Tampa, Florida-based metal group, Blood of Angels have confirmed details and dates for a lengthy May U.S. tour. The…
Florida death metal icons, Deicide, along with Origin, Jungle Rot and The Absence, tore through Club Red in Mesa, Arizona with a mix of brutality and high energy.
Reggie’s Live in Chicago is well known for the wide variety of performances, but specifically for supporting the death, speed and thrash metal scenes. We hit the venue for Havok’s North American tour supported by Bloodletter, Texas Toast Chainsaw Massacre, Extinction A.D. and Jungle Rot.
Mark July 20th in blood on your calendar, pray to the metal gods to keep that day free, and get ready to experience the newest, Victory Records-released effort from groovy, death-metal titans Jungle Rot.
Jungle Rot isn’t excessively technical by any means, but they sure know how to take simple riffs and make them sound huge.
Review by Aaron Tamachi and Jett White Photography by Aaron Tamachi www.rockstarmayhemfest.com Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival barreled into Toronto’s…
Order Shall Prevail, the eighth album from Wisconsin’s torture troop Jungle Rot, is streaming all weekend long via YouTube – listen here.
We recently had the opportunity to chat with Geoff Bub, guitarist of Wisconsin-based death metal act Jungle Rot, about the gear he uses to achieve his signature tone.
Jungle Rot have premiered the song “Fight Where You Stand,” a brand new track from the upcoming album Order Shall Prevail, available everywhere June 29th.
Jungle Rot reinforces their position as a staple in the old school death metal arena with the announcement of their ninth full-length album, Order Shall Prevail.
Jungle Rot vocalist/guitarist Dave Matrise recently took a moment out of his busy Summer touring schedule to speak with me about the band and their latest release, Terror Regime. Since the mid-nineties these guys have been cranking out a steady offering of crushing death metal and with the release of Terror Regime the aural assault continues. Here is how the conversation went.
It’s Monday, time to get your metal on! Watch the brand new Jungle Rot music video for “Blood Ties” down below. The song comes off their album ‘Kill On Command’ which came out last year on Victory Records. Read a review of the album HERE.
Kenosha, WI death metal band Jungle Rot released their debut, Skin The Living in 1996. In 2011 Jungle Rot is still pumping out thrashy death metal with their latest album (and first release on Victory Records), Kill On Command.
Jungle Rot, diseased skin tissue, death metal rock band or both? If you answered both then give yourself a pat on the back. Jungle Rot is a four piece American death metal band hailing from Kenosha, Wisconsin that has been making ears bleed now for over a decade and a half. After releasing a couple of demos, the group released its debut record Skin the Living in 1996. Slowly but surely, the band toured extensively and…