As hinted at on social media, French DJentlemen The Dali Thundering Concept have been joined by Matteo Gelsomino (Sal3m, ex-Novelists) and Raphael Weinroth-Browne (Leprous) for a brand new shinny chrome plated new single called “Lost In Translation“. It’s the first from an upcoming album with the band looking to break the record for the number of
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Bassist Steve Treguier from The Dali Thundering Concept has shown off his home studio setup with this bass playthrough video for “Ostrich Dynasty” from their 2018 album “Savages“. A favourite of Kinkshamer, whose entry in our Under The Influence series is a must read, it’s performed on his signature Basti Bass STM from Vola Guitars.
The Dali Thundering Concept hail from Paris France and while often described as being a Mathcore DJent 4 piece, they also offer a bridge in to the more technical aspects of Deathcore, Progressive Metalcore and if course Electronics with hints of Jazz. They’re sub-genre spanning material arguably reached a new height with “Savages” in 2018.
If you haven’t already heard “Societal Sects” from Kinkshamer, which we had the joy of reviewing earlier this month then what are you waiting for?! We had the pleasure of previewing it before its release thanks to vocalist Riley Rowe and then the chance to talk to him about the offering. Here’s what he had
Taken from their April released album “Savages”, The Dali Thundering Concept have released a music video for “There is no calm before the Storm”. They be joining Sunderland’s Nexvila for a tour to UK Tech-Fest next weekend.
Arcaeon have been added to London date of the aforementioned Nexvila UK run from Sunderland to Tech-Fest. That means that there will be an epic 5 band bill at Camden’s The Black Heart on 3rd July! The line-up in full will be Nexvila, Valis Ablaze, Unprocessed, The Dali Thundering Concept and Arcaeon! It doesn’t get
Sunderland Progressive Death Metal heavyweights Nexvila have announced they will be touring across the UK to Tech-Fest this summer. It’s been 4 years since their album “Eschatologies” saw release through ghost music so here’s hoping that this tour will see the band airing new material! The northern dates will see support from God Eater, who