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Gorguts – Colored Sands

The original masters of technical death metal with eldritch, unsettling and innovative songwriting have finally come out with a new album after twelve years. The band had broken up due to the suicide of drummer Steve MacDonald. Several years later, Luc Lemay (founding member, guitarist, vocalist) reinvented the band in 2009 with an all-stars lineup consisting of himself, Colin Marston of Behold... The Arctopus, Dysrhythmia, Krallice and several other amazing bands on bass, Kevin Hufnagel of Dysrhythmia on guitar, and John Longstreth of Origin fame on drums. Considering the legacy of the band and how well regarded their 1998 album Obscura is even to this date, making a new album that doesn’t disappoint fans after more than a decade of waiting is an extremely tall order to say the least. Yet here we have Colored Sands, Gorguts’s fifth album, and it’s clear that Gorguts are back again.
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Behold the Arctopus – Horrorscension

Every so often there's an album that can change someone's perspective on music. For whatever reason, good or bad, this record alters the way a person thinks of music. Records like Gorguts' Obscura, Cynic's Traced in Air, or Primus' Frizzle Fry push musical boundaries and cause people to think of it in a whole new light. Behold the Arctopus' latest release, Horrorscension, has the potential to be one of those albums for a lot of people.
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Krallice – Diotima

Krallice Diotima 01. - 02. Inhume 03. The Clearing 04. Diotima 05. Litany of Regrets 06. Telluric Rings 07. Dust and Light 2011 was arguably the best year I have ever personally seen in terms of ... Read More...