Tag: Technical Death metal

Aug 12

Bill Robinson of Decrepit Birth talked to us about their next album and The Summer Slaughter Tour 2014

Decrepit Birth is no stranger to The Summer Slaughter Tour. But being one of the most iconic bands in technical death metal, they are definitely an act that everyone should watch. By far one of my personal favorites on this year’s roster, Decrepit Birth blows away the crowd with their dexterous musicianship and energetic stage …

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Jun 17

Origin – Omniprescent (2014)

Origin is the new band to join the holy-shit-listen-to-this-masterpiece train of 2014. But seriously, Origin has discovered new roots while pertaining to their singular style. Omnipresent will amaze any listener with the vigorous dexterity and unique solos. Pretty much, old Origin x200. It’s pretty great. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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May 12

Archspire – The Lucid Collective (2014)

Archspire is the band that is out to change the technical death metal genre. This band coins their singular sound with their technique of non-repetitive songwriting, beyond-dexterous musicianship and an inhuman brutality that no other band holds. Their sophomore album, The Lucid Collective, encompasses these elements in the most heinous of ways. Use Facebook to …

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May 08

Hour of Penance – Regicide (2014)

Hour of Penance has to be one of the most mind blowing acts in death metal. They always offer nothing less than vigorous yet influential material; everything that extreme metal is supposed to be. May of 2014 will bring the release of their new album, Regicide. With the term meaning the killing of a monarch, …

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Aug 03

Fleshgod Apocalypse – Labyrinth (2013)

Labyrinth from Fleshgod Apocalypse is probably one of the most anticipated albums released this year. I’m happy to inform you all that it is definitely worth the hype. How can a band progress so much yet remain the same? Only Fleshgod Apocalypse knows that answer. That’s the best way to describe what this new release …

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May 29

Interview with Arsis (The ‘Unwelcome’ chat)

Arsis‘s music is difficult to understand if you are foreign to Death Metal, as their formula breaks apart from the other bands that try to play this kind of music. They don’t bother in calling it tech death metal anymore, as they think that the term ‘has been out of hand for a long time …

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May 09

James Malone of Arsis talked Unwelcome with The Age Of Metal

Arsis had become one of the more professional and clean sounded bands in the American technical death metal spectrum in the last 6 years, regardless of their unstable line up the band had achieved success developing a unique sound in today’s competitive tech-death scene Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Apr 29

Arsis – Unwelcome (2013)

Arsis has, yet again, released a strong new album. This latest full-length, Unwelcome, adds to the technical goodness that Arsis is best known for. Any Arsis fans, including me, know Arsis for their ability to remain brutal while staying intricate in their composition. These are the reasons why Arsis has truly continued to be singular. …

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Apr 19

De Profundis – The Emptiness Within (2013)

    Hailing from the UK, De Profundis are back again with their newest album called The Emptiness Within. In their humble beginnings they started off playing doom metal but over time they have moved forward into playing a type of melodic technical death metal. With this album De Profundis have created a solid album filled …

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Nov 13

Cryptopsy – The Best of Us Bleed (2012)

Since the early 90’s Canada’s very own Cryptopsy has redefined the sound and essence of technical death metal.  20 years and 7 Studio albums later its about time we get a collection of their best & finest most brutal songs.  Hand picked this new great compilation album called “The Best of Us Bleed,” contains 2 discs …

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Aug 17

The Faceless – Autotheism (2012)

Four years ago, Bush was President, we were in China competing in the Olympics, and a little label called Sumerian Records released an album called Planetary Duality by a band known as The Faceless. That album was hailed as a technical death metal masterpiece and landed them massive tours with such bands as Meshuggah and …

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