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Karybdis

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Karybdis Posts Music Video Teaser

Karybdis will be releasing a new music video for the track "Minotaur" this weekend, which comes off the band's "From the Depths" album. A teaser trailer for the video is now available below. The full "From the Depths" track listing is as follows:

1. Minotaur
2. From the Depths
3. Without Wings
4. Arson Aesthetics
5. Worth It
6. I Say
7. Medusa
8. Maelstrom
9. The Hourglass
10. Deathtoll

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Karybdis Streaming Entire Album Online

London based metallers Karybdis are streaming their debut album, "From The Depths," online via No Clean Singing. Check out the full album stream at this location. The following press release was also issued:

"The album beefs its way through ten tracks of forward-thinking heavy music that marries the savage riffing and percussive precision of death metal, groove metal and brutal hardcore to the epic sweep of ancient Greek myths and legends and is released worldwide on Monday, July 2nd.

"Named after a mythical sea creature that appears in Homer’s Odyssey, Karybdis are as ageless and epic as the ancient tales they tell on 'From The Depths'. The addition of working with legendary producer and sound wizard Russ Russel, famed for his work with Napalm Death, Evile, Dimmu Borgir and many more, has brought the band’s music to life like never before."

The album will be available via iTunes and other digital retailers from Monday, July 2nd. The track listing is as follows:

1) Minotaur
2) From the Depths
3) Without Wings
4) Arson Aesthetics
5) Worth It
6) I Say
7) Medusa
8) Maelstrom
9) The Hourglass
10) Deathtoll More...

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Karybdis To Release Debut Album

Rising from the U.K. metal underground scene, London based Karybdis is set to release debut album "From The Depths" on July 2nd, 2012. The following press release was issued about the album:

"Showcasing breathtaking flair and finesse, this is forward-thinking heavy music that marries the savage riffing and percussive precision of death metal, groove metal and brutal hardcore to the epic sweep of ancient Greek myths and legends. A potent new hybrid driven by passion, power and the tireless pursuit of progress, 'From The Depths' is as fresh and invigorating as any metal album in recent memory.

"Exemplified by a genre-blending versatility and a devastating degree of sonic depth and muscle, songs like imperious album opener 'Minotaur' and the monumental 'Demonstration' exhibit an otherworldly quality that belies Karybdis’ burgeoning reputation as new metalcore figureheads. Completed by guitarists Pierre Dujardin and Harsha Dusari, bassist Jay Gladwin and recently-recruited frontman Rich O’Donnell, this international wrecking crew have evolved at a breathless pace since forming in 2008 and have struck upon a fizzing, ferocious inter-band chemistry that has led to a debut album that bulges with jaw-dropping dynamics and moments of exhilarating intensity. Named after a mythical sea creature that appears in Homer’s Odyssey, Karybdis are as ageless and epic as the ancient tales they tell on 'From The Depths'."

"We all have such different influences that we can’t be pinned down to a specific genre,” explains drummer Mitch McGugan. “The combination of all our ideas makes us unique. When we write we do it together and write what we want to hear. We never try to cater to a specific audience."

“Karybdis created huge whirlpools from the depths of the ocean in order to engulf any passing sailors,” explains McGugan. “We want to exert that kind of power too. We wanted a link between the name of the band and album title, something that also represented the beginning of something new for us. The lyrics range from being about dreams and mythological creatures to notions of love, lust and grief. Rich is quite a recent addition to the band, but he really pulled out all the stops on this album, and surprised us all a few times during the recording process!” More...

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