Norwegian technical metal quartet Insense have unveiled another single from their highly-anticipated fifth full-length album De:Evolution. Titled “Some Holy Thing,” this is the third single extracted from De:Evolution, following up “Meandering” and “Lethargy.” Produced by guitarist/vocalist Tommy Hjelm and mixed by long-time collaborator Daniel Bergstrand at Dugout Studio in Uppsala, Sweden, De:Evolution features the artwork of Ryan Clark (Foo Fighters, Mnemic, Norma Jean and The Chariot) and follows-up their 2012’s highly praised and Grammy nominated album Burn In Beautiful Fire.
Genre defining technical death metal giants, Origin, have released a brand new track entitled “Manifest Desolate” from their upcoming album, Omnipresent, which will be released on July 8th. Omnipresent was recorded with longtime producer/engineer Robert Rebeck at Chapman Recording in Lenexa, KS. The album was mixed and mastered at Menegroth – The Thousand Caves with Colin Marston.
Dallas heavy metal act Seeker recently premiered their new single, “Alone” (featuring Corey Bennet of Bermuda). Seeker has now posted the track for free download and we’re super-lucky help host it.
Technical metal is a form of music that shows extreme technical proficiency, something instantly evidenced via this free download of Kinetik’s song “Closer Than Contact”.
Montreal technical death metal shredders Derelict have made their song “Yours To Surpass” available for free download.
While October only marks the one year anniversary since Dallas, Texas band Seeker came together, it has been quite the whirlwind year for this technical metal band.