Category: Prog Death Metal

Exocrine- The Hybird Suns

Technical death metal’s most underappreciated band Exocrine is releasing another genre bending album this Friday June 17th “The Hybrid Suns”. The previous album “Maelstrom” even included some saxophone besides being heavy and complex. If you’re familiar with the band, you know what you’re getting into. Lots of groove, […]

Dischordia- Triptych

Dischordia is releasing their ambitious full length “Triptych” on Transcending Obscurity Reccords later this month on the 29th. This album falls short of nothing and improves on the two song journey “Binge/Purge” from 4 years ago that still holds as my personal favorite. They added even more dissonance, […]

Wilderun- Epigone

Progressive rock/death metal titans Wilderun are releasing their new album “Epigone” on January 7th and am beyond privileged to listen to it ahead of time. I’m a big Opeth fan and always will be. Mikael’s voice has drained extreme wise, and doesnt have the passion for extreme metal […]

The Beast Of Nod- Multiversal

Melodic technical death metal space invaders The Beast Of Nod are unleashing their coolest, most complex, melodic and flat out best album in their short existence. Trust me, this makes “Vampira: Disciple Of Chaos” look like a walk in the park. First off, the concept is great with […]

Klexos- Astathmēta Official Song Premiere

Progressive/Technical Death Metal outfit Klexos is premiering their new song “Astathmēta” with us today at TMR! The project features former Aronious member Brandon Brown and drummer Evan Neiman. Once I saw his accolades I was immediately interested considering how stellar Aronious is. Album Release Date: February 26, 2021Physical/Digital […]

Contrarian, “Only Time Will Tell

Our friends in Contrarian saw a positively stellar year in 2019. The ides of March brought forth their third full length album; a most impressive beast, Their Worm Never Dies further showcased the quality of the composition and instrumental skill Jim Tasikas and Brian Mason are capable of. […]

Alex Weber 2020 Interview

I interviewed musical mastermind Alex Weber of Exist /Wait/Svengahli/bassist luthier/man of many trades and bands.  I’ve been too involved in work this year and this month is gonna be slow, so I’ll be able to put in more work on the site starting with this interview.  I knew he was […]