Thursday, 13 October 2016

Rehearsal March 2016

Friday, 23 September 2016



Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Birth Of Depravity - Live @ 5th GDGS Fest 12/03/2016

2nd album recording sessions

We have currently recorded drums and guitars for our second album!! We are deeply amazed about the killer sound sources our friend and producer George (Mass Infection-Infected Studios) set up and recorded!! This guy has efficient and geometrical perception of the room and space combined with how the band plays and sounds like. The songs are not mixed and mastered yet but they sound like they are!! The sources are extremly killer!! If you want serious and professional work for your band from a cool and patient guy who loves what he is doing and has exact knowledge of recording/producing/mixing and mastering, you must go to Infected Studios!!

Wednesday, 16 March 2016


Θέλουμε να ευχαριστήσουμε όλους όσους ήρθαν και μας τίμησαν με την παρουσία τους στο GREEK DEATH GRIND SCENE, όλες τις μπάντες που μοιραστήκαμε μαζί το stage. Ένα θερμό ευχαριστώ στο Γιάννη Ξανθόπουλο που μας έκανε την τιμή να μας καλέσει στο festival και για όλο το support που έχει κάνει για την Ελληνική DEATH/GRIND σκηνή. Επίσης ένα μεγάλο ευχαριστώ στους φοβερούς ηχολήπτες Γιώργο (Mass Infection) & Γιώργο Μπρίγκο. Χαιρετούμε όλους τους φίλους που συναντήσαμε, παλιούς και νέους, ήταν μια ξεχωριστή βραδιά, περάσαμε τέλεια! Πάντα τέτοια!! Να είστε όλοι καλά!! CHEERS!!

Monday, 8 February 2016

Thursday, 14 November 2013

"The Coming of the Ineffable" Official t-shirts from Groupies Merch!!

"The Coming Of The Ineffable" short and long sleeve t-shirts by Groupies Merch!

"The Coming of the Ineffable" Official t-shirts from Endless Torture Merch!!

"The Coming Of The Ineffable" short sleeve t-shirt by Endless Torture Merch!

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Sunday, 18 November 2012

Review "The Coming of the Ineffable" from Spain Death Metal Webzine

Absolutely "Brutal", the first album on CD of the Greek band BIRTH OF DEPRAVITY. "The Coming of the Ineffable" is the name of the entitled album full of Brutal Death Metal from start to finish.

Their sound is slightly "dark", but this time not out of tune or dislike for anything in a job well done.

Through ten tracks and just over thirty-five minutes long, the band shows a potential Greek worthy fit and stay in the underground scene.

An album full of only one thing: Brutality, which is carried out to perfection. Topics fast, mixed voices (of guttural schizophrenic), and riffs "tricky".

"The Coming of the Ineffable" is for this server, another essential disc in my collection.

Review is translated from Spanish to English.

Original review can be found here :

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Monday, 29 October 2012

Official Birth Of Depravity Logo T-Shirts!!!


Monday, 22 October 2012

Sunday, 30 September 2012

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Review "The Coming of the Ineffable" from Brutal Carnage Webzine

As we know with the Russian proverb “There is everything in Greece”. I don’t know is there really “everything”, but I’m sure that the economical crisis is. As every Russian I know that it’s not fucking funny at all. It seems that the time of crisis isn’t proper time to make music because you should better think about your loans and food rather than play metal. But music is really unpredictable thing. Crisis made evil blood run faster through musician’s veins supplying their rage and despite. Hatred transformed to music which is crushing us from the soundtracks. We were provided recently with releases of Abnormal Inhumane and Terorrdrome, Murder Made God (ex-Human Rejection) are going to release their first album. Also the old school technical trio from Thessaloniki did the hefty kick in the ass of capitalism with their debut album. “The Coming Of The Ineffable” is full of anger and hatred which can easily make the modern tech-riffs bands cry like young girls while listening this stuff.
Recording of “The Coming Of The Ineffable” has been stretched in time for seven long months and was taken place at home of Birth Of Depravity. So band gave birth to ten thick pieces of old school death metal. You know, in 1990th the heyday of this sort of music, it had crushed club’s walls and metalheads’ skulls. Here we have high-speed technical guitar riffs, scratchy guitar sound, drum tornado and finally evil vocal indeed. All this parts can’t leave you indifferent if you think that death metal must be quintessence of hatred and hymn of violence but not the pussy soundtrack for booze and mosh-dance. The only one flaw I’ve found is the lack of hits (or it’s not a flaw at all?) – I can hardly recognize the difference amongst the tracks. If look at the other sight it makes “The Coming Of The Ineffable” perfectly monolithic without any cracks or notches although it consists of ten different parts. I should admit that sound, which was made in Block 33 Studio, is not the sample of the best sound quality. Guitar sound is a little bit filthy, drums are mild, bass is totally inaudible. Nevertheless I’ve found there something attractive in the final mix and production made by Thanasis Papaefthimiou) and for this old school zest I’m ready to forgive all record flaws.
In final I want to say a couple of words about album design. If you ask me why only a couple I’ll answer you that I’ve got only promo-CD without full design. But it’s enough to say that cover-art (by George “Grin” Prasinis) is completely amazing. You can investigate this phantasmagoric scene for hours because front page was painted with regards to every little part of it. Art adds a score to the finale value of the release. Noteworthy is the fact that “The Coming Of The Ineffable” was released with the support of Russian label Anopsys Records cooperated with Inherited Suffering Records. This alliance have picked up a really high speed and launched into the music orbit lots of new bands. It’s not the first one from Greece (Abnormal Inhumane is the first) so it seems that metal scene in Greece is under these labels permanent monitoring and control. Signing of Birth Of Depravity was the right decision made by our headhunters because this band has a big potential and clear targets and it means that they will have their own fans.

