The fertile east coast death metal scene has poured forth some seriously formidable bands over the last decade, but there are few that can match the sheer visceral power and razor-sharp songwriting skills of Marlborough, Massachusetts’ Abnormality. Marrying the ceaseless brutality coming out of New York and New England to the hyper-blasting intensity endemic to Quebecois death metal, the quintet delivers music that is as unrelenting as it is passionate.
Formed in 2005, the band drew its members from the ranks of units such as Teratism, Forced Asphyxiation, Goratory, and Sexcrement, and they have worked patiently and persistently to build up a grassroots following, maintaining their integrity while steadily expanding beyond their local scene. While initially envisaged as a side project between Sundaramurthy, Blaisdell, and guitarist Jeremy Henry, their intent was to write high quality, technical and heavy music, and as this crystallized a desire to bombard audiences grew. Embracing their network of fans, they have toured extensively and proved themselves a dominating force no matter what size stage they play on, performing from coast to coast and border to border, as well as racking up festival appearances in the United States, Colombia, and Europe. In 2014 they tore up the continent while on the road with Dehumanized, Malignancy
While 2018 marks the 13th year of Abnormality‘s existence, the savage anger and urgency driving the bands latest full length on Metal Blade Records, Mechanisms Of Omniscience, is the sound of the hungriest of bands, generating an intoxicating energy. This Energy will serve as the fuel for the bands new release on Metal Blade Records in early 2019.