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After releasing a series of official videos, Demonic Resurrection have now come up with a fantastic play-through video + lyric video which can be viewed at the band's official channel AT THIS LINK. Please check it out!
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One of India's longest running bands, Demonic Resurrection, are back with their fifth full length album and it's a unique take on the avatars of Lord Vishnu according to Indian mythology. Each song is dedicated to a different avatar and the artwork and lyrics are indicative of the same. 'Dashavatar' follows the band's trademark epic black/death metal style that the band have cemented over the decades. The fans won't be disappointed and at the same time this is an ambitious leap forward. Tasteful solos accentuate the soaring riffs, all impeccably structured to bring to life stories from ancient Hindu mythology. Suitably atmospheric and tempered to perfection, this album holds its own in an era of ever-increasing individuality.
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Earthists. released their debut record, "Dreamscape," in March and has gained a lot of attention for their technical abilities, as well as meaningful lyrics. The band is heavily influenced by progressive metal bands, some of which elements can be showcased in "Footprints." The standout characteristics of technical guitar work in the verses mesh perfectly with catchy lead guitars, all while implementing Guitarist Yuto Hirabayashi's unique chord progressions.
"Footprints" was originally intended to be an instrumental track. However, when Hirabayashi joined the band, he perfected the track with additional guitar riffs. The end result also included lyrics that focus on the idea that, "We're always meeting and parting in our lives, but in order to move on, we need to look past our footprints behind us."
Watch "Footprints" Play Through Now
"Dreamscape" is available now at Merchbucket and MerchNow.
Swiss Prog Death Unit Virvum premiere "Earthwork" drum playthrough video through Heavy Blog Is Heavy
Zurich, Switzerland based Progressive Death Metal group Virvum recently released their debut full-length called Illuminance. A record that's been touted by many metal media outlets worldwide as one of the best death metal records of 2016. Today the band partnered with Heavy Blog Is Heavy to exclusively premiere a new drum playthrough for the song "Earthwork".
The playthrough proves yet again that the group's skill is not a result of studio trickery, these are talented hard working musicians indeed.
You can catch Virvum drummer Diego Morenzoni gracefully bashing away at his kit on the "Earthwork" playthrough HERE
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