Although cemented in the tech death camp, Aenimus’s Dreamcatcher, out now via Nuclear Blast Records, shows that incorporating groove and rhythm into their music creates new a new direction worth exploring.
Israel’s independent melodic/technical death metal newcomers, Structural, continue to celebrate the release of their debut album, Metacognition (2018), with the new lyric video for their hard-hitting single, “The Ceremony (Cut to the Point)”. Most heavy neck-snappers should be hooked!
We spoke at length with Lisa Voisard, lead vocalist of the technical death metal band Anachronism, about the group, their beginnings, and absolutely stunning album, Orogeny, out since July, 2018.
Progressive metal titans Between the Buried and Me, currently touring with British band TesseracT, made their way to Wally’s Pub in Hampton, New Hampshire and we caught the action live!
Tech-death royalty Obscura bring along genre-mates Fallujah, Allegaeon and First Fragment for a mind-blowing display of musicianship at London’s O2 Academy Islington.
American extreme metallers, Revocation, recently released their punishing new album, The Outer Ones, via Metal Blade Records and we’re featuring Tom Strom’s “Cosmic horror-influenced” album cover art in this edition of And Justice for Art.
Death metal group Tomb Mold recently released their sophomore record Manor of Infinite Forms on 20 Buck Spin. We spoke with band mastermind Derrick Vella about the new album, their songwriting, and more.
A good progressive technical death metal record, Aethereus’ Absentia is only lacking in truly memorable riffs.
Out via Relapse Records, Diluvium, Obscura’s fifth album, closes their four-album run with a balanced blend of progressive composition and technical mastery that continues to impress the most hardened listener.
Between the Buried and Me rolled into Philadelphia, PA on March 31st for their 2018 spring tour. Their Electric Factory performance included The Dear Hunter and special guests, Leprous.
Death metal legend Karl Sanders chats about touring, guitars, his trip to Egypt, the Nader Sadek single, and new Nile album.
Technical death metal legends Nile hit Switzerland as part of their “What Should Not Be Unearthed Part III” tour, supported by another legendary band, US grindcore veterans Terorrizer.
Despite Exile has released “Introspector,” a new track from their latest album Relics, a fresh look at technical death metal.