OSR: March 14th, 2016


What brought the waves, this time?

Look at that, a new 正∞胞体 (Seimugenhoutai) single. Apparently from October 2015, but just today added on bandcamp. It’s a pretty exciting chiptune-esque tech-djent song based on glitch aesthetics. I likes.

Secondly is Norse mythology-obsessed post-black metal band Talamyus, with their upcoming album Honour Is Our Code, Death Is the Reward. It’s a pretty big album on its own, and with very good post-metal compositions. This one comes out on April 12th.

Up next is Stuck in November. They’re a really promising math rock band from India, and their debut EP, First Slice of Cake is pretty chill yet technical. I’d say they’re a name to watch out for in the future.

I only have praise for The Pitts Minnemann Project. 2L82B Normal was one of my all-time favourite tech-fusion albums, and with The Psychic Planetarium, they’ve just outdone themselves in all the best ways possible, and it also features Tom “Fountainhead” Geldschläger on fretless guitar. This album is truly a must and will definitely be on our year’s-end list.

Feed Me Poison is OhBree‘s newest EP. Their particular brand of filthy folk rock is as amazing as ever on this rather short 4-song collection. If you haven’t already listened to them, they make really good, wonky folk rock with horns and other great ideas.

Space-themed electro-atmospheric black metal phenomenon Mesarthim just released a new EP by the name of Pillars. I’m clueless as to why they didn’t put the Pillars of Creation for their cover, but anyways… The music is pretty good as always, and still with that unique sound of theirs.

Malaise is a new single from Finland’s Oceill. Featuring Australian guitar wizard Plini, this is a pretty good instrumental ambient djent song that only bodes well for the future of the project. Check it out!

And finally, I’ve got myself Fire!‘s latest experiment, She Sleeps, She Sleeps, which Daniel covered for us already. It’s a very unique experimental jazz record that should please those who seek not be please musically.

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