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TONIGHT! Tonic Lounge – Portland, OR

July 10th, 2014

New Merch and Washington Mini-Tour

October 21st, 2013



New T-Shirts,Patches and other merch just in time for these upcoming dates!!! See ya on the road Washington!!!!

Fri October 25th Spanaway, WA - Uncle Sam’s American Bar & Grill W/ Pre Embaled and Kranial Saw
Sat October 26th Aberdeen, WA - Artic Grange W/ Toe Tag,Motar and more
Sun October 27th – looking for a show otherwise drinking beer and watching football. if you can help book a show please message us.
Mon October 28th Seattle, WA – 2 bit saloon W/ SkinWalker,Reficul and A God Or Another

Sarcalogos opening for Finntroll!

September 16th, 2013

Sarcalogos is opening for Finnish folk metal legends FINNTROLL! We’ll have advance tickets for less than door price. Get Ready Portland!

New Interview

July 30th, 2013

“What are some of the lyrical topics and subjects the band explores with the music?

It’s changed a lot over the years, anything from Evil, Drugs, Strippers, Apocalypse, Depression, Suicide, Faults of the church, Sex. All the good stuff!”

Read the full interview at OccultBlackMetalZine Click Here >>


New Reviews!

June 7th, 2013

Occult Black Metal Zine has reviewed all of our releases! Check them out and keep an eye open for an interview coming soon!

http://occultblackmetalzine.blogspot.com/2013/06/sarcalogostour-demo-2013-review.html

http://occultblackmetalzine.blogspot.com/2013/06/sarcalogosin-name-of-christ-killer.html

http://occultblackmetalzine.blogspot.com/2013/06/scaralogosthe-cleansing-power-of.html

New Songs Online

April 18th, 2013

Our latest recordings from “Tour Demo 2013″ are now online and available for digital download!

Check em out at http://sarcalogos.bandcamp.com/

West coast tour starts tomorrow!

February 26th, 2013

See tour dates page for full schedule!

New Song Online!

January 3rd, 2013

New Music on Bandcamp

September 21st, 2012

Got the tour demo online! Also we have about 3 new songs ready for the next EP which we will be recording this winter, the test recordings we have been doing are turning out awesome, for now, go check this out!!

http://sarcalogos.bandcamp.com/

Tour Demo Review

September 4th, 2012

I’ve never been much of a black metal fan — if I even remotely came to liking any of that stuff I’d prefer to hear it mixed with thrash metal elements (since thrash metal is really my territory when it comes to extreme music). Bands like Sodom, Sarcofago, Venom, and Celtic Frost did it quite well for me, to be quite frank.

Having said that, I’m not the least bit surprised that this demo sounds like good ‘ol raw black metal: Sarcalogos Occisor’s screams and growls bring a young Tom Angelripper to mind (he should consider that a very nice compliment as I am very picky when it comes to most modern black metal vocalists). The riffs are a bit noisy, sure, but they’re still pulled off quite nicely for this style of music. It’s too bad that it’s just him on guitars and D. Phillips on drums, as I feel having a bassist onboard could have thickened their sound much better. Nonetheless, both musicians perform quite well here.

This demo CD-R was given to me when I went to go see Sarcalogos play in June 2012. The band was unfortunately the first one to go up, although throughout their set they still fucking tore shit apart! Lots of fun that night.

“Pray. Worship. Burn.” is the opener here, and it is far by my top favorite track so far. The band comes ripping through with a fierce motherfucker of a riff that just thrashes your ass off. Then it kicks off with blastbeats. The song slows down a tad during the bridge section, but quickly picks up the pace again on the chorus and onwards. Following up is the track “Bloodletting Upon the Altar” which is a bit more melodic and sounds more controlled than the opener.

Songs “In Nomine Sarcalogos Occisor (In the Name of the Christ Killer)” and “Perversum Crucis (Invert the Crucifix)” were recorded with session drummer Shane Brown (ex-Mortal Remains, The Drip). His style however is more grindcore than black metal, I would say. But he does bring a bit of a technical twist to the music. It’s only a shame the snare and bass drums are nearly nonexistent throughout the jams!

Looking forward to hearing more from these guys. So yeah, if you are into old school black metal, prepare to get your face thrashed by Sarcalogos!

RATING: 3 dismembered goats out of 5

Review by Alan @ hardasiron