Blackened speed metal powerhouse SADISTIC FORCE, have unleashed a video for "Iron Rite." The song will be featured on cassette and as an additional bonus track on the Japanese edition CD of their 2023 album Midnight Assassin, available via Spiritual Beast Records this April. The track, coupled with a cover of MOTÖRHEAD's "I’m So Bad (Baby I Don’t Care)" as its B-side, is set to captivate listeners with its balls-out blackened speed metal assault.

Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGSFj70l6CE

Iron Rite is a testament to SADISTIC FORCE's dedication to the essence of heavy metal, a ritual of strength and determination that mirrors the integrity required to wield an iron sword. This release marks a significant step in the band's journey, showcasing a relentless commitment to their craft and the evolution of their sound, influenced by legends like BATHORY, TOXIC HOLOCAUST, and MIDNIGHT.

Pre-order: https://sadisticforce.bandcamp.com/album/iron-rite

About SADISTIC FORCE:
Formed in December 2020 by James Oliver, the band has evolved from a solo project into a formidable trio with Mike Gupta on bass and vocals, and Rom Gov behind the drums, alongside James's lead on guitar, vocals, and songwriting. SADISTIC FORCE combine the subgenres of speed metal, black metal, and thrash metal. The band has quickly become a notable name in the Austin metal scene, nominated for Best Metal Band by the Austin Chronicle and earning praise from Banger TV, Moshville Times and The Metal Pit for their dynamic sound that spans multiple metal genres.

In early 2021, SADISTIC FORCE released their first EP, Pain, Sex, and Rapture. The effort features founding member James Oliver and a mysterious percussionist known only as Hell Troll. Soon after, the duo would team up again for the band’s sophomore EP, Black Moon Sadism, and the digital single, “Lagoon of Doom.” The debut album Aces Wild was unveiled in the fall of 2021 and received critical acclaim. Most recently, SADISTIC FORCE's second full-length album, Midnight Assassin released in October 2023, explored darker and more violent themes.

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