Artist info

Genre

Metal


Sounds like

IN THE BURIAL, Fleshgod Apocalypse , Septic Flesh, Dimmu Borgir, Cradle Of Filth


band members

In the burial is: Mark Hillary – guitars Phil Jarrett – guitars/backing vocals Mel Bulian – vocals Ozan Gol – Keys/synth Denys Fox – drums Travis Weinert – bass


Influences

Black metal, Post black metal, Symphoic metal, Doom metal


Unearthed artists we like

Psycroptic, Advent Sorrow, Claret Ash


Website

Bio

Formed in 2007, IN THE BURIAL are not just your average symphonic metal band. Hailing from Adelaide Australia, IN THE BURIAL combine epic orchestral arrangements, monumental melodic guitar work, blisteringly fast drumming, stunning symphonies, Penetrating lyrics and one woman's distinctive and impressive vocal attack, creating a colossal musical composition that is triumphant in its symphonic mastery.
With the release of their second full length album LAMENTATIONS : OF DECIET & REDEMPTION, IN THE BURIAL are set to take the throne as one of the leading pioneers of extreme symphonic metal.

In the Burial is a female fronted Symphonic Blackened Death Metal outfit hailing from Adelaide Australia.

With relentless touring nationally and combined with some solid international supports under their belts– including Napalm Death (UK), Origin (USA), NeObliviscaris (AUS), Aborted (BEL), Dying Fetus (USA), Grave (SWE), Mortiis (NOR), Archspire (CAN), Psycroptic (AUS), Hypno5e (FRA)

In the burial initially began as a technical death metal outfit, but moved towards a more Symphonic Blackened Death Metal sound after the departure of their vocalist Andrew Kite and Guitarist Pete Clark. The two were subsequently replaced by Vocalist Mel Bulian and Guitarist Phil Jarrett, with the addition of Keyboardist Ozan Gol.

Review

Review by Mitch Alexander Mitch Alexander

26 May 2019

Triple J
40

If more melodic blackened death bands could exist and release tracks this good, the world would be a grimmvr place (but it'd be better for it)

If more melodic blackened death bands could exist and release tracks this good, the world would be a grimmvr place (but it'd be better for it)

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

23 Sep 2016

Triple J
40

my skull

my skull

Review

Review by Mitch Alexander Mitch Alexander

22 Sep 2016

Triple J
50

This sounds like Cradle Of Filth if they still tried.
That's not fair on CoF; this is super good.

This sounds like Cradle Of Filth if they still tried.
That's not fair on CoF; this is super good.