Review is translated from Russian to English.

Original review can be found here :

Saturday, 28 April 2012

Interview with Brutal Area Webzine

KJ: Hi, can you tell when and how the initial formation of your band?
Theo: I had some riffs back in 2005 and was looking for members to form the band...actually i was looking for certain personalities and not for anyone that might be found on my i met Liakos (our first singer) and then i had done some rehearsals in the studio with some drummers but could not continue due to several reasons with the old drummers so i met Jim through a friend of mine in 2007...Jim had the guts, the appetite and the talent that i needed from a drummer, so we started practicing together. Later in 2008 Greg joined the band for vocals.

KJ: tell me how to sign in with Anopsys Record?
Theo: Dmitry from Anopsys found us from our web pages and emailed us asking if we would like him to release our debut album. His offer and help was great and we really appreciate this!

KJ: What is the title in your first album?
Theo: It's called "The Coming Of The Ineffable".

KJ: How to respond to the expectations of your first album?
Theo: Our expectations for the album is when someone listens to it, to start bang his head on the wall, destroying things arround, doing body building, fighting with other people or even comit suicide! lol hahaha ok, seriously, our expectations is that if people like our music, then that makes us happy!

KJ: What is the purpose of your band in the future?
Theo: Write more songs, record a second album and do some gigs.

KJ: lyrics in the songs about?
Theo: Lyrics are influenced by our experiences, feelings and views in life and in the distorted and twisted scumfucked human society, hatred, depravation, filth and things like that.

KJ: What about the recording process? what are the constraints?
Theo: It was a great experience and a lot of fun. Fortunately our friend and producer Thanasis was working in the studio were we recorded our debut and the recording was cheaper for us. But also we were prepared a lot before going to record the album because we didn't wanted to waste time and money. Well i cant say that there were any constraits.

KJ: Did the wives and lovers of the personnel you support what you do?
Theo: Well they like what we do and care for us...but that's all i think.

KJ: how the death metal scene in Greece?
Theo: Strong....there are great new bands coming arround and some others that are on hiatus but still their music kicks ass.

KJ: In the event what you feel, it's a satisfactory stage?
Theo: Yes it is! It's a great feeling when people tell us that they like what we do!

KJ: There's a message for readers?
Theo: I'd like to say hello to everyone that has supported us in any way! Thanks for the interview! Hails!

Friday, 27 April 2012

Interview with The Core Of Brutality Webzine

1. Can i get a backstory on the band/ band biography?
Greg: Theo and Jim started playing together around 2006, I think. Eventually they started writing material for Birth of Depravity. Along with them before the time I joined, was another vocalist, I think his name was Liakos, who later left the band. I had already known Theo a couple of years at that time. He had heard my previous band, Comatose, and I guess he liked what he heard, so when Jim and Theo recorded the 2008 promo, he asked me if I wanted to be part of it. I heard the tracks, which blew me away, so I was really happy to add vocals to the songs. From there on, slowly, more and more material was written until eventually we came to where we are now, the release of our debut album.

2. What lyrical theme do you guys use in your music? What message do you want to send?
Greg: We definitely didn’t want to be another band with gore and horror lyrical themes, not to say that there’s another wrong with them. Instead we opted to comment on things that affect our lives directly, from various thoughts on society to our own personal feelings on situations and things happening around us, but not restrictive to just that. It really comes down to what’s on our mind and of course what the music brings out of us.

