So there we have it! NASA have made a huge potentially life changing discovery in finding Trappist1 and seven earth like inhabitable planets. So naturally we thought, what would happen if you were to send Metal bands out to space and what Metal bands would be the spaciest? So we give you, Ten Metal Bands That Would Fit Perfectly On Trappist1!
It’s got to be their best yet.
Solar eclipses, the birth of your first born child, council tax payment deadlines. There are some things that you can not miss. Banding together the four horsemen of the Technical Death Metal apocalypse didn’t quite bring with them Famine, pestilence, death and war but it would have been pretty close. Consisting of Rivers of Nihil, Beyond Creation, Revocation and Obscura this is what separates the men from the boys.
Featuring Obscura, Revocation, Beyond Creation and Rivers Of Nihil.
2016 certainly has thrown down the gauntlet in terms of Metal releases. Despite us only just coming into the month of June so far we have had some absolutely astounding releases. From comebacks to phenomenal debuts, expansive work to avant garde madness this is a list chronicling just some of the newest releases this year. Today we will be looking at some of the releases from the first third of the year and boy are there some truly top additions.
Change can be a catalyst to influence great difference in a band. No stranger to a different line up, Obscura have at long last gathered momentum to release their first material in half a decade. Since the band’s primeval state, first stretching their metaphorical muscles in the cosmos the band have become one of the premier league in Technical Death Metal. Once more returning to the path of totality with a renewed sense of identity we welcome the genesis of a new epoch, the age of Akroasis.
Edging closer to the release date of Obscura’s much anticipated brand new album Akroasis the band have debut a third track entitled “The Monist“.
Celebrating the fantastic year that was 2015 sadly it is time to usher in the new year. With a new year comes Metal head’s favourite treat, new albums. We invite you to come with us to see what we believe to be some of the most anticipated albums of the next coming year. Adding in some that we’re speculating could be up for release into the mix as well.
Revealing that the band will be finally releasing their highly anticipated brand new album Akroasis just week’s ago the band have now unveiled the most important element, a brand new song.
At long last the seemingly endless updates from the Obscura camp have now ended. Earlier last week Obscura began counting down to something and now we can official reveal that the band have announced that their brand new album will be coming next year.
Now the second band to be dropping off the Summer Slaughter Tour.
A household name in the Death Metal drumming arena, Hannes Grossmann has been a part of numerous different bands in the genre. From the beginnings of Necrophagist from the stint in Obscura, whilst along the way performing with Blotted Science, consisting of Cannibal Corpse bassist Alex Webster and guitar wizard Ron Jarzombek. With a whole host of different bands in the man’s pocket one particular band are potentially the most interesting the man has put together thus far. Made up of Aborted, Obscura, Noneuclid and Dark Fortress members we present to you Alkaloid. Speaking out about the decision to leave Obscura, the bands new album and some of the drummer’s own inspirations we sat down for a long and thorough chat.