Goresoerd is Estonian project that started out in 2004, and they has quickly evolved into the spearhead of intelligent, vicious and tongue-in-cheek extreme music in the Estonian scene. For their fifth full-length Kain, Goresoerd were influenced by Bible’s Cain and Abel, where Cain became the first murderer ever. With evilness and darkness always lurking in every corner, there are some fast and heavier songs on this record and also some more melodic stuff when compared to previous efforts. The official video Vaid Üks Padrun featuring Robert Linna,
Goresoerd blasted off as an idea for a project after some collaboration between Kari Vellet and Stig Lindeberg of Symbolic State in late 2004. Back then it was just for fun and experimenting, a short foray from their main band. They used a drum machine, as it gave them some advantage, skipping the part of a real drummer’s trials and tribulations in the studio. In the beginning it was meant to be grind, but after inducing humor and even some elements of parody, they found themselves head over heels committed to the project. The track Neetud,
In December 2016 the band released Antikeha that translated is Antibody and their fourth album. The poison green publication is like an expansion of the previous long play, where characteristic aggressiveness is fulfilled with melodic vocals at times. Video singles Neetud and 66 are a good example for that.