Vomit Fist Bio

Vomit Fist hails from New York City, delivering hard, fast blackened grindcore with ultra-high energy stage performances. Founders Nick Vürdoth Didkovsky and his son Leo Lurkrot Didkovsky teamed up with Malcolm Skrag the Screecher Hoyt and burst onto the underground metal scene in 2013, playing hardcore matinees, all-ages shows, DIY garage events as well as festival dates and club gigs.

They released their first EP "Forgive but Avenge" in July 2014. Featuring the apocalyptic artwork of Paolo Girardi, the CD was recorded and mixed by Nik Chinboukas at Spin Studios. Vomit Fist is proud to announce their second release, "Omnicide", which features once again the album art of Paolo Girardi, and additional art by Masato Okano. Omnicide takes Vomit Fist to new levels, and includes two tracks with guest bassists Samuel Smith (Artificial Brain, Luminous Vault, Aeviterne) and Jon Ehlers (Bangladeafy), and a bonus track composed by Alex Geisel.

Guitarist Nick Didkovsky is best known for his bands Doctor Nerve, Häßliche Luftmasken, CHORD, his work with the Fred Frith Guitar Quartet, and as co-inventor of Java Music Specification Language. He has composed for a number of ensembles including Bang On A Can, ETHEL, and Meridian Arts Ensemble. His Black Sabbath guitar lessons on YouTube have reached millions of viewers. Album credits include Alice Cooper "Paranormal".

Drummer Leo Didkovsky plays drums in Hunter-Hunt Hendrix's transcendental black metal band Liturgy and Toby Driver's avant-goth band Kayo Dot. He has noise duo called INCLUSE with Alex Geisel, is a co-founding member and a songwriter for the punk band Chaste, and plays drums with the punk band Dog Date. Recording credits include Kayo Dot "Blasphemy" (Prophecy).

Singer Malcolm Spraggs Hoyt is the cofounder, guitarist, and one of the songwriters in Chaste. He also plays guitar in Dog Date, drums in the prog-punk outfit Megalopolis and records solo material under his own name.

Vomit Fist by Chris Carlone
Vomit Fist (L to R): Skrag, Vürdoth, Lurkrot. Photo by Chris Carlone.