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The sci-fi technical death metal masters from Wormed have released a new video for the track "Computronium Pulsar Nanarchy."
Regarding the video, Wormed comments: "Before this apocalyptic scenario took place, in the other arm of the galaxy, the Conektnity project foresaw it, activating the Neomorph Protocol, commonly called 'The awakening of the one hundred Chryms.' A cyborg army, saved for an event that would threat human existence. These powerful Chryms were designed to establish life in a safe planetary system. All woke up, all but one, Krighsu."
Wormed premieres the pre-release full-album stream of the band's upcoming new album "Krighsu", which will be out in stores March 18 through Season Of Mist.
Check out now "Krighsu" in its entirety below.
Wormed premieres a new song entitled "Agliptian Codex Cyborgization", taken from the upcoming new album "Krighsu", which will be out in stores March 18 through Season Of Mist.
Check out now "Agliptian Codex Cyborgization" below.
The sci-fi technical death metal band Wormed just released two new tracks from forthcoming album "Krighsu." The tracks, titled "The Singularitarianism” and “Eukaryotic Hex Swarm,” are available below.
Regarding the new tracks, Wormed comments: "Knowing that intergalactic exploration wouldn’t be possible without transcending into frightening Artificial Intelligence, they tried to avoid the disappearance of the last human link, desperately executing a powerful virus.
"Its purpose: the destruction of robots. However, they didn’t realize the serious mistake they made. The virus had an unexpected mutation, and millions of nanomachines scattered without control, building copies of themselves using all matter and energy available in the galaxy."
Recorded at Sadman studios in Madrid, "Krighsu" will be released by Season of Mist worldwide on March 25th. More...
Sci-fi technical death metal band Wormed just released the first new track taken from forthcoming album "Krighsu." The track titled "Pseudo-Horizon" is streaming below.
"Krighsu," the band's 3rd studio album and a first for Season of Mist, was recorded at Sadman studios in Madrid and will drop on March 25th, 2016. Pre-orders are up now at this location.
Regarding this new album, Wormed comments: "The material we are recording for the new album can be described as an epic and supermassive attack of nanomachines, molecular blast beats in warp drive, riffing algorithms from the pulsar and non-organic voices from galaxy's central black hole, closing the trilogy. A prequel that reveals the events leading up to Krighsu's mission. Prepare your brain structures for one of the most extreme acoustic pressures ever written by Wormed. Will your human neurons withstand the pressure?"
2. Neomorph Mindkind
3. Agliptian Codex Cyborgization
4. The Singularitarism
5. Eukaryotic Hex Swarm
6. Computronium Pulsar Nanarchy
7. A-Life Omega Point
9. Zeroth-Energy Graviton
10. Molecular Winds More...
Promoters for Maryland Deathfest have announced 45 more acts for the 2016 edition of the annual Memorial Day festival bash. Among the list - U.K. doom metal legends Paradise Lost, U.S. doom metal upstarts Crypt Sermon, the reformed Swedish death act Centinex, U.K. legends Discharge, U.S. thrash legends Hirax, soon to be defunct legends Nuclear Blast, U.K. classic metal legends Satan and the mighty Bay Area thrash act Testament.
Tickets for the event will be available soon. Head over to this location for more information.
The freshly named act list is:
The Afternoon Gentlemen (UK)
Claudio Simonetti's Goblin (Italy)
Dragged into Sunlight (UK)
Gets Worse (UK)
Promoters for Maryland Deathfest have announced the first slew of thirty bands for the 15th edition of the festival to be held on May 26-29, 2016 in Baltimore, Maryland. Among the list includes: Samael (performing "Ceremony of Opposites" in full), Venom and Exicter.
Ticket information can be found at this location.
There are still 50 bands expected to be announced, but so far the lineup looks like this:
Denouncement Pyre (Australia)
Sci-fi technical death metal group Wormed has entered Sadman studios in Madrid to begin record a forthcoming 3rd studio album, and first for Season of Mist.
