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Denver doomers In The Company of Serpents welcome their newest member bassist bassist/multi-instrumentalist Ben Pitts (Vimana, Black Sleep Of Kali, To Be Eaten, False Cathedrals).

Vocalist/guitarist Grant Netzorg says of the addition, “We are happy to announce the addition of Ben Pitts to the lineup. [Drummer] Joe [Weller Myer] and I have discussed adding a multi-instrumentalist for quite a while, as we’re eager to broaden our songwriting options beyond the limitations of a two-piece. We’re in the midst of writing our next album currently, so the timing is perfect to welcome Ben to the fold. He’ll be holding down bass duties, while also contributing parts on lap-steel guitar and layering in other instrumental pieces that we’ve previously had to confine to the studio. This new chapter for the band opens a wealth of new creative possibilities for us, and we’re excited to give everyone a taste of this as Ben joins us on our dates surrounding Scorched Tundra Fest.”

8/30/2018 Lookout Lounge – Omaha, NE w/ Dopecorpse, Rift
8/31/2018 Hexagon Bar – Minneapolis, MN w/ Former Worlds
9/01/2018 Scorched Tundra Fest 2018 @ The Empty Bottle – Chicago, IL w/ Monolord, Sumac, Lair Of The Minotaur, Yakuza, Telekinetic Yeti, Couch Slut
9/02/2018 Vaudeville Mews – Des Moines, IA w/ Aseethe, Traffic Death

Check out In The Company Of Serpents latest album Ain​-​Soph Aur over at their Bandcamp.

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Denver doom bringers, IN THE COMPANY OF SERPENTS, will bring their chest-caving tidings to the stage this March on a short but pummeling run of live incursions. Set to commence on March 6th in Salt Lake City, the duo will trounce nine cities down the West Coast and into the Southwest with additional rituals in the plotting stages.

Comments the band, “We are looking forward to our first tour of the West Coast, and are stoked about the bands we are playing with along the way. Venues and supporting bands will be announced in the coming weeks as we tie up the final details, but rest assured that each show has a killer lineup of some of the best heavy bands running. Let the waves of fuzz roll over you, empty your mind, and worship at the throne of Ohms.”

Can’t make it out to a show? Watch IN THE COMPANY OF SERPENTS crush the stage of The Gothic Theatre last Fall courtesy of Steel For Brains, RIGHT HERE.

 For tour dates, don’t be a little bitch scared of snakes…click HERE.

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In The Company Of Serpents stream “A Union Of Opposites”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Monday, November 10, 2014 at 8:47 AM (PST)


Cvlt Nation is streaming “A Union Of Opposites”, a new sonic landslide from In The Company Of Serpents that groans and moans like the bastard child of Leviathan and Neurosis. This beast of a statement seems to be about reconciling darkness and light within oneself, a task we all must undertake in life.

Merging In Light is the forthcoming EP from the band. Produced, mixed and mastered by Dave Otero (Cephalic Carnage, Catheter, Nightbringer, Primitive Man, Cobalt, etc.) at Flatline Audio in Denver, Colorado, Merging In Light is sure to be a worthy candidate for destroying the remnants of your hearing.

In celebration of its upcoming release, today Cvlt Nation hurls forth near ten-minute closing psalm, “A Union Of Opposites,” for public consumption noting simply and accurately that, “this track punishes you with its massive presence, but also keeps the mammoth groove in their riffs.”

Check the new song out HERE.

Merging In Light will be released on December 21st, 2014, the winter solstice, via the band’s official BandCamp page at THIS LOCATION.

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Glory and Gore: Showing some horned love to Necrolust

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, January 15, 2014 at 6:23 PM (PST)


Ok, so it is a cold, winter night and I am drinking yet more coffee. I’d just listened to Landmine Marathon’s “Certain Death” three times in a row and had an idea. Feeling solidarity for my fellow metal journos and headbangers out there (cuz the real fans live for this shit). That said, tonight we are gonna plug the new Necrolust blog of metal scribe “Grim” Kim Kelly.

Necrolust is a new blog dedicated to posting random songs by bands Kim digs, and she knows what she is talking about. Kim is always doing more cool and metal things than most people I know, including usually myself. You can hear songs on her blog by Metal Riot favorites like In The Company of Serpents plus bands with names like Goat Penis and Rectal Hygenics I don’t think we have profiles for over here yet. Kim knows how to find the most obscure bands hiding under Satan’s charcoals and make them belch up brimstone.

She recently posted on Facebook:

“Introducing my new website, Necrolust! After spending the last ten years writing about obscure, underground, under-appreciated and generally awesome extreme metal for various publications, I wanted to dedicate my own tiny slice of the interwebs to my discoveries. Page 1 explains it more, but for now, come on in…”

Check it out HERE.

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Interview – Grant Netzorg of In The Company Of Serpents

Posted by longhairedpoet on Monday, December 23, 2013 at 7:11 AM (PST)

Of the Flock

Back in 2012 I first got turned on to In The Company of Serpents, I think because of Grant’s awesome willingness to reach out to bloggers such as myself. He gave me the chance to review his band’s awesome self titled debut that August and then that October we did our first formal interview. Now Grant & Co. are back with In The Flock (a review of which you can expect soon) and him and I sat down to chat a bit about this awesome new release and what ITCOS are up to!

Check it out here.

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In The Company of Serpents release “Of The Flock”

Posted by longhairedpoet on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 6:05 PM (PST)

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Denver Doomers In The Company of Serpents have released their sophomore effort Of The Flock.

Released on Halloween this year, this album is definitely worth a listen for all fans of doom metal.

Of The Flock sees Joseph Weller Myer replacing JJ Anselmi on the drums.

Of The Flock was mixed and mastered by Billy Anderson (Sleep).

Stream Of The Flock and check out the awesome vinyl options for the album here.

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