Anna Tergel




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