Tag: Cynic

NEWS: Cryptosis. Cynic. Obscura. March 2024!

Its long been known that Century Media signings Cryptosis are set to open a co-headlining European tour trek which will find Cynic and Obscura going toe to toe but now, much to our surprise, that run has been extended. Ending Cynic playing Inferno Festival in Oslo Norway, the tour has had dates added to the

Playthrough: “Obeisance” from Lamentations!

Back in November Lamentations persuasion meant their Progressive Death Metal album “Passion Of Depression” was released via Willowtip Records with guitarists Jason Gobel (ex-Cynic), Santiago Dobles (ex-Cynic), Ole Borud (Extol), Ethan Mckenna (Black Crown Initiate), Max Phelps (ex-Cynic, Exist) each providing a guest solo. A cinematic concept album that portrays the pain, pleasure, joy and

NEWS: Lamentations offer second single “Ire”!

Joined by an intriguing selection of guest guitarists in Jason Gobel (ex-Cynic), Santiago Dobles (ex-Cynic), Ole Borud (Extol), Ethan Mckenna (Black Crown Initiate), Max Phelps (ex-Cynic, Exist), 11th November via Willowtip Records will see Lamentations return after six years away. The follow up to their 2016 debut album “Echoes in the Wind” will find frontman

Review: “Cortex” by Mindwork

After an eight year hiatus Prague-based Progressive Death Metal band Mindwork are back with a new line up and new music. Original members Martin Schuster (vocals, guitars) and Filip Kittnar (drums) are joined by new pairing Jiri Rambousek (lead guitars) and Dominik Vozobule (bass) for a new EP mastered by the legendary Jens Bogren (Sepultura,

Under The Influence #38: Karmatik on “Focus” by Cynic!

Founded in 1987 in Miami Florida by guitarist and vocalist Paul Masvidal and drummer Sean Reinert, Cynic incorporated elements of Progressive and Alternative Rock into Extreme Metal and after four demos in four years they signed to Roadrunner Records in 1991 and began work on the debut album. Both Masvidal and Reinert were part of