NECROMANCING THE STONE – This Playthrough of “Ritualistic Demise” is No Walk on the Beach (Well, Sorta)

In case you missed it, Necromancing the Stone are back with a brand new bass playthrough by none other than their bassist, Ryan “Bart” Williams. Now, you may be saying to yourself, “That’s great and all, but where did they even shoot this playthrough?”. Well, even metalheads need to go out into the light of day eventually, and that’s why this playthrough takes place on a beautifully sun-soaked beach. Surf’s up, little man.

These dudes are a five-piece heavy metal group comprised of current/former members of acts such as Arsis and The Black Dahlia Murder. Their track “Ritualistic Demise” is off the band’s 2016 album Jewel of the Vile, which was released in August 5th on Metal Blade Records. Ryan “Bart” Williams takes us on a sunny stroll (in 60fps nonetheless!) all while getting his fingerstyle bass on. The riffs are brutal, the vocals tight, and the bass is nothing short of crushing. Tone for days.

The band is currently finishing up a tour with Whitechapel, Cattle Decapitation, Goatwhore, and Allegaeon, as part of the Metal Blade Records 35th Anniversary Tour. For more info, head on over to their Facebook page and get necromanced on.

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Gear Gods Senior Editor who studied Recording Technology at UW Oshkosh. Trying to put his midwestern attitude and hipster fashion sense to good use.