Saturday, May 7, 2016

NEWS: Phobous

Realm of Disorder
February 9th, 2016
At the Bandcamp link below you can hear the complete album by Phobous, a symphonic extreme metal project from California, U.S. At the moment this publication does not have much information available, but the fact that you can hear the album in its totality will be of interest to the listeners into symphonic extreme metal for sure.
Phobous was created in spring 2000 in Campbell, California by frontman Donald Schieck, but was only an abstract concept at this time. It wasn’t until early 2002 that the project took a distinct sound and style, a melodic death/symphonic black metal fusion. A demo recording of early experimental songs began that summer, but was deemed hasty and uninspired. The recording was thus abandoned in summer 2003. The one-man bad then went on an extended hiatus, but was revived in early 2005 after much-honed songwriting and technical know-how. Amid other commitments, official recording began the following year, ultimately resulting in the rough but steady completion of the debut album “Ethereal Perception” in fall 2010. Samples from the album, then the album in full, were posted online in July 2011.
Though it gained some noteworthy attention, a lack of funding and time prevented the debut album from gaining much notice. After various life changes and accomplishment, the second album "Realm of Disorder" commenced its recordings in December 2013, concluding in early 2015.

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