Brazilian band Invisible Control came kicking and screaming out of the pandemic in 2020 with an electrifying technical death metal sound that they describe as “heavy, technical and versatile.”
Leeds melodic death metal trio Pteroglyph offer up a fascinating fusion of old school death metal and modern technical metal. It’s an approach they delightfully describe to us as “feral and violently technical songs.”
The thrilling sound of Chiasmata walks the tightrope between atmospheric and cinematic metal and the complexity of modern technical metal, and the result is pretty special.
Exciting Glasgow hard-hitters Godeater are a technical death metal band with melody at their core and the biggest issues facing modern society at their soul.
Northamptonshire rockers Voices From The Fuselage have honed a fascinating sound that blurs the boundaries of tech metal, progressive rock and post-rock in a delicious manner – leading some to … Continue reading Introducing: Voices From The Fuselage
An element of intrigue and mystery should always surround any good tech metal, and that’s certainly the case with Leeds five-piece The Mechanist. The band describe their music as “Metalcore … Continue reading New Band of the Week: The Mechanist
Hull tech metal quartet Dividium are quite the metal melting pot, fusing huge mathy guitars and delicious solos with a kaleidoscope of vocal offerings, from classic metal vocals through to … Continue reading Introducing: Dividium
One of the genres I’ve really enjoyed exploring over the last year or so is technical metal aka Tech-Metal, and south coast rockers Core Of iO are an intriguing example … Continue reading Introducing: Core Of iO
The perfect tonic for any Sunday evening woes is the unique sound of female-fronted technical, progressive metal band Hieroglyph. The six-piece, who hail from Newcastle and Leeds and are now based in … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Hieroglyph