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Slaughter to Prevail's Explosive Night at Brooklyn Paramount


Photo: Ehud Lazin

On March 15, 2024, the Brooklyn Paramount in New York bore witness to a metal spectacle like no other as Slaughter to Prevail took the stage. Known for their brutal sound and intense performances, the Russian deathcore band, formed in 2014, has rapidly gained a dedicated following. With Alex Terrible's guttural vocals leading the charge, the band has consistently delivered music that pushes the boundaries of the genre.




The evening kicked off with an electrifying performance of "Bonebreaker," immediately setting the tone for a night of unrelenting intensity. The crowd, already charged with anticipation, responded with fervor, launching into a mosh pit that didn’t let up throughout the night.


Setlist:


Bonebreaker

CONFLICT

Agony

1984

Skull And Bones (Unreleased track)

Baba Yaga

Behelit (Unreleased track)

Bratva

Hell

Viking

K.O.D (Unreleased track)

Du hast (Rammstein cover)

Demolisher

I Killed a Man



"CONFLICT" and "Agony" followed, each song a testament to the band's ability to blend technical proficiency with raw, unfiltered emotion. Alex Terrible's vocal range, from deep growls to piercing screams, was on full display, showcasing why he's considered one of the best in the genre.



The band then introduced "Skull And Bones," an unreleased track that hints at their evolving sound. It was a powerful addition to the set, with intricate riffs and bone-crushing breakdowns that kept the energy levels soaring.


When the familiar intro to "Baba Yaga" started, the crowd erupted. The song, one of their most popular tracks, was delivered with ferocious energy, and the audience’s participation turned it into a communal experience.


Photos: Ehud Lazin


Another highlight was their rendition of Rammstein’s "Du hast." Slaughter to Prevail’s unique take on the iconic track retained the industrial heaviness of the original while adding their distinct deathcore flavor, much to the delight of the fans.


Closing the night with "Demolisher" and "I Killed a Man," the band left the stage on a high note. The sheer brutality of these final tracks ensured that the audience left with ringing ears and racing hearts.



Throughout the performance, Slaughter to Prevail demonstrated their tight musicianship and commanding stage presence. The synergy between the band members was evident, with each bringing their A-game to create a cohesive and powerful sound. The unreleased tracks provided a tantalizing glimpse into the band's future direction, hinting at more evolution and innovation.


Slaughter to Prevail’s concert at Brooklyn Paramount was a full-blown assault on the senses. For the fans who packed the venue, it was a night to remember—one that solidified the band’s reputation as a powerhouse in the metal scene.


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