Tag: Progressive Death Metal

Tech-Death Madness: Interviews with Archspire and Beyond Creation

It’s tech-death double bill month as we bring to you two of the most highly technical death metal heroes of the year, Archspire and Beyond Creation. While each band presents different face of tech-death – Archspire‘s brutal and intense style vis-a-vis Beyond Creation‘s neoclassical inspired style, the brilliance exuded by each of their latest masterpieces, The Lucid Collective and …

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Album Review: Beyond Creation – Earthborn Evolution

Beyond Creation [Canada]
Earthborn Evolution
2014
Full Length
Season of Mist
Technical Death Metal

We all have our different musical phases, and just as I was stepping out of the technical death metal phase and starting to rediscover Swedish death metal, Canadian technical death metal horde Beyond Creation drops their …

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Album Review: Konkeror – The Abysmal Horizons

Konkeror [USA]
The Abysmal Horizons
2012
Full Length
Lacerated Enemy Records
Progressive Death Metal

2 years after its original release, progressive death metallers Konkeror‘s debut full length album The Abysmal Horizons finally gets reissue treatment via Lacerated Enemy Records. Complete with a refreshed cover artwork and a bonus Bolt Thrower cover …

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Heavy Metal Tribune #011 (July/August 2013)

OUT NOW: Heavy Metal Tribune #011

This month we are honoured to have Singahell Barbarian Horde the Mighty Impiety gracing our cover. We talk to band mastermind Shyaithan to learn more about the glorious history of Impiety, along with some trivia about their brand new release, The Impious Crusade. We follow that up with Dark Tranquillity telling us …

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Album Review: Moonloop – Deeply from the Earth

Moonloop [Spain]
Deeply from the Earth
2012
Full Length
Listenable Records
Progressive Death Metal

Unlike the numerous brutal or extreme Spanish bands that I have encountered of late, Moonloop‘s debut full length album presents quite a variation of death metal, released a long 11 years after their formation and quite …

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