The heretic’s fork was a torture device favored by the Inquisition, and it was both so simple in its construction and so effective that it’s difficult not to be at least mildly impressed. It was basically a leather strap with a two-headed, two-pronged fork attached to it. One side went into the fleshy part under the accused’s chin, the other on the stern…well, and you can probably guess the rest. The cruelest part, though, was that the tines of the forks were deliberately not long enough to kill someone instantaneously should he or she decide enough is enough and try to end the misery.
Herectic Fork is therefore a most suitable name for a brutal death metal band. They offer impossibly downtrend riffs, inhumanly guttural vocals, and wall-to-wall blast beats. In other words, some seriously sick shit. From the darkest reaches of the abyss comes The Herectic Forks and they will release the debut Tormentore on October 31.
Tormentore features eight tracks of guttural, cavernous vocals, subsonic riffing and insane blast beats. Faces will melt, and bones will be crushed to dust under the weight of this hell-spawned and demented beast. Cloaked in enigma, this is a band that operates under strict conditions of anonymity, preferring to let their warped, yet intense brand of brutal death metal stand on its own. Little is known about The Heretics Fork, but the threat is real. Very real. And it’s coming. You have been warned.