3. How have the gigs you guys been doing been?
Greg: We’ve only done one gig unfortunately, which was great at the time. Sorry I can’t answer this question better…

4. What equipment do you guys use?
Greg: Well, I just use whatever mic is available, but I recorded the album with a Shure SM58. Jim uses Demon Drive double pedal and Theo uses a Jackson Performer ps4 guitar, a Seymoor Dunkan Invader humbucker picup and a GT3 Boss guitar effects processor...but that’s about all I know.

5. What bands have influenced your band and its sound?
Greg: Theo and Jim writes the music, so this is more for them I guess, but I do know Theo’s really into old Deicide and that he likes old school death metal and thrash a lot too. Jim on the other hand digs Nile and a lot of more modern (I guess you can say) brutal death metal, like Disavowed. I can’t exactly tell you what consciously influences their style and writing, though, but we definitely draw influence from brutal death metal and other similar genres.

6. Do you remember your first show and what was it like?
Greg: We’ve only done one show, so I’d have a problem, if I didn’t. It was fun and I hope to do it again some time in the close future.

7. What made you guys decide to form a band?
Greg: A love for the music we play as well as a desire to create it. Simple really...

8. What is your opinion on sites posting your guys material and other bands material?
Greg: I personally don’t have an issue with this practice, as I think it’s a great way to get your music out there, so to speak. After all, while we make music for our own satisfaction, we also want people to hear it. We put effort into creating our music, we enjoy it. If there’s anyone else that does too, we want them to hear it. It’s can be really good promotion, especially in a world where underground music doesn’t get anywhere near the same exposure as the mainstream does. I think that these criteria create the need for such sites, as a means of helping people find new music in a scene that already requires a certain degree of dedication to searching out new bands and music. I also believe that if people really like what you’re doing they will support you and purchase your releases, even if they can find it online for free.

9. Is there any bands that you guys enjoyed playing with more then the others?
Greg: Not really.

10. How do you guys feel about the classifications in metal? like deathcore, metalcore and other subgenres and how some get a negative rep.
Greg: I find classifying a bit trivial and pointless, since there’s so much variety to be found, even within one genre’s sub-categories. Everyone has their preferences, but I don’t think that means only one classification of metal, or any music for that matter, should exclude you from listening to another. As for deathcore and metalcore, I don’t have anything nice to say, so…

11. What song do you enjoy playing the most?
Greg: Dehumanization by Hellfire, there’s just something about that track.

12. When not doing things with the band, what can you guys be seen doing?
Greg: Well, I like to play some drums and videogames, myself.

13. Your biggest band moment?
Greg: Hands down, the recording of our debut album. We’re friends before band mates, and it’s always great to be around friends, especially when in the context of working together for a goal, in our case, The Coming of the Ineffable was that goal.

14. What is your opinion on the current state of metal?
Greg: Prolific is one word that comes to mind for sure. I guess it’s like any genre of music, there’s good stuff to be found, but there also a lot of shit to sift through to find it. The more you dig the more you’ll find, I suppose.

15. How did you guys come up with your band name?
Greg: I guess it’s about Theo’s idea of wanting to create sick and twisted music. But this is really something only Theo can answer.

16. What can the fans expect to see from you in the future?
Greg: More brutal death metal in the same vein. We like what we do and we want to do more of it.
Thank you for your support. Cheers and pass it to the left.

Tuesday, 6 March 2012

The Coming of the Ineffable (Debut album 2012)

"The Coming of the Ineffable" was recorded at "Block 33" studio in Thessaloniki, Greece with producer and sound engineer our good friend Thanasis Papaefthimiou (Extreme Violence / Enter the dragon Home Studios). Guitars and drums recorded at Block 33 Studio from 27 October 2010 to 3 November 2010. Bass recorded on 12 April 2011 at Enter the Dragon Home Studios. Vocals recorded by Greg from January 2011 to February 2011. Produced, mixed and mastered by Thanasis Papaefthimiou at Enter the Dragon Home Studios. The album shall be released by Anopsys / Inherited Suffering Records from Russia on April 2012.
Front cover artwork is created by George "GRIN" Prasinis.

