Tags » Scar Symmetry

"The Singularity Phase One": The Neohuman Review

Spotify: Scar Symmetry – The Singularity: Phase One – Neohumanity

Scar Symmetry is a Swedish progressive/melodic/death metal band founded by guitarist/composer Per Nilsson, former guitarist Jonas Kjellgren (left in 2013), drummer/lyricist Henrik Ohlsson, bassist Kenneth Seil, and former vocalist Christian Alvestam (left in 2008, replaced with Roberth Karlsson and Lars Palmqvist) in 2004. 1,024 more words


CD Review: Scar Symmetry - "The Singularity"

Scar Symmetry are one of those bands that just shouldn’t work, the combination of death metal and power metal should mix like oil and water, but somehow this band have defied convention to become a much loved institution. 298 more words


Album Review – The Singularity (Phase 1 – Neohumanity) – Scar Symmetry

Scar Symmetry is a Swedish melodic death metal band that formed back in 2004. The current album, and subject of this review, is the band’s 6th studio album and the first in a trilogy of albums dealing with the extremely interesting theme of transhumanism. 1,512 more words


Quickies: Meshuggah, Metallica, and a whole lotta prog bands. Also, Ghost Bath!

It’s Friday. I don’t know about anyone else, but I am dead from this week. Not dead enough for beer!

  • Bands in the studio that people care about that aren’t me: …
  • 137 more words

Scar Symmetry - The Singularity (Phase 1 - Neo Humanity)

Ruotsin Avestasta tervehtivä Scar Symmetry on edelleen voimatekijä melodeath-ympäristössä, mutta sen kyky luoda innostavia ja voimistavia kokonaisuuksia ei ole enää pätenyt kolmen ensimmäisen jälkeen. Alkuperäiskitaristi Jonas Kjellgren ei tarjoa sävellysavujaan uutuudella, joka on konseptitrilogian ensimmäinen osa, joten lähtökohtaisesti on kiinnostavaa kuulla, mitä poskelle läsähtää. 371 more words

Just the Tip: October 14's New Releases in Brief

It’s new release Tuesday! Here’s what we’ll be checking out on this week’s episode:

October 14, 2014

Scar Symmetry – The Singularity (Phase I: Neohumanity) 48 more words


Wyrd Ways Rock Show CCXCII

Plenty of new stuff in this week’s Wyrd Ways Rock Show (as per normal, really).  That means we’re starting off with possibly the biggest: Machine Head… 438 more words