Tech-Death Tuesday

Tech-Death Tuesday

Tech-Death Tuesday: TORTUROUS INCEPTION Return, Accompanied By Proggy Devastaters SLAVE ONE

Posted by | June 21, 2016

In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, we divert from the recent multi-month long early stream focus and delve into two 2016 lesser known gems that deserve to be covered in this space. With Torturous Inception offering more brutal minded fare, and Slave One taking you towards lofty prog filled heights.

| June 21, 2016
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Tech-Death Tuesday: Join REPLICANT In An Early Celebration Of Their Worthless Desires

Posted by | May 17, 2016

In today's death metal landscape, weird and warped sounds continue to make inroads as far as gaining new fans to this odd new take on death metal. In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, we explore a band along these lines from New Jersey called Replicant. And premiere an early stream of their debut ep, Worthless Desires.

| May 17, 2016
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Tech-Death Tuesday: Dig Into Underground Classics From THE SHATTERING And ANOMALOUS

Posted by | April 19, 2016

Being a super niche genre like technical death metal means there are a whole host of bands that hardcore obsessive tech-death heads will know, but that many technical death metal fans still won't know at the same time. With that in mind, today's Tech-Death Tuesday zones in on underground classics by The Shattering and Anomalous.

| April 19, 2016
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Tech-Death Tuesday: Let DEVIANT PROCESS Show You On Paroxysm Why Canadian Tech-Death Is The Best

Posted by | March 1, 2016

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.

| March 1, 2016
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Tech-Death Tuesday: Dive Into A Five Band Roundup Of Eclectic Earworms

Posted by | February 2, 2016

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.

| February 2, 2016