Pictures of the ongoing recording process are available at the official Wormed Facebook page here. Regarding the upcoming album, the band comments:
"The material we are recording for the new album can be described as an epic and supermassive attack of nanomachines, molecular blast beats in warp drive, riffing algorithms from the pulsar and non-organic voices from galaxy's central black hole, closing the trilogy. A prequel that reveals the events leading up to Krighsu's mission.
"Prepare your brain structures for one of the most extreme acoustic pressures ever written by Wormed. Will your human neurons withstand the pressure?"
Solace Of Requiem has issued the following brief announcement about hitting the road in Europe this Winter:
"We are delighted to announce we will be hitting Europe this winter supporting Ulcerate and Wormed! We will be promoting our new CD 'Casting Ruin' which is out on the 29th August. Get ready for some carnage!"
11/21/2014 Vera – Groningen, NL
11/22/2014 Baroeg – Rotterdam, NL
11/23/2014 MTC – Cologne, DE
11/24/2014 Podium Grenswerk – Venlo, NL
11/25/2014 Club Kamikaze – Mechelen, BL
11/26/2014 Glazart – Paris, FR
11/27/2014 Le Ferrailleur – Nantes, FR
11/28/2014 TBA – FR
11/29/2014 Razz3 – Barcelona, SP
11/30/2014 Caracol – Madrid, SP
12/01/2014 Sonora – Erandio, Vizacaya, SP
12/02/2014 Le Korigan – Luynes (Aix-en-Provence), FR
12/03/2014 LO-FI – Milano, IT
12/04/2014 Freak Out Club – Bologna, IT
12/05/2014 Downi – Worblaufen, CH
12/06/2014 Nurnberg Deathfest – Nurnberg, DE
12/07/2014 The Escape – Vienna, AT
12/08/2014 ShowBarlang – Budapest, HU
12/09/2014 Modra Vopice – Prague, CZ
12/10/2014 TBA – Berlin, DE
12/11/2014 Pumpehuset – Copenhagen, DK
12/12/2014 Hammerschmiede – Kassel, DE
12/13/2014 TBA – Mannheim, DE
12/14/2014 Willemeen – Arnhem, NL More...
Aborted is currently working on upcoming album "The Necrotic Manifesto," which will be produced once again by Danish producer Jacob Hansen. Now the band has checked in with the following update about guest appearances on the album:
"As we are mixing and finally received all of the guest vocals here's a little announcement for you all. We had the pleasure to have our friends Vince from The Acacia Strain and Phlegethon from Wormed lay down some guest vocals on the album and it turned out way sick! Get ready for the most brutal and shredtastic Aborted album to date!" More...
Season Of Mist is proud to announce the signing of the sci-fi focused technical death metal act Wormed.
Fresh off the heels of 2013's "Exodromos," the Madrid-based band is currently writing for its first Season of Mist full-length. The label comments:
"One of the most respected bands in the international death metal underground, Wormed (Phlegeton: Vocals, Migueloud: Guitar, J. Oliver: Guitar, Guillemoth: Bass, G-Calero: Drums) has earned a well-deserved reputation as an undeniably extreme and creative force.
"The band exploded onto the scene with their cult 2003 debut, 'Planisphaerium.' Wormed has since toured the world, playing in prominent international festivals as such as Maryland Deathfest (MDF), Neurotic Death Fest, SWR Barroselas Metalfest, Death Feast Open Air, Mountains of Death, Obscene Extreme Festival and more." More...
Madrid's Wormed has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new drummer:
"After the sudden departure of our friend and drummer Riky, we're very glad to inform you that G-Calero joins Wormed as new drummer.
"Sophisticated, technical and powerful. G-Calero has an amazing double bass drum techniques, an awesome versatility, endurance and extreme drumming skills. He recorded and played drums for the technical death metallers Upheaval (France), the brutal death metallers Cadaverized Ferocity (Spain), and currently he is the drummer of Genotype, a new metal band from Spain. Welcome aboard, G-Calero!"
The new member also comments: "I'm very proud and excited about the chance to work with a so respected band, and contribute with everything I can to the Wormed's experience. I can't wait to be part of a new chapter in the band's history, creating a new work space and implode stages with it!" More...
