We reached a lot of milestone markers in the success of Metal Noise in 2021 and while we weren’t able to bring you anywhere near as many live reviews as we’d hoped for or any summer Festival coverage (for obvious reasons), there were some real bucket list moments chalked off, including our fly on the
Tag: Tectonic Displacement
Armed with a Kiezel Zeus 7 with Fishman Florence Modern Pickups, the Neural DSP plugin fortin NTS suite plugin and an Audient iD14, guitarist and vocalist Tim Engström from Swedish Melodic Death Metal quartet Tectonic Displacement has given a run down of his guitar parts from “Halcyon” from the bands debut EP “The Futility Of Man“.
Our journey through this Metal life has taken us to Kiruna, Sweden and Tectonic Displacement, a quartet who impressed us with their EP “The Futility Of Man“. The band create Melodic Death Metal with Progressive leanings which is something that everyone can enjoy while sinking a cup of Skull Crusher Coffee, a shot of Jägermeister
Hailing from Kiruna, Sweden Tectonic Displacement recorded their debut EP “The Futility Of Man” with Johan Karlsson (Toxic Crypt, Reaper’s Mark, Long Road To Success) at JSK Audio, where he also handled mixing and mastering duties. Coupled with stunning artwork by Andreas Johansson, the quartet of Tim Engström (Guitars and Vocals), David Nutti (Guitar), Kristoffer
Guitarist and vocalist Tim Engström from Tectonic Displacement has given a run down of his guitar parts from “The Futility of Man“, the title track of the bands EP released on 22nd January 2021. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Johan Karlsson (Toxic Crypt, Reaper’s Mark, Long Road To Success) at JSK Audio, the Kiruna, Sweden