Wednesday, July 11, 2018

NEWS: Lecherous Nocturne's 2018 "Occultaclysmic"

Earlier in 2018 the long-running U.S. technical brutal extreme metal group Lecherous Nocturne issued Occultaclysmic on Willowtip Records. It is the band's fourth full-length and their first since 2013's Behold Almighty Doctrine. While it is true that there was a considerable gap between albums, you might understand a bit more why when you hear the new album. They went out and did their best to make an album that is both a quality recording that listeners can recognize as a testament to the values that drive the band and also can somehow show the ability to keep the songs on point, and not have the music turn into some type of uncontrolled show-off fest. It is possible to be technical and write songs that non-musicians appreciate and that's what Lecherous Nocturne has done. Fortunately, you can hear the entire work at the link below, where you will find the official information.
USDM war machine LECHEROUS NOCTURNE are set to launch it most lethal assault to date with the April 6 release of "Occultaclysmic." The culmination of a 20-plus year journey through chaos, the fifth chapter in this genre-defying band's legacy draws from realms previously unexplored, further twisting the standard definition of extreme metal.
Guitarist Krieshloff comments: "Occultaclysmic is darker, more chaotic, and much more brutal, drawing more influence from blackened and atmospheric masterpieces than previous releases. The structured evolution of our musicianship is at an all-time high, resulting in a torturous opus that will leave death metal fans craving more!"
Willowtip records released "Occultaclysmic" on CD, digital and very limited LP on April 6.
"Occultaclysmic" was engineered by Jarrett Pritchard.
Since their debut in 1997, Lecherous Nocturne have pushed the boundaries of death metal to extreme limits and even crossed the threshold through the blackened spectrum, abolishing any limitations some may confine to most technical subgenres. Conventional song structures and solos are void in their songwriting, with only the drive of leaving a ferocious trail of technical viciousness in their wake. The strength of their self-titled E.P. landed the band a two album deal with Unique Leader Records, which was followed by a series of nationwide tours with the biggest names in the genre. After touring on "Behold Almighty Doctrine," the group inked a deal with Willowtip Records for the release of "Occultaclysmic."

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