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Kochi to get loud

Posted December 12th, 2018, 10:34 AM IST

Kochi to get loud

One of India’s fiercest death-trash bands, Godless is all set for their first performance in Kerala at Nosh Haus, Aluva on Decmber 16 as they are going all over India with a tour.

From their inauspicious origin within a very exotic metal scene, Godless slowly rose to the very top of the country’s death metal class. Since being formed in the mid-2015 by musicians who have been a part of Indian metal scene for years, Hyderabad based band have been broken to also meddle in other old school metallic forms.

The band through their social media account vowed to play ever faster, meaner, and louder - making sure that their new effort was their fiercest yet. To cement their position on the Indian metal scene as one of the most admired metal acts, Godless won the local Metal Battle India competition, leading to their international live debut at the world’s most prestigious metal festival, Wacken Open Air, in August 2018.

At the musical gig, the opening act will be done by Amorphia a three piece old school thrash metal band from Alappuzha.