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Posted in Death Metal, death metal bands, Heavy Metal, Metal, metal bands, metal music, Music, rock music, rock music news with tags , , , , , on October 16, 2013 by Metal Odyssey

Slave Zero - band promo pic - 2013 - #377

Slave Zero are back with new EP Disambiguated Visionary. What can we expect from the fifth offering from the Dublin four-piece and follow-up to 2009’s ‘Exempt from all Tolerance’? “Heavy, Unrelenting and Unpredictable”, says vocalist Graeme V. Flynn. Focusing on more progressive and death metal elements than its predecessors, ‘Disambiguated Visionary’ is intended to “provoke thought and question the confines of what we see and perceive as humans alluding to our insignificance as qualified through scientific theories.”

The album which was recorded by the band’s own Ben Wanders at Nebula Studios, Galway features artwork by Paul McCarroll of Unhinged Art. Representing a futuristic humanoid, Graeme furthers, “who’s to say what the world will look like in 1,000 years or 5,000 years? If humankind ever manages to colonise parts of our solar system or beyond, the body will need to adapt to living in those conditions. The figure on the cover could potentially resemble a humanoid from that era. Humankind in our current form is not the peak of our evolutionary climb”.

Supported by a number of launch shows in Ireland the EP ‘Disambiguated Visionary’ will be released this November 10th on Double Standard Productions.

Slave Zero = Disambiguated Visionary - promo cover pic

Track Listing:

01 Mathmatically Legitimate Solution

02 Limitless Peripheral Perspective

03 Embroidered Strategy Of Calculated Misrepresent

04 Oscillating Perceptions Of An Abstract Existence

05 Anthropic Landscape Theory


(Source: Future PR)

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Posted in hard rock albums, hard rock bands, hard rock music, Heavy Metal, heavy metal albums, heavy metal bands, heavy metal music, metal odyssey, Music, rock music, rock music news with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 8, 2010 by Metal Odyssey

AVENGED SEVENFOLD – If a band is going to move forward, stay close, remain musically focused and courageously continue on after the tragic loss of a cherished family member, Avenged Sevenfold sure is trying and obviously succeeding. A7X drummer Jimmy “The Reverend” Sullivan passed away on December 28th, 2009. As defined, inventive and polished of a talented drummer as there could ever have been, “The Reverend” without question will forever be missed. Nightmare proves that life really does go on for Avenged Sevenfold in it’s sheer fantastical way… I’m certain “The Reverend” is beyond proud, as he looks down upon his band of brothers.  – Stone

Recently, Eski (Metal extraordinaire and founding member of Morphine Killer and Igloo Warfare), gave Metal Odyssey his thoughts on Avenged Sevenfold – Nightmare.

Eski’s take on the new A7X CD:

“I’ve been a huge fan of A7X since their very first CD, ‘Sounding The Seventh Trumpet’ – back then, they were a local band that was very impressive. It has been nothing short of amazing to see what kind of release that ‘Nightmare’ has received, whether people like them or not. The one thing that always gets me about their music, unlike so many other bands I’ve listened to, is the fact that I look forward to listening to every single song on the CD, not just the one or two “good ones”.

When the band goes all out on songs, like “God Hates Us” or the first single “Nightmare”, it really makes my skin tingle. But honestly, there’s two AMAZING stand out tracks, which are the Rev’s final contribution to the CD, the haunting piano driven track “Fiction” (especially the ending), and the incredibly epic “Save Me”, which by the end of the track will have you thinking of nothing but the love that they wanted to give a fallen brother.” – Eski

Eski & Belle/Morphine Killer

* You can find out more about Avenged Sevenfold and their new Nightmare album, by clicking this link: AVENGED SEVENFOLD – myspace music page

* Find out more about Eski, Morphine Killer and Igloo Warfare by clicking the links below:

MORPHINE KILLER – Official Website

MORPHINE KILLER – Myspace music

IGLOO WARFARE – myspace music




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