Pomona, California’s Kinkshamer, a progressive metalcore/deathcore group that’s certainly not shirking away from the chance to discuss crazy sexual kinks and fetishes, are following up their debut single “A Most Vulgar Display” with the new track “Behind Closed Doors Between Beauty and the Beast”. While the previous song was debuted via our exclusive Top 10 list of the kinkiest metal bands, this new tune ups the ante and sees the guys deliver an extreme, taboo new track discussing the art of bestiality.

Whether you love or hate the lyrics, the music itself should appeal to fans of groups the likes of After the Burial, Born of Osiris, and Chelsea Grin. The singles will be found on Kinkshamer’s upcoming debut EP Societal Sects, due out later this year. Be sure to bookmark the Spotify and/or Apple Music links so as to not miss out on other songs.

To help you get warmed up, check out Kinkshamer’s single, “A Most Vulgar Display”.


Discussing the song and its topic, the band’s own Riley Rowe hit us up with the following comment:

“After the release of our debut single ‘A Most Vulgar Display,’ a track delving into the notion of public sex, we wanted to up the ante and make our listeners even more uncomfortable. We have a list of sexual fantasies and kinky subject matter to choose from and we ended up going with the taboo topic of beastiality.

‘Behind Closed Doors Between Beauty and the Beast’ throws moans, dog barks, and riffs into the mix for a rather extreme listen. Therefore, we advise all to stray from playing our music to your grandmother, little cousins, HR manager, or local church pastor. This track, along with the aforementioned debut single, will be included in our upcoming EP titled ‘Societal Sects’. We at Kinkshamer hope to place the listener in situations where they question how we as a society view sexuality and the many depths of the kink community.”

Without further ado, here’s “Behind Closed Doors Between Beauty and the Beast”.

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