So this is Abiotics new song, and it’s fucking fantastic!
If you’re into technical deathcore then you’ll love this!
Also, one of the best vocalists I’ve ever heard!
So here is todays post, and It’s by the fantastic August Burns Red!
I downloaded this album on Spotify the other day, and it is absolutely fantastic!
I’m desperate to see these guys, only problem is, is that their next gig in is in London (about 2 hours away), and is on a freaking Tuesday!
So if you don’t already know, I’m going on holiday/vacation next Wednesday for two weeks to Spain.
This means I’m probably not gonna be able to get out many (if any) posts, as I’m not sure how good the wifi connection at my villa will be…
This is why the last few days I haven’t been posting a lot, as I’ve been packing and getting ready.
The next few days are probably gonna be the same, and I’m probably gonna be only able to get 1 out a day..
I’ll make another post on Tuesday/Wednesday before I go, just to remind you all again.
I can’t stop listening to Pathology at the moment! Their so fucking insane! And it makes them even more awesome that they’ve got Jonathan Huber as their vocalist.
Here’s the interestingly odd music video for Media Consumption.
This is The Breathing Process, a symphonic death metal band from Masschussets, formed in 2003! And are part of one of my favourite record labels (next to Metal Blade, and a few others) Siege of Amida!
I can’t really compare them to anyone, but I can say that it’s fucking awesome! And you should listen to it right now!
‘I want you as much as genital herpes!’
It’s always good once in a while to have some deathcore band, that don’t really take themselves seriously, or used to anyway…they split up in 2010.
As well as delivering a good laugh at the lyrics, they really do deliver an awesome, super brutal deathcore sound!
For fans of Dr Acula!
Fans of Job For A Cowboy! This band is for you!
This is Spawn of Possession, a Swedish technical death metal band!
They have been around since 1997, so I wouldn’t be surprised if they influenced JFAC.
I can’t imagine how amazing they must be live, the guitars are so insanely technical!