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What makes or breaks Technical Metal?

Technical metal is flashy, fast and often times, heavy as an ocean liner. For me, it all gets a bit… watery when it’s too technical. 152 more words


Twitch of the Death Nerve - A New Code of Morality (Comatose Music)

Why isn’t this band making a huge world tour RIGHT NOW? Hello Producers?

A New Code of Morality is the debut album of this English band… 389 more words


Mass Infection - For I Am Genocide (Comatose Music)

The Greek powerhouse of Death Metal is back with their third album!

If you’re a fan of Deeds of Flesh, Hate Eternal and Severe Torture… 258 more words


Deformatory - In The Wake of Pestilence (Review)

In The Wake of Pestilence is the début album from Canada’s Deformatory.

Deformatory play Technical Death Metal and they play it well.

The songs are heavy and blur by in a dazzle of intricate technicality and blasting drums. 130 more words


Nihil - Nights of Silence (Review)

Nihil are from Spain and play Technical Progressive Death Metal.

The band give us a collection of relatively long tracks with a good sound and some twisting riffs to help propel the songs along. 152 more words


Banisher - Scarcity (Review)

Banisher are from Poland and play Death Metal with a good deal of variety and interest.

This is Progressive/Technical/Experimental Death Metal.

I have enjoyed their previous full length, (Slaughterhouse), and was looking forward to hearing what the band have got up to on this, their second album. 174 more words


Pyrrhon - The Mother Of Virtues (Review)

Pyrrhon are an unusual Hardcore-influenced Technical Death Metal band from the US and this is their second album.

They kickstart proceedings with an entry track that would do Converge or Cephalic Carnage proud.  260 more words