It’s been quite some years since we‘ve heard of Dirt Spawn Disease and the lack of announcements is unreasonable and discouraging to say the least. It took the band five years for the release of the music video for ‘Under Indifference’ but finally the video is available for our viewing pleasure.
Therefore, I thought I should give a heads-up for this outstanding band, so consider this more of a suggestion than an actual review.
”The self-titled (unreleased) album by the Athens based DSD reeks professionalism and experimentation, a great combination of slow yet heavy sludge riffs with the complexity and … Read more
“On Par With I”, the new guitar playthrough video from Athens based, progressive death metallers ONCE THEM EDENS, can be seen below. The song is composed and performed by the band’s mastermind Ω, and the video was shot and edited by Athina Tousia.
”Omega’s riffing menace leads up to a relatively up-tempo instrumental section that follows and lets the progressive element of the album shine. This song is no other than ‘On Par With I’ and its perplexing rhythmic changes that occur without cessation, tied with an astounding bass guitar and a conclusion that features some
If there is a band that I theoretically should not like, it’s Coheed and Cambria. Pop-rock with a tiny touch of prog. What’s more to hate than this?
But man, what drives me here is the story. In this case, it has gone by the name The Bag.On.Line Adventures, before eventually changing to The Amory Wars. And I’ve been buying every single comic that has been done by Claudio (lead singer and guitarist), and even the novel for The Year of the Black Rainbow.
That’s how I would put Murder Construct’s new song, “Compelled by Mediocrity”.
The song has made quite some waves since it’s release. To understand why, just watch the lyric video below.
My favorite line might be “Booooorn tooooo suck!”.
Of course, some might see this song as a direct attack to the djent community. And while it is, it is so tastefully put that I don’t care the least of the world, even though I love well-done djent (Ever Forthright is the band that comes to mind).