A surreal, creepy, and succinct illustration of Luc Lemay's feelings about Christianity The post M.C. Escher Would Appreciate the Cover of Gorguts' Colored Sands appeared first on MetalSucks .
Found 36 posts tagged colinmarston:
I last week spoke with Parquet Courts, who went on to collectively lament the reality that there are absolutely too many records out there that never pick up the appreciation they so incontrovertibly deserve. Their Light Up Gold may well have dwindled to become one such record, were it not ignited and allowed to explode late on last year ahead of its international release next month, and we can but hope that the eponymous début release from NYC trio Survival is afforded a similarly propitious fate. It's the sort of intensely invigorating conflation of elementary math-rock [...]
Gorguts joins Season Of Mist, adds another future death metal classic to 2013's slate
New York's knottiest black metal band has recorded its most rewarding album to date.
Mad Sourman checks out the NY black metal outfit's latest.
For some it may take a few listens to get accustomed, but once given a chance, the realm of progressive metal can be a many splendored thing. Dysrhythmia have always seemed to take the reigns of this beast naturally; bending the genre to their every will, having it hesitate and wait or pounce and attack [...]
Years Past Matter by Krallice Black metal experimentalists Krallice release their fourth full-length album, Years Past Matter , and it's definitely a step up from the New York band's last album, Diotima , in my opinion-at least from a production standpoint. Every drum hit and tremolo-picked guitar lead on Years comes through loud and clear. And because of that, the momentum of these tracks feels so much greater. Stream this entire album via the widget above, and enjoy!
Ultra-technical, ultra-progressive madmen Dysrhythmia have a new album on the way from Profound Lore. The title: Test of Submission . The title track is streaming above, the album is looking at an August 28th release date. The band features underground metal icons Kevin Hufnagel (Byla, Gorguts, While Heaven Wept) and Colin Marston (Krallice, Byla, Behold... the Arctopus, Gorguts). The band hasn't released an album since 20092s Psychic Maps , and this new track sounds like we can expect something just as busy, demanding, and detailed.
"Dysrhythmia" is an onomatopoeia of monikers; no other band's name so aptly describes their sound. Their off-kilter skronky noodle stew - created by the Vulcan mind meld trio of Colin Marston (Krallice, Behold... The Arctopus, Gorguts), Kevin Hufnagel (Gorguts, Vaura) and Jeff Eber (his parents) - is often imitated but never replicated; only Dysrhythmia themselves sound [...]
The incredibly awesome Death to All Tour, which reunited surviving Death members Paul Masvidal (above), Shannon Hamm, Bobby Koelble, Gene Hoglan, Sean Reinert, Steve DiGiorgio, and Scott Clendenin to raise awareness for Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, kicked off this past Friday night in San Francisco. And MetalSucks' intrepid photographer, Miikka Skaffari, was there to capture the action - along [...]
Yesterday it was announced that the Dallas stop of the upcoming Death to All Tour has been postponed; now the trek's organizers have announced that the Atlanta show has also been put on hold. Not shocking news, given that both of these shows were in danger of being cancelled due to low advance ticket sales, but I [...]
An anonymous reader just forwarded us the below e-mail from Ticketmaster (click to enlarge), announcing that the July 3 date of the Death to All Tour in Dallas, Texas has been "postponed": Although you may recall that both the Dallas and Atlanta stops of the tour were in danger of being cancelled due to low advance [...]
POOP. Sean Reinert, the tenth best drummer in modern metal, has ruptured his Achilles' tendon while practicing for the upcoming Death to All Tour. That obviously SUCKS A MAJOR ONE, but the good news is that Reinert is unfuckwithable, and is going to play the tour in some capacity anyway. Here's a statement from the man himself: [...]
I find this both hard to believe and incredibly depressing, but it's true - the Dallas, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia dates of this summer's Death to All Tour are in danger of being cancelled due to low advance ticket sales. This is the tour, in case you've somehow forgotten, that will reunited seven former members [...]
OH MY FUCKING LORD, the Death to All Tour somehow just got even more awesome. In case seeing a bunch of old Death tunes being performed by former members of that band (including Paul Masvidal, Shannon Hamm, Bobby Koelble, Gene Hoglan, Sean Reinert, Steve DiGiorgio, and Scott Clendenin) while being fronted by Obscura’s Steffen Kummerer and Abysmal Dawn's [...]
It's been nearly five years since the release of Behold... The Arctopus' last full-length, Skullgrid, but that should change soon: the band is readying a new album, called Horrorscension, for release later this year on a label still to be determined (assuming they don't just self-release). And now they've debuted a song from that album, entitled [...]
If you are either a) sad that this summer's Death to All Tour was only coming to five cities, none of which were anywhere near you, or b) an Atheist, then have I got some news for you. Yeah it's actually all there in the headline. Atheist have been added to the last three dates [...]
- nineinchnails - Came Back Haunted (2013)
- Disclosure - You & Me (Flume Remix)
- MIAuk - BRING THE NOIZE
- ScHoolboy Q - Collard Greens feat. Kendrick Lamar
- CFCF - Camera
- LordeMusic - Tennis Court
- "Dornik" - Something About You
- Mikky Ekko - "KIDS"
- Rustie - Slasherr [Flume Edit]
- Smith Westerns - "Idol" (Official Audio)
Arctic Monkeys - Do I Wanna Know? (Official Video)Inside "Magna Carta Holy Grail" with JAY Z + SamsungLocal Natives - You & I (Official Video)CHVRCHES - GunAlunaGeorge - You Know You Like It