Madrid's sci-fi death metal cult Wormed is making a cosmic exploration stateside next month with plans to disintegrate six East Coast cities.
The probe will commence on October 19th, where the band will take part in the fifth edition of the NJ Deathfest in Stanhope, New Jersey. From there, Wormed will voyage through the galaxies of Baltimore, Brooklyn, Philadelphia and Montclair before drawing the expedition to a close in an as-yet-undisclosed locale in Boston.
Wormed will be joined by California's Condemned, Japan's Infernal Revulsion, and New Jersey's Cognitive. More...
With its release just days away, MetalSucks is currently streaming "Exodromos," the forthcoming new studio offering from sci-fi death metal contortionists Wormed, it its entirety. Get down with your cosmic death metal self and experience the collapse of the universe at this location.
Recorded at Sadman Studios in Madrid, Spain and mastered by Mika Jussila (Amorphis, Impaled Nazarene, Children of Bodom, Nightwish etc.) at the renowned Finnvox Studios in Helsinki, Finland, "Exodromos" will make its crash landing to earth this Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 via Willowtip Records.
Commended for its “astronomically high mindfuck factor” by Decibel Magazine, the 10-track Exodromos serves as the prequel to "Planisphaerium" (originally released in 2003 in Japan then remastered last year by Willowtip), which centers itself around futuristic science concepts and chaotic visions of the last human left in the cosmos.
Elaborates the band in a communal statement: “The sun has become bigger and now is a dead star, no time left for the total Solar's System destruction. Man has stopped thinking as he used to do in order to join of the collective conscience through extremely complex machines.The awakening of the The Chryms, is imminent,Welcome to all of you to the CONEKnity project.You are one of them." More...
Today radio portal NPR (National Public Radio) brings forth “The Nonlocality Trilemma,” from sci-fi death metal space voyagers, Wormed. Check out the song right here.
The exclusive track premiere comes from the band’s forthcoming studio outing, "Exodromos." Commended for its “astronomically high mindfuck factor” by Decibel Magazine, the 10-track production serves as the prequel to "Planisphaerium" (originally released in 2003 in Japan then remastered last year by Willowtip), which centers itself around futuristic science concepts and chaotic visions of the last human left in the cosmos.
Recorded at Sadman Studios in Madrid, Spain and mastered by Mika Jussila (Amorphis, Impaled Nazarene, Children of Bodom, Nightwish etc.) at the infamous Finnvox Studios in Helsinki, Finland, "Exodromos" will be unleashed upon the masses on March 26th, 2013 via Willowtip Records. The album is now available for pre-order right here. More...
Spanish death metal act Wormed is pleased to announce the release of a second full-length. Titled "Exodromos," the ten-track production was recorded at Sadman Studios in Madrid, Spain and mastered by Mika Jussila (Amorphis, Impaled Nazarene, Children of Bodom, Nightwish etc.) at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki, Finland.
"Exodromos" will detonate on March 26th, 2013 via Willowtip Records. The opening track from the release can be heard below, and the following press release was issued about the album:
"Sophisticated, sharp and meticulously calculated, with Exodromos Wormed delivers an unhinged onslaught of concentrated brutality. Made of dissonant yet dynamic guitar work traveling at breakneck speeds, the record offers up some of the band’s most technical and plainly obliterating material to date. Exodromos is a prequel to Planisphaerium -- originally released in 2003 via Macabre Mementos Records in Japan then given the remastered treatment by Willowtip -- a story which speaks of futuristic science concepts and chaotic visions of the last human left in the cosmos."
The track listing is as follows:
2. The Nonlocality Trilemma
4. Solar Neutrinos
5. Multivectorial Reionization
6. Spacetime Ekleipsis Vorticity
7. Darkflow Quadrivium
8. Stellar Depopulation
9. Techkinox Wormhole
10. Xenoverse Discharger More...
Spanish sci-fi death metal band Wormed recently reissued its album "Quasineutrality" as "Quasineutrality V.2" in a digipak with two bonus tracks on Willowtip Records. Track three, “Vortex Mitosis,” is a remix based on the original song “Voxel Mitosis” and was recorded and mixed by Wormed vocalist Phlegeton in January 2012. Track four, “Tunnel Of Ions,” (live) was recorded at Mountains Of Death in Switzerland in 2011 an remastered by DP Rey at Delta314 Sound Studio.