Track listing:
1. Enormous Voracity (3:54)
2. Developed Mass Insanity (3:46)
3. Subconsciously Confined (2:45)
4. Enslaved in Somnium (4:49)
5. Ingrained Abnormality (3:47)
6. Misconceived Superiority (3:14)
7. Towers of Disillusion (4:43)
8. Patterns of Hatred (2:50)
9. Dehumanization by Hellfire (2:26)
10.The Coming of the Ineffable (3:25)

Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Interview with Blackened Horde Zine

Summon: How did the band get started?
Greg: Well, the band was started by our guitarist, Theo. He had that songs and ideas dating back to 2005 and eventually found Jim to play the drums. I’m not sure when during this period the original vocalist, Liakos, fits in, but I can tell you that I joined shortly after Theo and Jim recorded the tracks on our promo (2-3 August, 2008). Theo just called me up one day and asked if I would be interested in doing vocals for Birth of Depravity, I of course was. He sent me the tracks, which blew me away, and that’s that.

Summon: What kind of music do you play?
Greg: Straight up brutal death metal, man. Enough said.

Summon: How has the band response been?
Greg: The response has been great, nothing but positive reviews and comments from both sides of the spectrum, from friends to total strangers.

Summon: Where did the band name come from?
Greg: The band name is Theo’s conception.

Summon: Introduce the band members
Greg: Well, Theo’s our guitarist and bassist on recordings, Jim is our drummer and I’m Greg, on vocals.

Summon: Who writes the music? Lyrics?
Greg: Theo writes all the music while Jim ties it all together on the drum set . Lyrics are written by Theo and me, mostly together, some on my own.

Summon: And where do the lyric ideas come from?
Greg: From general disdain for things and situations that are prevalent around us to various thoughts on society. There are definitely some personal feelings and thoughts in the lyrics, as well as one song which is about something totally different, namely about a super-massive black hole devouring our corner of the universe. I think it can be said that we just write about our interests and what’s on our mind while trying to take some inspiration as to direction of the lyrics from the actual music itself.

Summon: What is your view in Satanism and Occultism?
Greg: Personally, I couldn’t care less. But, to each, his own I guess.

Summon: How many albums/CD’s have you released?
Greg: As of this the moment of this interview, just the promo, but we are in the finals stages of our first full length album, Coming of the Ineffable.

Summon: Tell me about some the songs on the latest CD?
Greg: Our debut is still unreleased, but I can tell you that the tracks on it are more brutal than the promo. I also think as songs they show more maturity than the promo. We’ve got ten tracks, nine new and one re-recorded from the promo (Dehumanization by Hellfire) that we’re very pleased with and anxious to share with everybody.

Summon: Do you have any side projects?
Greg: No, not really. I did vocals for a band, Comatose, prior to Birth of Depravity as well as a very brief period with Jim in another band, Remnants of Flesh, as live members. I’ve also done some stuff with Devastation of Life, and I think Jim might have played drums for some other bands during the same period of Birth of Depravity, but I’m not sure. Basically Birth of Depravity comes first and foremost.

Summon: Who are some of your musical influences?
Greg: Well, we obviously listen to a lot of death metal and brutal death metal. Not to mention grindcore and just metal in general. But we listen to all kinds of music, even if we only draw inspiration for Birth of Depravity from the same and/or similar genres.

Summon: Which current bands?
Greg: Too fucking many to name…

Summon: What is the band like when you play live?
Greg: We’ve only played live once, but I can tell you it was a blast. We’re friends that happen to be in a band together, and we like to have a good time, so that’s what we do.

Summon: What was the best band you played with?
Greg: Ummm….

Summon: Have you guys ever played in another country?
Greg: No, unfortunately not. But we would definitely love to sometime.

Summon: How big of crowd shows up at shows usually?
Greg: Haha…during our one show, I really don’t know.

Summon: How is the crowd response when you play?
Greg: Once again, during our one show, it was great.

Summon: What is your opinion on the conflict of Black Metal Vs Death Metal?
Greg: I like both styles myself, even if I do prefer the latter, so personally I fail to see the conflict.

Summon: What do you think of the US Black/Death Metal scene?
Greg: Strong.

Summon: What do you think of the Overseas scenes?
Greg: Strong, just like the US scene, although I’ve always felt there’s a totally different vibe to at least what’s coming out of the European scene in comparison to the US counterpart. Not to say it’s better or worse, just different.

Summon: What are some of new favorite Black/Death Metal bands?
Greg: “New”? I’m drawing a total blank here. I love a lot of classic bands of these genres, some still playing and some not, but once again, way too many to start naming.

Summon: When do you guys plan on writing any new material?
Greg: Theo is pretty much always coming up with new material. Even now, nearing the release of our debut he’s already working on a couple of new tracks.

Summon: What does the future hold for the band??
Greg: Good question. For starters the release of our debut, from there on, new material and hopefully some live shows eventually.

Monday, 6 June 2011