An unreleting assault of blast-beats and breakneck death metal. Read our review of “The Dead Are Screaming” from Australian death metal band Werewolves.
Revocation and Voivod co-headlining North American tore through Mesa, Arizona’s Club Red with fantastic support from Psycroptic, Skeletal Remains, and Conjurer.
While sailing the clear blue waters of the Caribbean, we were able to score a moment to chat with vocalist Jason Peppiatt and bassist Cameron Grant of Prosthetic Records’ extreme Australian Metal act Psycroptic.
Psycroptic’s self-titled album is the sign of a band maturing without losing their identity, and the results are very impressive.
Psycroptic are currently streaming their new, self-titled album, which will be released on March 10. Take an advance listen via SoundCloud just below.
I am a bit late in getting into Psycroptic – after all the Tasmanian band has been around since 1999 and putting out albums since 2001’s The Isle of Disenchantment. On a whim, I recently decided to check out their discography on Rdio and was blown away. The band’s brand of tech-death is not as noodly and complex as the average tech-death outfit. As a result, non-musician’s (like me) can easily get into the music and enjoy it as much as those who are interested in the complexity of the playing.