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Walking Corpse Syndrome Posts Live Footage Of "Scales"

Dark metal act Walking Corpse Syndrome has posted footage online of the band performing the track "Scales" on April 23rd, 2010. The track is from the band's second album "Narcissist," and the video clip can be viewed below.

You can also catch Walking Corpse Syndrome live on the following dates:

5/21 406 Club, Great Falls, Montana
6/4, Jesters Bar, Helena, Montana
6/5 Union Hall, Missoula, Montana
6/18 The Empyrean, Spokane, Washington
6/25 Club Dungeon, Kalispell, Montana
6/26 Palace Lounge, Missoula, Montana
7/2 The Filling Station, Bozeman, Montana
7/3 Skindependence Day, Yellowstone Perk, Billings, Montana
8/6 Union Hall, Missoula, Montana
8/7 the Grail, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
10/2 Union Hall, Missoula, Montana

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Internation Narcissist Review
20 May 2010 | from www.walkingcorpsesyndrome.com/

Walking Corpse Syndrome has just received our first international review of "Narcissist". Go to http://aristocraziawebzine.blogspot.com/2010/05/walking-corpse-syndrome-narcissist.html to read the full interview. But for those who cannot read Italian, please accept our humble translation. (And if we mistranslated, please contact us).

'This particular composition for Walking Corpse Syndrome, along with the album "Forsaken", will lend itself to trace the stages of the metal scene with the new born "Narcissist" that for sure does not help or define the manifest of the sound.

'Yes, because the boys from Missoula Montana are playing a genre that is comparable to the sea - absorbing affluent musical currents that the band appreciates and eviscerates.

'The presence of death, industrial, gothic and some vague-territories-not-properly-metal make the tests vary and non-categorical with not much effort (and does there really need to be?). Push, pounding, large moments are where synth, do their part and his voice resembling Nocturnus is exposed on both lines classically grow, both clean and soft that draw near to the dark sound that characterizes the gait of "Narcissist."

'Experience playing with the notes, using their true and own chants as "Scales" for example. The singer Michael Phlegm and his team carry out a constant bustle of sounds that alternate between a moment of death to an alternative phrasing extremely gripping and fully loaded with atmospheric ambience. It is important that the keyboardist Meredeath LaChryma and bassist / violinist Prof. William Sludge give major assistance in the embroidery of the pieces.

'"Narcissist" is a platter that needs to be approached without hesitation or bias, with an open mind. One can enjoy more than good instrumental performance - of studied arrangements and of fully enhanced production.

'Whether Walking Corpse Syndrome can please more bands and listeners with their work remains for your final word, giving the disc the possibility to enchant and get them on the air.'

Read the full article at:
http://www.walkingcorpsesyndrome.com/component/content/article/48-general/146-internation-narcissist-review.html

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