Tag Archives: technical death metal

Obscura – Akroasis

Germany’s Obscura has released Akroasis (which means “hearing” or “listening” in Greek), a modern, technical death metal disc with plenty of progressive overtones. Firmly rooted in darkness, overall, the sound has a distinctly European flair, invoking early Behemoth to mid-period Vader or later Centurian with blasts of speed, precision, and …

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Revocation interview with Dan Gargiulio – October, 2014

American technical death metallers Revocation are busy and productive as never before at this very moment: their new album “Deathless“ recently faced the daylight under the new, Metal Blade Records roof, as well as guys will hit the road for the tour soon and of course, will visit autumn most …

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Revocation – Deathless

.@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews “Deathless” by @Revocation The year of 2014 is definitely very productive for so many metal bands – so many to choose from picking up the best ones of the year. After the first couple of times listening to the brand new full-length album from the Revocation camp, …

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Malevolent Creation – Audio, Glasgow – 18/08/2014

.@malevolentcreat @DeProfundisBand @Scordaturaband @exilethetraitor show at @ AudioGlasgow reviewed by @AnybodyBC for @Planetmosh   If there is a smashing way to brighten up Monday, then it is with a concert and preferably, a death metal one. Glasgow just had this opportunity on 18th of August in Audio. The gig had …

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Warlord UK – We Die As One.

Since their formation in 1996,Birmingham based death metallers Warlord UK have weathered a storm which would have finished most bands but Mark White (the only original member left) has not been beaten even though they are now without a major record deal and being made to change their name from …

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Revocation – Revocation

Revocation is a band that I have liked for quite a while. I was looking through the albums to review and this one immediately came to notice. Unfortunately, I have really mixed feelings about this album. After bringing out their single “The Hive” I was a bit neutral about the …

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Paradigms – Dichotomy’s New Release.

Dublin metal band, Dichotomy, are due to release their eight track album, Paradigms, this coming Saturday 2nd March. This band has a great reputation when it comes to live performances both at local venues and around the country. A reputation that has seen them land support slots for big bands …

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Between The Buried And Me – The Parallax II: Future Sequence

The sudden surge of success that progressive metal has enjoyed in the past decade is quite an intriguing subject indeed. Kickstarting the “trend” so to speak in 2004, Mastodon released what was to be a watershed moment in modern progressive metal with the almost universally lauded Leviathan. Despite their deluge …

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