Cryptopsy - Two New Songs Online


"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.

Check out more details about the album here and here.



[Also thanks to Oaken for sending in this news!]


Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Cryptopsy
 
Posted: 15.08.2012 by BudDa


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15.08.2012 - 19:43
J. N.
Aren't those Children Of Bodom song titles?
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Demetrius: Villain, what hast thou done?
Aaron: That which thou canst not undo.
Chiron: Thou hast undone our mother.
Aaron: Villain, I have done thy mother.
- William Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus: Act 4, Scene 2 (1593)
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15.08.2012 - 19:47
Baz Anderson
Sounds great! Can't wait to listen to the whole thing.
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15.08.2012 - 19:58
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
Major step up from the previous
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15.08.2012 - 20:38
a MasT
Dig the artwork. Although its weird to see the band name at the top and then the band name in the classic design at the bottom...
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15.08.2012 - 21:20
Angelic Storm
Melodious
Just listened to both songs, and my interest in the new album is definitely higher than it was before I listened to them. "Two-Pound Torch" is an intriguing mix of brutal death and melodic death, though the melodic death element may put some of the fans who hated the last album off. I thought the blend worked well, a very cleverly written song! "Red-Skinned Scapegoat" on the other hand, is a pure feast of technical death, which is very much a Cryptopsy tradition. Both songs are very good, and I have pretty high hopes for the album now!
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15.08.2012 - 21:51
MetalDoomMaster
I haven't heard any terrible cleans yet, but I also hear way too much deathcore influence still. The vocals and the music lack the ferocity that gives their old work such character. The guitar riffs in "Two-Pound Torch" sound like a metalcore re-hash of every other metalcore band that tries to sound brutal when they throw in some mediocre squeals. I admit that this is much better than the garbage that was "The Unspoken King", and I will probably still give this a spin, but listening to this does not give me high hopes.
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15.08.2012 - 22:48
CHEF METALHEAD
KEEP IT METAL
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Chef Metal Head
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15.08.2012 - 23:23
Tristus Scriptor
Rancid Reviewer
I respect this band. I respect their decisions. Didn't like "The Unspoken King", but understood their urge to experiment (it didn't work out- in my opinion- but; whatever). This is the rightful follow-up progression (with a small taste of positive regression here and there) to "And Then You'll Beg", which is one of my favorite releases anyway.
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15.08.2012 - 23:28
Carl Berg
Carl Berg
Holy shit, this is amazing! Especially the second song, Cryptopsy is back baby!
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15.08.2012 - 23:28
Oaken
Hipster
The only Cryptopsy record I've listened to before is None So Vile, and I guess that these two songs are somehow similar in style. Of course, they aren't as good as None So Vile (Nothing is, because that album is the definition of death metal mastery), but they sound decent and because of that I'm going to listen to the whole album when it comes out.
BTW I asked Cryptopsy about the length of the album on Facebook and they said it is going to be roughly 35 minutes long.
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In that case, man is only air as well.
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15.08.2012 - 23:50
Rupert
Written by Oaken on 15.08.2012 at 23:28

BTW I asked Cryptopsy about the length of the album on Facebook and they said it is going to be roughly 35 minutes long.


So they've basically already released half the album. Sounds good!
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15.08.2012 - 23:52
Oaken
Hipster
Written by Rupert on 15.08.2012 at 23:50

Written by Oaken on 15.08.2012 at 23:28

BTW I asked Cryptopsy about the length of the album on Facebook and they said it is going to be roughly 35 minutes long.


So they've basically already released half the album. Sounds good!

Personally I think that None So Vile's short length contributed to its awesomeness. Hope it turns out good for this one too.
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In that case, man is only air as well.
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16.08.2012 - 00:08
Rupert
Written by Oaken on 15.08.2012 at 23:52

Personally I think that None So Vile's short length contributed to its awesomeness. Hope it turns out good for this one too.


I don't know that album well enough to comment on it, but I find for albums in general a short one can go either way. Just depends on what the music's like, sometimes you can be left starving for more, and sometimes you've had just the right amount.
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16.08.2012 - 00:15
Oaken
Hipster
Written by Rupert on 16.08.2012 at 00:08

I don't know that album well enough to comment on it, but I find for albums in general a short one can go either way. Just depends on what the music's like, sometimes you can be left starving for more, and sometimes you've had just the right amount.

Yeah, I agree with you. I simply mean that IN CASE the upcoming album is going to be boring, it'll be much better if it's 35 minutes than, let's say, 50 minutes.
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In that case, man is only air as well.
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16.08.2012 - 03:30
LeChron James
Helvetesfossen
That wasn't bad. Definitely worth pausing Elton John for.
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Kick Ass, Die Young

Less is More
Stay Pure
Stay Poor

Music was my life, music brought me to life and music is how I will be remembered long after I leave this life. When I die there will be a final waltz in my head that only I can hear.
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16.08.2012 - 08:43
Opethian
I have just received news that Lord Worm is no longer in his Facepalm position This sounds solid
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16.08.2012 - 09:42
Void Eater
Crunkcore Fan
These are the worst vocals I've ever heard and completely ruin the songs.
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16.08.2012 - 17:13
Malphas
I can't really agree with Void Eater..but i can't really disagree either. Not the best vocals out there but to be honest (ok i'm gonna get some death threats for this but...) i've never been the biggest Lord Worm fan myself (not saying he isn't good...i just didn't like his style that much) so imo Mike DiSalvo was doing the best vocal job in Cryptopsy, but then again that's just my opinion...so i wouldn't say that Matt is ruining the songs but...yeah he ain't the greatest out there either xD
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exclude the impossible and what's left is the truth.
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19.08.2012 - 02:55
Tristus Scriptor
Rancid Reviewer
I almost see where Malphas was going with that last comment. I love DiSalvo. His voice is very punchy and percussive, making the (optimistic) listener not care if the scene argues over hints of "core" or not. Really, Matt's doing a fine job here. Kinda typical for tech-death vocals, but really...who cares. He's kind of a good neutral, unobtrusive mid-point between Worm and DiSalvo here- kinda letting Cryptopsy THE BAND be themselves, and simply being their current respective vocalist (like I said- HERE, not on the Unspoken King...which WAS vocally obtrusive).
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