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If you don’t know who Psycroptic are, please tell me what you’ve been doing with your life up until now. Their last album was a marvel to behold, cementing an already successful career as tech death masters. They’ve been continuously teasing us for this upcoming, self titled album, since late last year. And now, finally, the band have deemed the time fit to unleash this beast upon us. Beneath the amazing Ouroboros lies a furious album, delivering so many riffs that…well, hear for yourself below the jump!

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Psycroptic Cold

Psycroptic keep dropping tracks from their new self-titled album to make us jealous that we don’t have the full thing yet, so it’s only natural that they would continue along this path until we just can’t take it any longer. The latest golden nugget is a live music video for the track ‘Cold’. Not only is it a live video, but it is also bookended with breathtaking nature shots. Make sure to check it out after the jump, as well as a few tour dates for anyone residing in the land down under.

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Psycroptic - The World Discarded

In a few short months, we will have a brand new album from Psycroptic. That thought alone should be enough to get you through the grueling first months of this new year. If you simply cannot wait until then to hear new music from Tasmania’s greatest export, you’re in luck! The lyric video for their new track, ‘The World Discarded’, is available for streaming after the jump.
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2014 was a phenomenal year for live music (of the heavy kind) in Australia, however it seems as though the best show was saved for last. Just a few weeks ago, Thy Art is Murder, accompanied by Psycroptic, Revocation, Fit For an Autopsy and sloom pioneers, Disentomb, toured around Australia on a quest for aural decimation. Not only did both Brisbane shows sell out, there was such a large fan response that a third show had to be organised to cater to those who missed out. Metal bands selling out the same venue three times in a row, in the space of two days is literally unheard of here. Thankfully, I was fortunate enough to photograph the very last night of the tour, thanks to my good buddies in Psycroptic.

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Psycroptic

Tasmanian technical death metal veterans Psycroptic are about to drop their self-titled album early next year and have decided to get the ball rolling now with a brand new music video! While it may be just a performance video at its core, the film quality helps recapture some of the low-budget videos that American death metal bands were releasing in the early-to-mid 90s. Check it out after the jump!

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Psycroptic - Echoes to Come

When Psycroptic announced that they had inked a deal with Prosthetic Records to release their new album in the spring, they also gave us a snippet of a new single that they said would be released November 4th. We no longer have to keep replaying that short snippet, as we have the full track below! It was debuted during a Reddit AMA with the bands drummer, Dave Haley, which is definitely worth the read. While you’re reading, check out the brand new track, ‘Echoes to Come’ after the jump!

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Psycroptic 2014

Legendary Australian tech-death outfit Psycroptic have announced that they have inked a brand new deal with Prosthetic Records. Not only that, but they also announced that their new album will be released in spring 2015. You won’t have to wait that long for new material, though. The band also announced they would be digitally releasing a brand new single, titled ‘Echoes to Come’, November 4th! They also gave us a small taste of the new song, which you can check out after the jump.

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NAYON

Due to work circumstances, I haven’t really been able to write a lot for HBIH in the second half of the year, but music is what kept me going through the long, tiring days at work the entire year. Without further ado, I present you the 15 albums, 3 EPs and 1 video that really became a part of my daily routine and made my life much more colorful. I really enjoyed listening to these over and over and I feel like they’ve become a part of me. That’s what matters with music, right? Also, I put a link/embed to listen to my favorite track from each album, so you can enjoy them like I did!

Without further ado, bring on my arbitrarily ordered list of enjoyable albums from this year that you should take seriously!

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riptide

Man did 2013 pass quickly or what? It feels like it was just last week that I was composing this same list for my albums of 2012. Speaking of which, this year sure does kick last year’s ass all kinds of ways when it comes to the music. In fact, in my experience they were complete polar opposites – 2012 delivered lots of good albums, but few truly great ones, whereas in 2013 I found myself digging way less music quantitatively, but almost everything I did end up liking was just amazing.

Well, scratch that, there probably was just as much good stuff released but I simply didn’t have the time for it. I completely missed a lot of albums that I have a sneaky suspicion would be up my alley (Scale the Summit, Exivious, Havok, Doomriders  etc.), and I definitely have a ton that I enjoyed but still haven’t spent much time with. So yeah, let’s begin with those, and then get to the juicy part.

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mephistopheles

Tasmania is one of the best spawning grounds for metal, this is a fact and I can prove it. Precisely 100% of the metal bands I’ve heard from this tiny island state of Australia have been great — in true infowars style, I’ll gloss over the fact that I’ve only heard two bands from there, but still, the statistics speak for themselves. Mephistopheles are the latest purveyors of brutality from this little piece of the globe and are the latest project to see light of day featuring legendary Psycroptic/Spawn Of Possession vocalist Matthew ‘Chalky’ Chalk.

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