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Do you pine for the tech death days of old when prog oriented acts like Quo Vadis and Augury loomed over their peers? Well dream no more, because we've got an early stream of the new Deviant Process full-length, Paroxysm. A release that fans of both of those bands will go nuts over.
Do you like German technical death metal but tire of waiting for a new Necrophagist? It's okay, we are too. So we've got a full stream for you by fellow German technical death metal act Spheron of their new album, A Clockwork Universe.
Oregan based technical death metallers Omnhility return with their 3rd full-length, Dominion Of Misery. And we've got an early full stream of the damn monstrous and sickening thing! Not for the faint of heart.
Canadian instrumental prog metal act Divine Realm are set to release their full-length, Tectum Argenti, next Tuesday, February 23rd. But we've got the early exclusive stream of it. And trust us, you don't want to miss out on this gem!
In today's edition of Tech-Death Tuesday, we focus solely on bands bringing a sickening brutal edge to their technical craft. Choosing Posthumous Blasphemer and Deformatory as the targets for this exploration into mind obliterating murder music.
Tech-Death Tuesday: MICHEL ANOIA Bring Demented Genre-Bending Weirdness To The Forefront On Plethora
Records like this don't come out very often, and when they do, they usually get overlooked. Don't be that guy. Jam this for year health!
Few if any bands based in sludge and doom get as weird as Flummox do. If you're also a fan of Mr. Bungle and Primus, you'd be wise to get in hear and check out this odd gem!
Former members of War From A Harlots Mouth, Gigan, and the current drummer from The Ocean, join forces to create music under the moniker Nightmarer. Which is a fitting name once you hear the nightmare inducing sounds they conjure on their debut single "Ceremony of Control".
In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, we are switching the format up a bit. And focusing on more than the usual two bands a week format. Instead, this weeks edition highlights several fantastic upcoming releases, and also discusses last year's phenomenal record by Cali natives Iniquitous Deeds. Ending with a brief mention and spotlight on upstart dissonant tech-fiends Sunless.
Instrumental metal veterans Odyssey return with their third full-length, Voids. And we've got an early stream of it to share with you!
Tech-Death Tuesday: Journey Down The Apocalyptic Road Less Traveled With A NOVELIST And SLAUGHTERBOX
We explore the progressive deathly realms of A Novelist. And also highlight the 2011 underground classic, The Ubiquity Of Subjugation, by Slaughterbox.
As more unconventional strains of black metal become more popular, a whole new swathe of bands beckon for your attention. Some greater than others. We humbly submit that Bhavachakra is among one of the best new bands in this brave new world of unorthodox black metal. Jump in here for the full stream and find out why for yourself.
If you like noisy chaos that defies easy genre classification, then you absolutely must press play below on the whirling mass of hate that is "Toothgrinder".
Exclusive: THE ZENITH PASSAGE Premiere Shredtastic Debut Single "Holographic Principle II: Convergence"
Don't step in that puddle. That's my face on the floor.
Hey there fellow tech-death fans! It's time to get shit popping with some blastbeats and finger cramping riff fueled music!…
It's time once again to enter an aural realm of derangement, that which is known under the umbrella term of…
Now that we've entered into 2016, I'm psyched to bring you the first 2016 installment of Tech-Death Tuesday.
Exclusive: Stream Of The New Jeff Hughell (BRAIN DRILL, SIX FEET UNDER) Solo Record, Trinidad Scorpion Hallucinations
Some of you might remember, we premiered "Burn The Soul" off Trinidad Scorpion Hallucinations here at Metal Injection a few…
Tech-Death Tuesday: Ring In The Holidays With Blastbeats And Chill From FIELDS OF ELYSIUM And FRACTUM
I thought last weeks edition would be the last one I did for 2015, but here I am doing one…
Hey there fellow tech-fiends who frequent this column! It's time once again for another edition of Tech-Death Tuesday, and today's…
In the last few years the instrumental metal scene seems to have exploded in a big way, and every year…