Wisconsin progressive deathcore band Immortalis have shared a teaser for their new music video and song, Leviathan, which is set to release October 26th. This will be the first release from the band since their debut EP Symmetry which was released in 2017. Since their first release, the band has toured the midwest and played alongside huge names such as Mushroomhead, Within The Ruins, Fit For An Autopsy, Oceano, and Beartooth.
After working for two and a half years. Indiana death core band, Perpetrators, have finally released their debut album, Fade To Ashes, comprised of blood, sweat, tears, and straight passion. I caught up with member’s Devon Scott and Izaac Daugherty to ask a few questions about their debut album and to snap some promos for the release.
Formed in 2010, the boys in Mycelia already have quite an impressive resume: 2 EP’s and 3 LP’s. Mycelia have continuously strived to defy the traditional boundaries between metal’s various subgenres, while still keeping their sound fresh and engaging. Drawing on influences ranging from hardcore, metal and djent to jazz and classic film scores, the Swiss six-piece has continually baffled both critics and fans with their complex, heavy-yet-catchy arrangements. The band’s signature sound pairs groovy, crushing rhythmic sections with subtle, intricate melodies, on top of surgically precise drumming and vocal arrangements that range from soaring clean vocals to utterly brutal screams and growls. Their newest outing, Apex, is due out October 12th via Eclipse Records. I had a chance to chat with the band about some various topics like the origin of their name, where their roots lie in terms of influences, and plenty of other interesting topics. For more information on Mycelia, please visit them on Facebook, Twitter, or Eclipse Records, and follow them on Spotify. Preorders for the album can be found here.
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