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Below is our complete Subscale news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Croatian band Subscale just released a new single from the upcoming album "Devolution." Check out "Act Of Violence" below. Subscale consists of:
Ivan Jovicic - Vocals
Jovan Vucetic - Guitars
Mario Tomaškovic - Guitars
Igor Ceranic - Electronics and samples
Andreas Šala - Bass Guitar
Subscale has posted a music video online for the track "Interception," taken from the band's debut album "The Last Submission," which which was released in March via Geenger Records and IDM music.
The "Interception" music video was shot and edited by SmartCube Productions in association with Subscalar Studios. Check it out below.
Croatian act Subscale has posted the song "Interception" online, which comes off the band's new album "The Last Submission," out now via Geenger Records. Give the song a listen in the player below.
Subscale has posted a new song online titled "Realization," which is the third track from the band's upcoming "Fictional Constructs" EP due out August/September 2012. The song can be heard in the player below, and the band also commented:
"Hey peepz...here is something special we have been working on for some time. It's a tad different from the other material but we hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Be sure to use your headphones if available to get the full out of the song..."
A new Croatian metal project called Subscale, comprised of Mario Tomaškovic, Jovan Kosta Vucetic, and Hrvoje Kneževic, has posted it's first recording, a cover of Metallica's "Carpe Diem Baby" from the "Reload" album. It has been recorded, mixed, and mastered in by Subscalar Studios, the band's home studio in Zagreb, Croatia. The vocals have been recorded by Karlo Horvat from Croatias band Kryn and additional vocals by Matija Auker of Kevlar Bikini.
Check out the song, the band's first home recorded and mixed material, below: