In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, California native Enigma offer up a tantalizing early stream of their forthcoming debut EP, Stars Misaligned.
In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, we offer up an early stream of not one, but two, new releases by talented rising stars. One is more prog minded, the other more focused on devastation. So there's something for everything!
In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, Australian aliens Mephistopheles share an early stream of their new EP, In Reverence Of Forever, with out audience. Don't miss out on one of this year's best releases.
In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, we delve into new and exciting music from Proliferation and Thætas. Both are excellent examples of the current strength and diversity of the tech-death scene in 2016!
In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, we divert from the recent multi-month long early stream focus and delve into two 2016 lesser known gems that deserve to be covered in this space. With Torturous Inception offering more brutal minded fare, and Slave One taking you towards lofty prog filled heights.
In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, St. Paul, Minnesota natives Invidiosus unveil an early stream of Guided Towards the Inevitable. In just five heavily grimy, technical, and grinding tracks the band dismembers your organs and turns your brain into snakes. There is no escape!
In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, we deliver another early stream of a promising new act named Australis. Their forthcoming debut, Spaces of Hope, is an album you won't want to miss.
In today's Tech-Death Tuesday we delve into an early stream of Apus, the new full-length by The Schoenberg Automaton. A fearsome and strange record quite different than run-of-the-mill tech-death.
Illinois natives Caecus gift us with an exclusive stream of their debut album, The Funeral Garden. Atmospheric infused tech-death is the name of the game here, somewhat in the vein of Rivers of Nihil and Fallujah to give you a ballpark soundwise.
In today's death metal landscape, weird and warped sounds continue to make inroads as far as gaining new fans to this odd new take on death metal. In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, we explore a band along these lines from New Jersey called Replicant. And premiere an early stream of their debut ep, Worthless Desires.
South Carolina natives Enthean offer up an early stream of their debut full-length, Priests Of Annihilation for today's Tech-Death Tuesday. The band is notable for their unique blend of symphonic black metal colliding with technical death metal.
Today's Tech-Death Tuesday focuses on Connecticut based band Formless, who finally return with their long awaited and unfortunately delayed debut, Eon. A full early stream of the record follows within the post.
In today's Tech-Death Tuesday, The Ritual Aura allowed us to premiere two new songs from their upcoming full-length, Tæther. Each song premiering today features a guest spot by a well known tech-death musician!
Being a super niche genre like technical death metal means there are a whole host of bands that hardcore obsessive tech-death heads will know, but that many technical death metal fans still won't know at the same time. With that in mind, today's Tech-Death Tuesday zones in on underground classics by The Shattering and Anomalous.
Tech-Death Tuesday: SYMBIOTIC Destroy Minds And World's With An Early Stream Of Their Self-Titled EP
Cali natives Symbiotic prove their mettle in today's Tech-Death Tuesday. The band was kind enough to allow us to stream their upcoming self-titled EP ahead of it's hilarious 4/20 release date. Shred your soul!
Get ready for Unexpect crossbred with Augury levels of weird in today's Tech-Death Tuesday early stream of Solinaris-Deranged. Don't sleep on this record!
Space themed technical death metal returns as the focus of today's Tech-Death Tuesday for a second week in a row. I blame Wormed for putting me in the mood for sci-fi tech. Hail Space!
Got the new Wormed on the brain, but also on the look out for more space themed tech-death? If so, we've got you covered in today's Tech-Death Tuesday with cosmic deranged jams by Dystrophic and Nebulous. Carl Sagan would be proud!
As a fan of technical death metal, even I can admit a lot of newer bands sound very similar to each other stylistically. In the spirit of remembering some lesser known tech-death masterpieces, we're devoting today's edition to classic OG albums by Pavor and Harakiri.
Like Fleshgod Apocalypse and Irreversible Mechanism? Then clearly you need some more classical infused tech-death in your life! And we've got the life saving injection of it that you crave!