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OriginEngland, United Kingdom
GenresThrash metal, heavy metal
  • James Rawlings
  • Chris Kenny
  • Jason Chaikeawrung
  • David Jordan
  • Ste Dudley
  • Leigh Chambers
  • Dominic Bishop

Incinery are a British thrash metal band from The Midlands. Founded in early 2009 by guitarists Jason Chaikeawrung and Chris Kenny, Incinery are a 5-Piece thrash metal band. Their music has been described as the speed and ferocity of 80's thrash metal injected with a more modern edge.[1] The band has been compared with Exodus, Sodom, and early Sepultura.[2]


Early years and formation (2009-2014)

Building a reputation for high-energy performances, Incinery toured their first EPs 'Dawn of War' (2011) and 'Nothing Left' (2013) and won the 'Metal 2 the Masses' initiative in 2012,[3] resulting in a live performance on the New Blood Stage at Bloodstock Open Air festival. Following this performance, bassist Dominic Bishop departed from the band, a decision made to allow founding member David Jordan to rejoin. Shortly after, Incinery were invited to play the 2nd stage at Metaldays 2013 in Slovenia as a result of the performance at Bloodstock.[1][4] Such performances have enabled them to share stages with Onslaught, Savage Messiah, Bonded By Blood and Lawnmower Deth.

Dead, Bound and Buried (2014-present)

Incinery's first full-length album 'Dead, Bound and Buried' was released in 2014.[1] 2014-2016 also saw performances at the Boardie Stage Takeover at Download Festival 2014, Damnation Festival 2015,[2] and in support of Exodus at the Rescue Rooms in Nottingham.[5] In February 2018 Incinery played at the Hard Rock Hell Metal Meltdown festival in Birmingham.[6]



  • Dawn of War (2011)
  • Nothing Left (2013)
Studio albums
  • Dead, Bound and Buried (2014)


  1. ^ a b c "INCINERY - Dead, Bound & Buried - CD Review". Metal Gods TV. December 21, 2014. Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ a b "A Night of Salvation - Damnation Festival pre-show". HeyEvent. 2015. Retrieved 2016.
  3. ^ Jennifer Coleman (October 25, 2012). "3 Bands 3 Festivals Tons Of Metal". Bloodstock News. Retrieved 2016.
  4. ^ "Incinery Band Profile". Bloodstock. 2014. Retrieved 2016.
  5. ^ "The Rescue Rooms archives: 2016, EXODUS". Rescue Rooms. 2016. Retrieved 2016.
  6. ^ "ALESTORM AND GRAVE DIGGER LEAD HRH METAL CHARGE". HRH Mag. 17 July 2017. Retrieved 2018.

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