Aussies Psycroptic just released a new clip for the tune "Echoes To Come". This is the first video created for their upcoming new self-titled album, their first since 2012's The Inherited Repression. You can see the band in action on the video below and listen to a new song. The tech-death metallers will release the new opus in early 2015, with the exact release date still to be confirmed.
Today, the Australian death metallers Psycroptic released a new single called Echoes To Come. This song is the first to be unveiled off their upcoming new album. This means you can now listen to their brand new track "Echoes To Come" here. All you have to do is click play on the Soundcloud widget below. Was it worth the wait? Is it a good introduction to the new album? Let us know.
Tasmanian technical death metal maestros Psycroptic are seeing their first three albums hit vinyl for the first time in history in a box set collection, entitled The Early Years, produced by Finnish label Blood Music. The band has also been working on their new album which has already been recorded and mixed. So, you can expect new tunes soon.
Belgian extreme metallers Aborted are excited to announce that they will be returning to Australia, where they will be touring in June together with the Australian tech-death machine Psycroptic. The opening act on this tour will be The Schoenberg Automaton. The list of tour dates is available below.
Through-out February and into early March, US technical death metallers Origin, together with Australian technical death metallers Psycroptic and Belgian razorgrinders Leng Tch'e, will embark on a European tour, taking off in Switzerland.
The Australian technical death metal outfit Psycroptic has revealed the cover art for its fifth studio album, The Inherited Repression, which will hit stores on February 7th in North America and February 10th in Europe on Nuclear Blast Records.
The Australian technical death metal outfit, Psycroptic, has announced that its fifth studio album, The Inherited Repression, will hit stores on February 7th in North America and February 10th in Europe. The upcoming nine-track full-length will mark the band's second release on Nuclear Blast Records.
Psycroptic will be joined by guest vocalist Zdenek Simecek (Godless Truth) on their upcoming US tour with Nile, Ex Deo, Keep Of Kalessin and Pathology. Vocalist Jason Peppiatt will be unable to join the band on the tour due to the imminent arrival of his newborn son.
"A month or so after we confirmed the US tour I was greeted with the excellent news that I would be a new father, halfway through the tour no less," commented Peppiatt. "Since I could not miss the birth, and I couldn't exactly drive from the US to Tasmania, I talked it through with the rest of the guys and decided to ask Zdenek in to fill for the last tour of the Ob(servant) album for me. Zdenek has been a long time friend of the band and is a super talented vocalist, so I'm happy to have him in my shoes for this run. I'll be working hard demoing the new material while at home (as well as changing nappy's), and I'll see you all in 2011!"
"Initiate" the new video from Tasmanian tech-death masters Psycroptic, can be viewed by clicking here.
The clip was directed by James Harmsworth of Express Media Productions and it reaches almost eight minutes in length. The song comes off Psycroptic's fourth album, "Ob(Servant)", which entered the AIR chart (Australian Independent Recordings) at position No.7.
A new Psycroptic track called "Ob(Servant)" is available for streaming on the band's official MySpace. The song is the title cut of the group's new album, "Ob(Servant)", which is scheduled for release in Europe on September 26th and in North America on October 14th via Nuclear Blast Records.
Psycroptic's record label Nuclear Blast have announced the following about the band's new album:
"The new album and Nuclear Blast debut, (Ob)Servant, by Tasmanian Tech Death Metallers Psycroptic will include a free bonus DVD featuring a studio diary as well as full live shows of their 2006 gig in Amsterdam, Netherlands and Wellington, New Zealand, 2008. The free bonus DVD will run about 85 minutes in total. (Ob)Servant will be released on September 26th as CD/DVD and will be on sale for the price of a regular CD".