I must admit that when I heard the band name My Funeral I thought was a doom metal band. I was wrong! The music is 90’s influenced old school violent thrash metal, and a crossover metal vibe. Their latest effort is the EP Graveblaster out December 13th.
My Funeral is a four piece crossover thrash metal outfit from Helsinki, although originally from Jyväskylä, Finland. My Funeral represents the new, more extreme, wave of thrash metal, where old school thrash elements blend with crossover, hardcore and groove metal. My Funeral has released three full-length albums, two EP’s and toured Finland and Europe extensively. The track Thrashcrusher,
In 2019 My Funeral reached the finals of the Finnish band contest Tuska-Torstai, and received very good reviews from thrash legends Janne Joutsenniemi (Stone, Suburban Tribe), Janne Hyrkäs (Mokoma) as well as Laura Vähähyyppä, program host at the Finnish radio channel Radio Roc and Tuska Metal Festival organizer Jouni Markkanen. The track Nuclear Storm,
Last May My Funeral entered the studio and recorded their new EP, named Graveblaster. Graveblaster represents My Funeral’s new sound, with dark, heavy riffs and crushing, versatile sounds. Thematically the EP deals with secluded paths in life and darker sides of the mind, taking influence from bands such as Hatebreed, Pantera and Motörhead.