Just a few days after they announced the release of a new EP, Cryptopsy are already showcasing a new track. The Canadian death metallers are currently streaming The Book Of Suffering Tome 1 EP opener, called ''Detritus (The One They Kept)''. The song and new video are available for your viewing pleasure below. Are you pleased with the quality of the new material? Share your thoughts.
There is good news today for fans of Cryptopsy. After three years, the band is releasing new material in the form of the EP titled The Book Of Suffering Tome 1, the first in a series of EPs entitled The Book Of Suffering, which were crowdfunded. The death metallers will also premiere the video for "Detritus" on September 25th (produced by Chris Kells from Front to Back Video Production). The official release date of this EP is on October 30th 2015. For now, check out below all the EP details available at this point.
In between a handful of festival appearances, Canadian deathmongers Cryptopsy will do a handful of club gigs throughout Europe and United Kingdom with fellow death metal tanks Blood Red Throne and Psycroptic.
Ex-Cryptopsy vocalist Mike DiSalvo has teamed up with former and current Neuraxis members, guitarist Rob Milley, bassist Oli Pinard and drummer Tommy McKinnon for a new project called Akurion. The band has just released their first song "Yet Ye See Them Not" and you can listen to it here along with a teaser.
Cryptopsy need their fans to help them. The long-standing Canadian death metallers just launched a crowdfunding campaign. The group is releasing the first installment of The Book Of Suffering, and you can support this project on their Indiegogo Campaign filled with perks and goodies. The first part of the EP series is titled The Book Of Suffering Tome 1.
Tech death metallers Cryptopsy have finally announced their return to the United States. Last time Cryptopsy played in the US was on Summer Slaughter 2008, and the return was long overdue. They will share the stage with the masters of brutality Disgorge, fellow Quebecois metal fiends Erimha and the mighty Soreption.
The Amnesia Rock Fest has announced some of the bands that will be performing in Quebec, Canada, this June and Cryptopsy are in the line-up and will be doing the show with special guest former vocalist Lord Worm.
The self-titled release from Montreal extreme metal veterans Cryptopsy is now available throughout North America via Cryptopsy/Defen Society in association with Revolution Harmony/Candlelight Records. To celebrate the widespread release of Cryptopsy, all eight songs from the opus are streaming here or on player below.
Canadian death metallers Cryptopsy have unveiled the new song "Boden", which is now available for streaming below. The song is from 2011 and will be featured on the band's best of collection The Best Of Us Bleed. "Boden" is one of three unreleased studio tracks only available on this release. This collection was released yesterday in Europe and is coming up on November 19th, 2012 in North America courtesy of Century Media.
Canadian death metallers Cryptopsy will soon release a 2CD/digital download "best of" collection entitled The Best Of Us Bleed. The band has now teased this release with a brief video, which you can watch here. Century Media Records will release The Best Of Us Bleed on November 12th in Europe and on November 19th in North America.
"The Golden Square Mile", a brand new song from Canadian extreme metallers Cryptopsy has premiered and is streaming exclusively at this location. The track will appear on the band's self-titled album, to be self-released on September 11th.
"Two-Pound Torch" and "Red-Skinned Scapegoat", two new songs from Canadian death metallers Cryptopsy, are now available for streaming here and here. The two songs are set to appear on Cryptopsy's upcoming self-titled album, scheduled for release on September 11th.
Canadian metallers Cryptopsy have released the official trailer for their upcoming new self-titled album Cryptopsy. The band has already revealed the album's artwork and tracklist, which can be seen here. The album's trailer is available for viewing in the video below. It features a medley of parts and sections from the upcoming album. They have been pieced together with visuals from the forthcoming "The Making Of Cryptopsy" documentary which will be released with the new album on September 11th.
In case you didn't know, Cryptopsy have a new album coming up, four years after the release of The Unspoken King. The upcoming self-titled album from the Canadians should be released later this year and the band has just revealed its tracklist and artwork, available below. The cover is the creation of Mircea Gabriel Eftemie.
Following the recent departure of Cryptopsy's former bassist Youri Raymond, the Canadian death metal outfit has been quick to announce a replacement. Olivier Pinard (also in Neuraxis) has taken over "4 string" duties. Pinard has officially joined Cryptopsy on a full time basis. Check him out below playing to the band's "Cold Hate Warm Blood".