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Below is our complete Cyperna 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.
Cyperna has posted a teaser trailer online for the band's upcoming new album "Deliquesce." Check out the clip below, or you can watch a previously posted teaser video at this location. Further info on the new album will be announced as it is made available.
Connecticut's Cyperna has posted two teaser trailers online for the band's upcoming new album, which can be viewed below. You can also listen to music from Cyperna over at the band's Facebook profile. And remember: stop listening to lame music, or the metal yeti will find you!
Connecticut death/thrash band Cyperna posted a new music video for the song "As The Vultures Stare." The track appears on the band's self-released, self-titled debut EP released in February of this year. The video was directed by Edwin Escobar.
The EP is streaming on the band's official Facebook Page.
Check out the video here:
Connecticut melodic thrashers Cyperna have released a teaser for the new official video they are filming for "As the Vultures Stare," a track from the band's recent EP. You may view the teaser here. Cyperna also has another official video for the song "Empty Vessel," shown below. More...
Each week in Unearthing the Metal Underground we take a look at unsigned bands gracing a given locale. This week we will glance at the scene from Connecticut. Often viewed as the vast wasteland between New York and Boston, Connecticut often gets overlooked in terms of it's metal scene. Particularly distressing, considering many acts such as Fates Warning, Nasty Disaster, The Breathing Process and Liege Lord have heralded from there. Currently there are well over a couple dozen unsigned indie metal acts actively blazing the scene, but today we will take a look at three of the best.
Curse the Son
Coming at you from Hamden is stoner doom metal monster Curse the Son. Fronted by scene veteran and NWOBHM aficionado Ron Vanacore on vocals and guitar and completed by Cheech and Rich Lemley respectively, they describe their music as "the sound of dinosaurs walking the earth." Laying down slabs of riffs and mind-warping song lyrics, they purport to be influenced by valium, MJ and zoloft. Their music will take your higher conscious into one trippy journey. They released a full-length, "Klonopain," on their own last year. To listen to Curse the Son's music, check out the band's My Space Page.
Curse the Son - "Pulsotar Bringer"