Tag Archive: Technical Death Metal

May 08

Nucleus – Sentient

American death metal outfit Nucleus’ debut full length album Sentient draws influences from the works of Finnish classics such as Demilich and Adramelech. But do they make the mark or do they disappoint?

REVOCATION (USA) Live in Singapore

Revocation

Revocation is an American technical death metal band from Boston, Massachusetts. The band was founded by guitarist and vocalist David Davidson, bassist and vocalist Anthony Buda and drummer Phil Dubois-Coyne in 2000. The band has released four studio albums, Empire of the Obscene, Existence Is Futile, Chaos of Forms, and their most recent self-titled …

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Dec 01

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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Nov 29

Album Review: Existential Animals – Surrealith

Existential Animals [USA]
Surrealith
2014
EP
Independent
Technical Death Metal

With the beautiful, yet haunting artwork on Existential Animals‘ debut EP Surrealith by Paolo Girardi, I almost expected this to be yet another one of those atmospheric, yet crushing death metal releases. Yet the band has proven themselves to be a rather unique …

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Nov 01

Band of the Month: Hiss from the Moat

Hiss from the Moat epitomises the dominant style of Italian death metal currently – brutal, technical and relentless. Following in the footsteps of compatriots Hour of Penance and Fleshgod Apocalypse, this three-piece act even boasts James Payne behind the drums, and Paolo on session vocals on their debut album, Misanthropy. We catch up with the band to learn more about the concept behind Misanthropy (which has now been picked up by Nuclear Blast), and the philosophy behind their music.

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