Eternal Abhorrence presents: Foreskin / Irritum / MxCx LIVE @ “Lounge Act”



Tickets: 350 rupees. Available at the gate only.

After the success of our last show at BNU, we’re putting on another show on Friday 23rd of May! On the lineup are 3 of the same bands that played at Unsilent Death.

Foreskin – Thrash Metal/Hardcore Punk crossover. Witness the Lahori THVG’s slay the audience with their brand of crossover thrash. Listen to their jams:

Irritum – Funeral Doom. Ghastly riffs, apocalyptic bass-lines, haunting drums and horrific vocals is what you’re in for. Pakistan’s only Funeral Doom band, this is their second live show after Unsilent Death. Their EP is coming soon, check out a promo track at:

Multinational Corporations – Grindcore/Crust/Hardcore Punk ensemble. Screaming about the political and social issues of Pakistan over an array of grinding rhythms and destructive blast-beats. The gig will mark exactly 2 months since their EP “Jamat-al-Maut” was released – which got rave reviews and had kids moshing in their bedrooms all over the world. It’s amassed 9000+ plays on the bandcamp and has been issued on CD by Salute Records:

The gig is taking place at Lounge Act in DHA, Lahore. The address is as follows:
3rd Floor, Plaza-13, S-block, DHA (behind Attock CNG)
Lahore, Pakistan-54810

Contact details:
0300 4351551, 0323 4699594


Eternal Abhorrence is a webzine based in Pakistan that caters to various forms of Metal and Hardcore music. The zine also serves the local scene by organizing shows wherever and whenever possible.
We are also in coalition with Hellfest – an Islamabad based metal festival taking place on the 21st of June.

Eternal Abhorrence presents “UNSILENT DEATH”




Eternal Abhorrence presents ‘UNSILENT DEATH’ – a metal/hardcore gig in Lahore, Pakistan! It will be taking place on Saturday the 26th of April at Beaconhouse National University in Room 125 (Choreography Studio) of Seeta Majid Block.



Final band line-up:



Foreskin – Violent and heavy Hardcore Punk/Thrash Metal crossover from Lahore with a reputation for brutal moshes and crazy circle pits at their shows!

Multinational Corporations – Politically aware Grindcore/Crust/Hardcore Punk from Lahore – just released their debut EP ‘Jamat-al-Maut’ and are set for their debut gig!

Irritum – Funeral Doom from the bowels of Lahore, who will be introducing a live audience to the eternal cult of doomentia for the first time in their history!

The Mothership – Lahore based Jazz/Blues and Prog influenced vintage Rock band The Mothership will be making an appearance at the gig. Prepare to be thrown back into the good ol’ days of virtuoso rock music!

Wreckage – Islamabad/Rawalpindi metal band who play a groove-friendly style of modern death/thrash metal. Despite chugging away in the capital area for five years, these guys are playing in Lahore only for the second time in their history!




Ticket price: 100 rupees!
Timing: It’ll start at 3pm and will end whenever all bands are finished playing their set. Show won’t go on longer than 7pm!

0345-4064728 (Hassan)
0322-5345356 (Sheraz)

This little gig is presented by ETERNAL ABHORRENCE – a metal/hardcore webzine from Lahore, Pakistan.

This is just the beginning of Eternal Abhorrence as not just a webzine, but also a DIY gig/promoting service for local bands. Hopefully we’ll grow from strength to strength once we pull this off.

Death Inquisition – 918 (2012)


Death Inquisition are a fun band, and they make some competent thrash that has a feel of its own. What I like about this band, is that they don’t sound “modern” at all (see: Evile, Lazarus AD and their ilk) and they don’t sound too “retro” either, the way most other contemporary thrash bands sound. If I was to pinpoint their exact sound, it would lie somewhere in between Possessed and D.R.I. or Sodom and Crumbsuckers. It’s basically old school late 80’s extreme thrash with a healthy dose of late 80’s crossover injected into the bloodstream.

Despite carving out an individual sound for themselves, the band does not attempt to push any boundaries in terms of song structure and riff selection, preferring to craft songs that do their primary purpose to the point of perfection – the function being to induce front row headbanging and a maniacal circle pit. There’s even some Hardcore style mosh moments here, for those who like to throw some punches.

Deathinquis lineup

The 4 tracks follow seemingly similar patterns. The riff and vocal combination is quite catchy; demonic riffs are employed with the lyrics having a tendency to repeat a lot. However, to the band’s credit and the benefit of anyone catching this band live, that aspect ends up creates a ‘sing-along’ feel similar to a lot of hardcore bands. Another hardcore aspect of the music is their slower mosh parts, but they still feel quite ‘metal’ due to the riff selection, and the constant attack of the solos. This, along with the lengthy nature of the compositions, keeps bringing the band back into the metal zone despite its flirtations with the hardcore side. Rhythm section is tight, as it should be, the drummer providing some interesting fills in the more monotonous parts of the music to keep the track going, but my favorite part of the overall package of the music is the vocals. Special praise needs to be reserved for the vocalist. He has a unique raspy voice and is brilliant with both the lows and the high pitched parts.

Production can be best described with one word. Savage. And the savage aspect of the production makes the already barbaric music even more flesh-severing. It’s not some fancy job with clear-cut drums, nondescripit bass and industry standard guitars. Nope. It has personality, despite the rawness, and in this genre of Thrash Metal where more and more bands lose their personality the second they step in the studio, it’s a breath of fresh air. My only gripe is that the snare seems a bit too pushed back for my liking, but like I said it’s still tasteful. The razor sharp guitar sound is just addictive!

Anyway, this isn’t something you’ll be listening to often. But when you do, you’ll be thoroughly satisfied. Recommended to fans of Thrash Metal, as well as Hardcore Punk fans who like to hear some evil fucking metal.


Death Inquisition on Facebook

Death Inquisition changed their name to Dead Beat, you can read our review of their demo here.

– Hassan Dozakhi