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One-Man Metal Act Has ‘Too Much Blood’ + Not Enough Practice [Watch]

One pretty cool thing about metal is that it encourages nearly every fan to start a band and make some music of their own. One pretty bad thing about metal is that it also encourages nearly every fan to start a band and make some music of their own. This video falls into that ‘bad’ category.

Under the moniker of Poetic Assassin, this man unleashed the devastating song ‘Inverti in Darkness’ upon the masses in 2007. The lyrics are a crude take on the gore fixation of death metal, and ultimately winds up being more on the humorous side than intimidating. We applaud this man’s efforts regardless because there is no shame in expressing your creative side.

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