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Pittsburgh's experimental black metal grindcore outfit Dendritic Arbor premieres a new song entitled "Cotard Delusion", taken from the upcoming new album "Sentient Village, Obsolescent Garden", which will be out in stores December 20, 2015.
Check out now "Cotard Delusion" below.
There’s no rest for the wicked. While the extreme metal reprobates from Dendritic Arbor are out destroying venues in the United States, they’re simultaneously announcing details of an upcoming EP, entitled "Sentient Village, Obsolescent Garden."
The band has now developed far beyond ots blackened roots and incorporates all manner of of noise, doom, tech-death and other extreme influences.
To give you a taster of this 20-minute intense ride, the song “Keratoconus” can be heard below. "Sentient Village, Obsolescent Garden" will be self-released on December 20, 2015 and features the following track listing:
1. Cotard Delusion
2. Failed Manifestations
4. Latex More...
Dendritic Arbor's new EP "Sentient Village // Obsolescent Garden" is set to be self-released this coming December 30, 2015.
From original black metal origins, the quintet has branched out like the neuron process from which the group's name is derived. If you thought the "Romantic Love" album (released earlier this year via Grimoire Records) was a ruckus, then this new material will inspire a war on several fronts - including doom, noise and grind.
If you’re looking for experimental and challenging extreme music in 2015, you cannot steer wrong with Dendritic Arbor. Not for the faint of heart or ear, the EP's track listing will be as follows:
1. Cotard Delusion
2. Failed Manifestation
4. Latex More...
Pushing onwards in a bid to create the most intense musical experience known to metal, Pittsburgh’s Dendritic Arbor is now unveiling new steps in this plan. Step one: decimate the United States.
The band just started a tour with bludgeoning grind act Maruta, which heads from coast to coast and back again, after smashing the Dendritic Arbor hometown two nights ago. The tour is in support of this year's "Romantic Love," out now on Grimoire Records, although there's new material on the immediate horizon which you'll be hearing very soon... More...
The month of November will see two of Pennsylvania’s hardest working underground acts set forth on a trek to decimate 15 cities throughout the East Coast and Central U.S.
Pittsburgh’s blackened crust grinders Dendritic Arbor and Philadelphia’s black metal Horde Haethen kick off the "No Souls, No Minds" tour in Pittsburgh on November 1st, capping off with a show in Philadelphia, PA. A complete list of dates can be found below.
11/01: Pittsburgh, PA @ The Shop w/ Complete Failure, Wrought Iron
11/02: Dayton, OH @ Blind Bobs
11/03: Indianapolis, IN @ Beale Street Live w/ Lysura, Burn the Army
11/04: Chicago, IL @ Grandbar
11/05: Milwaukee, WI @ Power Plant
11/06: Louisville, KY @ The Hay Market
11/07: Nashville, TN @ TBA
11/08: Chattanooga, TN @ Sluggos w/ Double Suns
11/09: New Orleans, LA @ United Bakery w/ Sacridose
11/11: Atlanta, GA @ Wonderroot w/ Cesspool, Spectercide, Severed Faith
11/12: Columbia, SC @ USC Metal Cock Radio (Special Live On-Air Performance)
11/13: Fayetteville, NC @ TBA
11/14: Harrisonburg, VA @ The Blue Nile
11/15: Baltimore, MD @ The Sidebar w/ Dweller In the Valley, Xeukrate
11/16: Philadelphia, PA @ Cha Cha Razzi w/ Hivelords, Ashencult More...