Band Profile

Warbeast

Warbeast
Hometown: Arlington, Texas Current Label: Unsigned or Unknown Websites: Facebook Profile
Band Members: Bruce Corbitt - Vocals, Scott Shelby - Lead Guitar, Joey Gonzalez - Drums, Drew Shoup - Lead Guitar, Lyric Ferchaud - Bass ---------------------------
**Past Band Members** -
Rick Perry - Lead Guitar,
Alan Bovee - Bass,
Dre Karst - Bass,
Bobby Tillotson - Lead Guitar,
Casey Orr - Bass

Warbeast Bio:

"Krush The Enemy" was released in 2010, their debut CD on Philip Anselmo’s Housecore Records. It featured ten tracks covering a wide range of metal terrain aimed squarely at the neck-snapping headbanger in the front row. For WARBEAST, “metal” means high speed riffing, thunderous double bass, roaring vocals and plenty of blazing guitar solos.

On their second full-length album for Housecore Records, "Destroy", Warbeast unleashed an uncompromising and unbridled thrash assault. Living up to its moniker, the collection sees the Texas outfit sharpen their claws and bare their teeth even more than before.

In the spring of 2012, Warbeast hunkered down to record "Destroy" with legendary Pantera and Down frontman and label founder Philip H. Anselmo behind the board. While locked in Anselmo's studio, Nodferatu's Lair, they set their sights on upping the ante across the board from their 2010 Housecore Records debut, "Krush The Enemy".

"This album is simply meaner and heavier than our first," affirms Corbitt. "We've managed to keep the variety we had, but we allowed ourselves more freedom to go beyond the traditional songwriting patterns. It's less predictable. We've evolved as a band, and Destroy proves it."

Building up to the release of Destroy, two Warbeast tracks "It" and "Birth of a Psycho" share a split with Anselmo's solo material entitled, "War of the Gargantuas". It's only a prelude of what's to come though.

At the end of the day, it's about unmitigated destruction for these five individuals. "I want people to feel like they've been hit with a sledgehammer ten times in a row when they hear this," concludes Corbitt. "As long as they feel strongly about, we've accomplished our mission."

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