Tag: Psycroptic

Review: “The Absence” by itSELF

The roots of itSELF go back as far as 2005 when Brazilian guitarist Ricardo Falon, now know for his work in both Sinister and Belphegor met drummer Estevan Furlan, their ambitions in Death Metal for the project huge. However things ground to a halt in 2013 with life getting in the way of perpetual forward motion

NEWS: itSELF discuss Chernobyl with “Voices Of The Unheard”!

itSELF, a supergroup featuring members and former members of Sinister, Belphegor, The Monolith Deathcult, Obsidious, Obscura and Psycroptic are joined by Helle Bogdanova of Ignea fame for “Voices Of The Unheard“, a second single from their upcoming new album “The Absence“. A song that runs deep on themes of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, it was

Playthrough: “The Verdict” from itSELF!

Now comprising a collection of seasoned veteran musicians known for their work in Sinister, Belphegor, The Monolith Deathcult, Obsidious, Obscura and Psycroptic, the return of itSELF is set for 26th May with “The Absence“. An album of eight vicious cuts, first single “The Verdict” has been given a guitar playthrough video…

NEWS: itSELF return with an all star Death Metal guest list!

Fourteen years after their debut album “Make My Heart Suffer” the return of itSELF is set for 26th May with “The Absence“. Formed in 2005 by Ricardo Falcon (known for his work as a session musician recording bass and guitars for Death Metal legends Sinister and touring as a session guitarist with Belphegor for 150

NEWS: Psycroptic. Entheos. Benighted. Archspire. March 2023!

Prosthetic Records Divine Councillors Psycroptic have announced their participation in the 2023 incarnation of Tech-Trek Europe. They will be joining Entheos and Benighted in supporting Archspire as they tear across the continent pedalling Technical Death Metal to the masses with the stops upon our shores taking place in March. Tickets go on sale on 5th

NEWS: Psycroptic seek the prophet?

Continuing to celebrate their now one month old baby ahem new album “Divine Council“, Australian Technical Death Metal overlords Psycroptic have shared a music video for the album’s lyrical title track in “The Prophet’s Council“. This one surfaces as the band arrive in the US for a run of shows with Fallujah, Cognitive and Interloper

Review: “Abhorrent Obsessions” by Carrion Vael

Hailing from Richmond Indiana, Carrion Vael have been walking where Gods fear to tread since unveiling 2017’s “Resurrection Of The Doomed” confirmed their abilities in alchemy, combining elements of Technical, Melodic and Traditional Death Metal with not only Thrash but Slam and Old School Death Metal to create a sound that stands out from the

Review: “Toxoplasmosis” by Slaves of Dissonance

Adorned by artwork from none other than Psycroptic vocalist Jason Peppiatt, the debut EP “Toxoplasmosis” from Brisbane Australians Slaves of Dissonance was recorded in June and July this year with Chris Ross from Pulpitation Studios (Helltrippers, Mergatroyd, Adriatic) who also produced the EP. Intriguingly, while the band cite influences in the likes of Lamb Of God, Gojira

NEWS: Psycroptic premier “Enslavement”!

Short of a Friday payday, is there anything quite like a release date music video? Australian Death Metal titans Psycroptic have celebrated the release of their eighth studio album “Divine Council” with “Enslavement” filmed at Oi Studios in Tasmania. If you haven’t already had the pleasure the album, mixed and mastered by guitarist Joe Haley

NEWS: Psycroptic pity the fool?

After an audio stream of the cut appeared not so long ago, Australian Death Metal act Psycroptic have dropped a full blown music video for “A Fool’s Errand“. They’ve been cutting their path through the Urban Jungle for the past two decades and show no signs of stopping with new album “Divine Council” dropping on