Hey there tech-fiends, it's that time of the week again. While the year is winding to a close, I've got one more early stream for Tech-Death Tuesday in 2016 today. After this, the remaining focus for the year will be a massive year in review feature that I'm excited to share with you all. Before we dive into today's focus, here's the usual reminder that all prior editions of this series can be perused here.
For those that are new to Breeding Filth, the band contains members from both Dawn of Dementia and Kossuth, and play a particularly twisted type of technical brutal death metal. Given the pedigree of the members involved in Breeding Filth, it's no surprise that the music is damn good. Similar to this year's Wormhole record, Perverse Devolution mixes-and-matches brutal death metal akin to the likes of Severed Savior with snippets of slam and a shitload of frenetic technical death metal. Perverse Devolution is a fun album, and there's a lot more depth to it than the majority of the band's peers who also play technical brutal death metal. Even Deeds Of Flesh (and Destroying The Devoid) guitarist Craig Peters gets in on the action, busting out a sick solo towards the beginning of track 5, the title track itself.
So give Perverse Devolution a spin below and get your head crushed in. If you dig what you're hearing, the album will be available for pre-order shortly through Sevared Records ahead of its official digital release this Friday, December 16th. Physical copies will be made available later once they come in. Be sure to follow Breeding Filth over at their Facebook page too.