|Origin||Brooklyn, New York|
|Genres||Black metal, experimental metal, noise rock, post-metal|
|Associated acts||Guardian Alien|
|Past members||Greg Fox
Liturgy is an American black metal band from Brooklyn, New York. Originally the solo project of Hunter Hunt-Hendrix, the band expanded to a four piece in 2008, after the release of the 12" Immortal Life, which was followed in 2009 with their debut album Renihilation. The group calls its style "transcendental black metal", which is described in a declaration written by Hunt-Hendrix. Hunter cites Swans, Glenn Branca, Alexander Scriabin, Iannis Xenakis and Lightning Bolt as influences.
- Hunter Hunt-Hendrix – vocals, guitar
- Bernard Gann – guitar
- Greg Fox – drums
- Tyler Dusenbury – bass guitar
- Immortal Life 12" (Infinite Limbs, 2008)
- Renihilation (20 Buck Spin, 2009)
- "Split LP with Oval" (Thrill Jockey), 2011
- Aesthethica (Thrill Jockey, 2011)
In a 2012 interview with Pitchfork Media, Hunter Hunt-Hendrix expressed his desire to move away from black metal on future releases in order to avoid "self-imitation", noting that Aesthethica's recognition "turns it into safe territory." He suggests that the next release could include bells or a focus on electronics.
- "Liturgy is the future of post-black metal [Via Scion]". MetalSucks. March 16, 2011. Retrieved November 16, 2012.
- Lars Gotrich (1 May 2011). "First Listen: Liturgy, 'Aesthethica' : NPR". NPR. Retrieved 10 May 2011.
- Dale W. Eisinger (4 May 2011). "Brooklyn Thrashers Liturgy Streaming New Album". NBC New York. Retrieved 10 May 2011.
- Hideous Gnosis - Trancendental Black Metal. Glossator. 8 March 2010. Retrieved 6 June 2011.
- Castillo, Arielle (3 March 2011). "Liturgy Push the Boundaries of Black Metal — Top 100 Acts at SXSW 2011". Spinner.
- "SPIN's 50 Best Albums of 2011". Spin. December 12, 2011.
- "Death to Black Metal Liturgy and Deafheaven's controversial leaders discuss the state of black metal.". Pitchfork Media. January 30, 2012.
-  Transcendental Black Metal theory paper by Hunter Hunt-Hendrix presented at Black Metal Theory Symposium I: Hideous Gnosis
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