Bigfoot Metal Band TROGLODYTE Announce New Album; Release "Meat Your Maker" Featuring Ross Sewage!
Bigfoot-inspired death metal band TROGLODYTE has re-emerged from the Missouri wilderness with their newest bloody slab of brutality, The Hierarchical Ecological Succession: Welcome to the Food Chain.
The album's first single comes in the form of an 8-bit lyric video for the song "Meat Your Maker," featuring guest vocals by Ross Sewage (EXHUMED, GHOUL, IMPALED). Ross had this to say about his contribution, "I was pleased as punch when the mutants in Troglodyte asked me to be a part of their music track, 'Meat Your Maker.' This was in fact because they punched me, repeatedly, until I meekly gurgled out my parts. Don't fuck with Troglodyte."
Check out "Meat Your Maker" now at youtu.be/WLBkynVUKmY.
"Meat Your Maker" is also available on all streaming platforms.
The band’s long-awaited fourth album features a rouge’s gallery of names from the metal community. ORIGIN bassist Mike Flores, who has taken part in numerous live shows with the band for years, is making his first studio appearance, writing and recording bass on the new album. Brent Purgason (aka Pustulus Maximus of GWAR), Shwan Knight (CHILD BITE), and Ross Sewage (EXHUMED, GHOUL, IMPALED) also make guest appearances.
Blood Blast Distribution will release The Hierarchical Ecological Succession: Welcome to the Food Chain on all streaming platforms on 3/5/22.
The Hierarchical Ecological Succession: Welcome to the Food Chain was recorded and mixed by Ryan Vincent/Apollo Audio Alt (Misery Index, Scour). Album artwork by Dusty Peterson (Cattle Decapitation, Six Feet Under, Lamb of God).
TROGLODYTE has been battering audiences with their unique brand of knuckle-dragging metal for well over a decade. Created by special effect artist and music video director Jeff Sisson as an homage to all things Bigfoot, the “creature-features” of the ’70s-’80s and classic death metal.
With titles like "Bring Me the Head of Bigfoot," "Mummified Yeti Hand," "Murderous Bi-Pedal Hominid Rampage (Where are My Legs?)" and "Entrails Torn from a Cryptid’s Gut," these songs are not for the faint of heart or those without a sense of humor.