Technical death metal outfit Abiotic are prepping the release of their new album Casuistry which is due out later this month and the band has released a new track titled “Molecular Rematerialization,” which is available for your listening pleasure below. Don’t go into this with a weak mind, the death metal that Abiotic bring is not to be toyed with. Get crushed. Continue reading
Italian death metal outfit Human Improvement Process have released the official video for their track “Tortured Hands of Reason”. The face-melting, complex tune, which comes from their recently released Enemies of the Sun EP, is set to a performance video directed by Matteo Ermeti. You can check out the clip and stream the EP after the break.
Progressive tech metal quartet Entheos (Ex-Animosity, The Faceless, etc) are currently streaming their debut EP, Primal, over on their Bandcamp. The violent, four-track release will rip you limb from limb with its relentless barrage of bestial instrumentation. Fans of the members’ previous endeavors (Animosity, The Faceless, Animals as Leaders, etc) will have no problem lapping this up. Stream the EP after the break.
Chaney Crabb – Vocals
Frank Costa – Guitar
Evan Brewer – Bass
Navene Koperweis – Drums
Tasmanian technical death metal act Psycroptic will unleash their highly anticipated self-titled album next week and the band has given us all an advance stream of the monstrous affair. I have always really liked Psycroptic and I think this new record is their best yet. You can check out the whole album after the jump, care of Decibel Mag. Enjoy. Continue reading
photo by Christian Martin Weiss
Alkaloid, the new death metal behemoth spawned from the minds of ex-Necrophagist and Obscura members, have premiered a new track over at Metal Sucks. The sprawling, complex track is entitled “Cthulhu” and will appear on the group’s crowdfunded debut The Malkuth Grimoire, which will be self-released by the band this March. Stream the track for yourself here and stream the previously released track, “Carbon Phrases”, after the break.
Morean (Dark Fortress, Noneuclid) – Vocals, Guitars
Christian Muenzner (Spawn of Possession, Ex-Obscura, Ex-Necrophagist) - Guitars
Danny Tunker (Aborted, Ex-God Dethroned) - Guitars
Linus Klausenitzer (Obscura, Noneuclid) - Bass
Hannes Grossmann (Blotted Science, Ex-Obscura, Ex-Necrophagist) - Drums
Experimental black metal outfit Imperial Triumphant have announced the release of a new full length and their follow up to 2013’s Goliath EP. Titled Abyssal Gods, the new record was recorded at Amy Mills Studios (Epistasis, etc) in Pennsylvania and was mastered by Colin Marston (Gorguts, Krallice, etc) at Menegroth, The Thousand Caves in New York. It will be released on March 10 via Aural Music/Code666. The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break.
Decibel have premiered the first scathing, disfigured single from the record, “Dead Heaven”. Imperial Triumphant founder/main composer Ilya Ezrin had the following comments on the track:
“Although we are proud to be born in such a renown place, Abyssal Gods as a whole addresses New York City as a cancer of the world and the absolute fist of the universe. ‘Dead Heaven’ is the psalm of the end of the world. It deals with the universal deconstruction and celestial collapse. The lyrics were actually inspired by the observatory space lecture scene in Rebel Without A Cause.”
Stream the track here.
The band will also be heading on a short tour in support of the record in May with Thantifaxath. Those dates can be found below.
I know we have all been anxiously awaiting the new record from Tasmanian tech death outfit Psycroptic, and it looks like the time is drawing near. The band has unleashed a new track titled “The World Discarded” via the below lyric video. It’s an unbelievable song and I think it crushes. Check out the video below and prepare the ground, Psycroptic is coming. Continue reading
Tazmanian tech death act Psycroptic released their rad new single “Echoes to Come” a few weeks ago and now the band has followed up with a pretty cool music video. The video for the track is black and white and involves quite a bit of slow-mo. I love this band and I can’t wait to hear the rest of the album and see further videos. Check out “Echoes To Come” after the jump. Continue reading
Dallas-based technical metal outfit Baring Teeth have premiered their forthcoming sophomore full length, Ghost Chorus Among Old Ruins, over at Revolver. The record will officially be released next Tuesday, November 25th, via Willowtip Records and pre-orders can still be placed here. On the new disorienting record, vocalist/guitarist Andrew Hawkins comments:
“This album was a really difficult one to make. We pushed ourselves as songwriters and as musicians, but I think the extra focus we placed on crafting a complete, focused album really paid off. Every song plays into the larger whole while still being brutal and catchy, and we wrote much more concertedly this time around. Our goal was to make an album that pushes the extremes of [debut full-length] Atrophy as far as possible, and we’re really happy with the result.”
If you cannot wait five more days to have your equilibrium wrecked, then stream the new record at this location.
Technical death crushers Baring Teeth will release their highly anticipated sophomore album Ghost Chorus Among Old Ruins at the end of the month and the band has teamed up with NCS to stream a fantastic new track titled “Dripping Sun.” The band has clearly put everything they have into this release and it’s going to absolutely kill. Check out “Dripping Sun” after the jump. Continue reading
Australia’s tech-death outfit Psycroptic will be unleashing their self-titled record next year. The album will be the bands first since signing to Prosthetic Records and it is sounding very promising. The band has unveiled their first new track, titled “Echoes To Come” and it’s fucking destructive. For serious, this shit is rad. Check out the new track after the jump and bang your fucking head. Continue reading
Unique Leader is one of my favorite current record labels because they release some of the raddest, most technical and most interesting death metal of today. Hideous Divinity will be releasing their sophomore album for the label, Cobra Verde, in two weeks and the band is currently streaming the albums title track. “Cobra Verde” is a vicious, technical attack on all of your being. Check out the track below and get an ear full of fucking metal. Continue reading
Weed-based death metal project Cannabis Corpse (members of Municipal Waste) have announced dates for an upcoming nineteen date Winter tour with direct support from metallic hardcore outfit Mammoth Grinder and prog/tech-deathers Inanimate Existence. The tour will kick off November 28th in Wilmington, NC before concluding December 20th in Richmond, VA. Peep the full details below. Continue reading
Revocation have unleashed “Labyrinth Of Eyes”, the third single from the group’s upcoming fifth LP and Metal Blade Records debut, Deathless. Taking a retreat from the brutality of the two prior singles, “Madness Opus” and “Deathless”, “Labyrinth Of Eyes” is a mid-paced, technical and rather notey number, invoking Cynic-ian overtones whilst still maintaining the darker feel of the new album. Check out “Labyrinth Of Eyes” via Invisible Oranges here and pre-order Deathless out next Tuesday via Metal Blade Records here. Catch Revocation supporting Deathless now on the remaining dates of their current tour run with the legendary Crowbar, Havok, Fit For An Autopsy and Armed For Apocalypse and later on their European run with Cannibal Corpse and Aeon and even later on their Australian run with Thy Art Is Murder, full details below. Continue reading
The finest, cerebral, contorted guitar playing I have seen has come from the hands of The Nautilus’ Ross Albrecht.The Nautilus bind the fluid propulsive rhythm of The Black Dahlia Murder and supplement it with Gojira-esque melodies. Also, add the finest British Columbian weed with overt Canadian thrash influences and you would have the slightest hint of what they sound like.
Having shared the stage with bands like Tesseract, Cloudkicker, The Ocean, Mouth of The Architect, and Intronaut, the band should have not been too surprised to see their debut EP being raved about by MetalSucks via their “Unsigned and Unholy”posts. Ross gives us a briefing on the Vancouver band.