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Suicide Silence are a deathcore band from Riverside, California, United States that formed in 2002. The band has so far released three full-length albums on Century Media: The Cleansing, No Time to Bleed, and most recently The Black Crown. The band worked with renown producer Machine (Lamb of God and various other bands) who produced, mixed, engineered, and programmed No Time to Bleed.
Suicide Silence plays a style of deathcore that’s also influenced by grindcore, death metal and mathcore from the complex speed and time signatures in their music. The drumming is very fast-paced and the vocalist frequently switches from low death growls to high-pitched screams.
Vocalist Mitch Lucker was involved in a motorcycle accid...
Soreption is a Swedish Technical Death Metal band. Having razor sharp technical riffs and schizophrenic time signatures topped with catchy chugging grooves and intense vocals, they have created their signature sound not yet replicated by any other modern band. For fans of Decapitated, Aeon, and Necrophagist.
Their debut album Deterioration of minds, mixed and produced at Sidelake Studios,Sweden by
Tommy and Chris Rehn from ANGTORIA. New album coming in summer 2013.
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IMMINENCE began as a music project, the fall of 2009, with roots in the melodic death metal genre. The project was founded by guitarist Harald Barrett in the southernmost part of Sweden. Shortly after, Eddie Berg joined on vocals.
In late February 2010, guitarist Alex Arnoldsson joined the group. Simultaneously a decision was made, the band were to be called IMMINENCE.
By this time they had slowly started to leave the original genre, melodic death metal, and begun breaking new ground. With a more open-minded character, new influences were gathered from a variety of different genres. The sound created was far more unique, and the quality of the music became more atmospheric, dynamic and powerful than before.
Six months la...