Gorod have finally given us more new material to enjoy. The French technical death metal unit has a new musical offering prepared to be released called A Maze Of Recycled Creeds, due out on October 16th via Unique Leader Records in North America and on Listenable Records in Europe. "Temple To The Art God" is their new exercise in brutality and dexterity. Give it a spin here and let us know what you think.
Three years have passed since Gorod released their latest album, titled A Perfect Absolution. But the French technical death metal innovators have just revealed that they are releasing their next album this fall on Unique Leader Records (North America) and Listenable Records (rest of the world). As of today, you can start discovering the forthcoming opus, A Maze Of Recycled Creeds. The album cover and song titles have already been released.
A few months ago, the French technical death metal quintet Gorod revealed they're working on a new album, to be released in 2015. Now the band released a guitar playthrough of a new song, entitled "Celestial Nature", which you can behold below. Does it sound (and look) promising to you?
The new Gorod album is taking shape. The French technical death metallers are currently recording the follow-up to A Perfect Absolution and the drum parts and rhythm guitars are already done. The recordings are happening at Mathieu "Mat" Pascal's new studio and the band might share a taste of the new songs soon. What do you expect from the new album?
French tech death metallers Gorod have recently announced the departure of their drummer Samuel Santiago. Samuel was part of the group for the last 5 years, appearing on Process Of A New Decline and A Perfect Absolution studio albums. Check out the full statement of the band below.
Unique Leader Records and One By One Booking are proud to announce the return of its annual Extreme Metal tour - Bloodletting North America. Headlining this years' edition will be French tech-death metal masters Gorod, supported by Inanimate Existence, Kamikabe and Vale Of Pnath. The tour will span from May 3rd to June 1st, covering the US and parts of Canada.
We are pleased to announce that legendary French progressive tech death metal outfit Gorod signs multi album deal for North America with Unique Leader Records.
For years Gorod has set high levels of killer over the top extreme metal releases which many have seen as inspiration and influence on their writing techniques. As the band furthers itself in mind blowing song structure and deliverance they are set to unleash their 4th onslaught of technical mayhem on the masses entitled A Perfect Absolution.
French technical death metallers Gorod have announced the title of their upcoming fourth album: A Perfect Absolution. The album is planned to be released in March through Listenable Records and will feature guest solos by Obscura's Christian Muenzer and Mike Keene of The Faceless. A new trailer for A Perfect Absolution can be watched below and the older one can be viewed at Metal Injection.
French metallers Gorod have posted online a new song, "Disavow Your God", on their MySpace page.
"Disavow Your God" comes off the band's forthcoming album, entitled "Process Of A New Decline", which is scheduled for release before this summer via Willowtip Records.
UPDATE (thanks to Deadmeat)
French metallers Gorod have posted online another new song, "Programmers Of Decline", on their MySpace page.
"Programmers Of Decline" comes off the band's forthcoming album "Process Of A New Decline", which is due to be released in Europe on June 1st via Listenable Records (this summer in US via Willowtip Records).
French technical death metal virtuosi Gorod have inked a deal with Listenable Records. Their new album "Process Of A New Decline" sets a landmark in the bands career and will turn many heads in the metal community, rest assured!
With this new record, Gorod have cleverly spiced their diamond-cutting technicality with supercharged pinball machine melodies and fluttering sting ray guitar solos against a backdrop of grooves and bonkers bass playing, not to mention tighter, radioactive songwriting sure to burrow its way into permanent memory. Considering how slippery and complicated Gorod sounds on paper, it's immediately refreshing to be reminded that death metal can be catchy, brainy, and fun all at the same time "Process Of A New Decline" is sure to be one of the best technical death metal albums you've heard in quite some time!