Ceremony of Darkness is an American death metal band that was founded in 2010 and has released four albums to date. Their debut album, “13”, won the Best Metal/Hardcore Album of the 2010 Independent Music Awards and featured the song “The Surgeon of New Orleans”, which was based on the true story of Madame Delphine LaLaurie, a notorious serial killer who tortured and murdered her slaves in her mansion in New Orleans in the early 1800s. The song was nominated for Best Metal Song in the Hollywood Music in Media Awards and depicted the gruesome scenes that were uncovered by the fire brigade when they entered the mansion after a fire in 1834. The song used graphic and violent imagery, such as “Flesh surgically pared from her skull” and “Dead servants-slaves in a room for a grave”, as well as intense screams, fast drums, and heavy guitar riffs to create a dark and aggressive atmosphere. The song is one of the most popular tracks by Ceremony of Darkness, and has been praised for its brutal and powerful sound and lyrics . The band’s subsequent albums, “Flesh of the Witch”, “Godheim”, and “The Lesser Key” also received acclaim from both critics and fans, and some of their songs were featured in various movies and TV shows, such as “The Incredible Jessica James”, “Blindspot”, and “American Gods”. The band’s focus continues to be connecting with their fans on a deep level by telling stories through music.
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