Wormed is a quirky band, in that all of its songs are themed with astrophysics and some themes of metaphysics and possible quantum physics. They even call their band members cosmonauts. Wormed will be appearing at that three day gala Extremefest during July 5th-7th, with more details over on the event page. Below is an upload of the studio version of "Tunnel of Ions," whose live remix is featured on the reissue.
Extremefest 2012 will take place in Germany, Austria and Switzerland on July 5th through the 7th in the three cities of Hunxe, Salzburg and Pratteln. It will feature over seventy bands on two stages, with acts still confirming. Head on over to the Extremefest website and Facebook events page for more information. The event is being presented by Metal Hammer, Noizeletter, Legacy, Musix, Metalnews.de, Metal.de, Blast Corpse Promotion (DE) and Catapult Promotion (AT). Check out the list of confirmed bands below, which includes the first European performance of Guttural Secrete.
5. July 2012 – 7. July 2012 DE – Hünxe, ExtremeFest Germany
5. July 2012 – 7. July 2012 AT – Salzburg, ExtremeFest Austria
5. July 2012 – 7. July 2012 CH – Pratteln, ExtremeFest Switzerland
Belphegor *the return of BELPHEGOR*
All Shall Perish
Dornenreich – exclusive Metal-Set!
Desaster (Germany only)
Milking The Goatmachine
Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult
Internal Suffering *comeback shows*
Forgotten Tomb *AT & DE only*
Ultrawurscht *AT only*
Dawn of Disease
Hour of Penance
Guttural Secrete More...
The complete band lineup and running order for the Mountains of Death festival, which takes place in Switzerland from August 18th - 20th, have now been revealed. The order is as follows:
Donnerstag, 18. August
21.00 - 21.30 Oral Fistfuck (CH)
21.50 - 22.20 Absorb (DE)
22.40 - 23.20 Impure (ES)
23.45 - 00.45 Krisiun (BR)
01.05 - 01.40 Putrid Pile (US)
02.00 - 02.40 Rectal Smegma (NL)
Freitag, 19. August
13:45 - 14:15 Cremation (CH)
14:30 - 15:00 Embalming Theatre (CH)
15:15 - 15:45 Insain (FR)
16:05 - 16:35 Perverse Dependence (RU)
16:55 - 17:25 Amputated (UK)
17:45 - 18:25 Disentomb (AU)
18:45 - 19:25 Degrade (SE)
19:45 - 20:30 Defeated Sanity (DE)
20:50 - 21:35 Abysmal Torment (MT)
22:05 - 23:05 To Violently Vomit (US)
23:35 - 00:35 Decapitated (PL)
01:05 - 01:45 Viscera Trail (IL)
02:00 - 02:40 Fubar (NL) More...
Fatigue had definitely begun to set in by Day Four. Through the beer belly, muscle ache (everyone’s hotel was up the hill), blown-out senses, and heat I thought could only happen in the south, I persevered though badly worn. The venue was getting pretty rough also. Everyone was tired, but still partying hard. Inside it was sticky and stinky like it had not been before. But that didn’t stop anyone from enjoying the rest of the great lineup on the last day of the mighty MDF.
Bright and early in the afternoon (although it seemed like night in the main room), hometown boys Visceral Disgorge began the festivities. They brought to mind the early works of death metal. Trauma and gore galore, this band encompassed the snarl inhaled low growls, din-destroying high tuned snare, gallop picking guitar done by Eric.
Bad acid Trip’s singer Dirk Rogers opening question to us was, “Is everyone drunk?,” and by just the sight of the crowd through the hours it was obvious that we all were. Crazed rock riffage and grindcore led this band to a energetic frenzy. Dirk was like Ian Curtis and Johnny Rotten; a twisted love child onstage. This band had true dynamic ranging from guttural blasts to hardcore breakdowns to strange, psychotic circus dementia. More...