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Allegaeon - Proponent for Sentience (Review)

This is the fourth album from US death metallers Allegaeon.

This is an ambitious, epic release; 72 minutes of science fiction-themed grandeur and technical aggression. 379 more words

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ULCERATE Streaming New Track "Extinguished Light"

New Zealand tech metal outfit Ulcerate have released a new track from their highly-anticipated forthcoming album, Shrines of Paralysis, which is due out on October 28 via Relapse Records. 180 more words

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Russian death metallers Grace Disgraced release 'Lasting Afterdeaths'

Grace Disgraced are an ambitious, ever-evolving band from Russia. Rooted in the classic sound of Death, they’ve been rather overlooked all along, struggling to find labels with proper distribution networks. 263 more words

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DESTROYING THE DEVOID Streaming New Album "Paramnesia"

Destroying the Devoid – the progressive death metal project of Deeds of Flesh‘s Craig Peters – has premiered its full-length debut, Paramnesia, over at  43 more words

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COMA CLUSTER VOID Streaming New Track "Drowning Into Sorrow"

Technical/avant-garde metal outfit Coma Cluster Void have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album, Mind Cemeteries, at It Djents. Titled “Drowning Into Sorrow”, the grotesque new tune unleashes lurching, dissonant instrumentation rife with an abyssal low end and disfigured arrangements. 21 more words

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VIRVUM Streaming New Track "Illuminance"

Swiss progressive death metal outfit Virvum have premiered the title track to their forthcoming album, Illuminance, at Heavy Blog Is Heavy. The new, nine-minute tune sports an impressive array of instrumentation that ranges from elaborate, interstellar progressive metal, to blistering technical death metal chops. 19 more words

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Revocation - Great Is Our Sin

I wouldn’t say this is great songwriting, but it has tremendous melody and riff writing. I think the songs can move on from great riffs a bit too quickly, but other than that, top notch tech death.

8.25/10

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