Welcome Scribbler Metalheads! This time of year there generally aren't a whole lot of new tunes coming out as the year winds down with everyone doing there Best of the year lists but another year will be starting soon and it already looks to be another stellar year for metal. One we can expect early on, though there's no release date yet, will come from those awesome tech-death Tasmanian devils in Psycroptic!
So we still have no official release date, no official album art (though I'd say what you see up there is probably what it will be), no official album title (again it will probably be Echoes To Come) and no song list. What we do have from Psycroptic is a kickass tune, a chance to help a worthy cause and a kickass vid (ok it's pretty much a straight up performance piece but it's done cool from a filming aspect). The first few early releases ahead of their last album, 2012's The Inherited Repression, made that my most anticipated album of that year and so as soon as I heard they had hit the studio again I was already excited. After hearing Echoes To Come which was first released a few weeks ago my anticipation is high was again for a stellar 2015 release. Honestly, there isn't a band I more look forward to hearing new material from except Gojira. I'm assuming the brothers Haley (Dave on drums and Joe on guitar) will blow our asses away soon enough. Take a look at the vid for Echoes To Come then as always scroll down for some deets.
While the song should make you happy just by hearing it you can also feel a little better about yourself and feel like you're actually doing something by buying the song since a portion of the proceeds will go directly to Devil Ark, an organization fighting to save the Tasmanian Devil from extinction. Maybe you feel guilty about letting the black rhino go extinct this year? Hmmmm? So don't let it happen again, download this mother fucker of a tune on iTunes or Amazon. As soon as there is more info from Psycroptic or their label, Prosthetic Records, on the new album I'll get it out to all of you. In the meantime keep up to date yourself by following them on Facebook and/or Twitter.
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