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TECH/EXTREME PROG METAL

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Tech/Extreme Prog Metal definition

This category lists technical Progressive Metal bands that have roots in Extreme Metal or that are strongly influenced by it. The style developed by the end of the 80s in the Thrash Metal scene when a number of bands stretched the boundaries of their sound by including elements from Progressive Rock. Death Metal followed a similar path in the 90s and by the 2000s, also Black Metal and Metalcore saw an increasing amount of bands taking in Prog influences.

Certain bands like EPHEL DUATH and UNEXPECT developed a style that largely abandoned their extreme metal heritage in favour of a highly eclectic jazz-influenced Avant Metal style. These bands are listed under Experimental Metal.


Progressive Thrash Metal
By the end of the 80s Thrash Metal had diversified its sound significantly to an extent where the originally very direct and uncompromisingly aggressive style had become more sophisticated, boasting challenging technical skills and ambitious song structures frequently surpassing the 6 minute mark. The best known examples are METALLICA and MEGADETH.

The bands listed in this section went one step further and embraced notable influences from Progressive Rock, replacing much of the typical Thrash Metal riffs and rhythms with a more progressive and melodic riffing style, influenced by KING CRIMSON and RUSH. The most well-known of these early bands was VOIVOD, who also brought the early psychedelic sound of PINK FLOYD into their unique mold. Important pioneering albums were released by WATCHTOWER, CORONER, MEKONG DELTA, as well as the debut album of SIEGES SEVEN.
More recent examples of Progressive Thrash are SPIRAL ARCHITECT and VEKTOR


Progressive Death Metal
Death Metal further built on the sound of the most extreme bands of the Thrash scene. Next to the brutal sound, blast beat drumming, complex song structures and multiple tempo changes, the most notorious feature of the style is probably the growled vocals. Death Metal is generally highly technical, making the dividing line between Technical Death Metal and Progressive Death Metal sometimes rather faint.

The bands considered for Prog Archives are those that show significant influences from Progressive Rock and/or Fusion. One of the landmarks in the style is "Elements" from ATHEIST, who mixed their hyper-technical Speed Metal with fusion. Other early albums include "Focus" from CYNIC and "Spheres" from PESTILENCE, where progressive riffing, polymetrics, fusion influences and atmospheric keyboards complemented their brutal Death Metal. Also DEATH, the popular founder of Death Metal, incorporated fusion and progressive elements on their later albums.

A different flavour of Progressive Death Metal came from the European continent, when half-way into the 90s leading death and doom-death bands started expanding their basic metal sound. The most significant album relevant to this section is "Crimson" from EDGE OF SANITY. In typical Scandinavian fashion, their epic approach wasn't fusion oriented but less technical and more melodic, introducing the now typical alteration between brutal Death sections and more melodic breaks with clean vocals; an approach perfected in the next decade by OPETH.


Progressive Black Metal
Unlike Thrash and Death metal, Black Metal is not a technical genre. Originally it was even purposely non-technical and low-fi. By the end of the 90s the genre had developed into various sub-styles, of which some incorporated elements from progressive music.
The bands listed in this section are Black Metal bands that traded the minimalism of Black Metal for a more progressive, technical or experimental approach. This distinguishes them from the Black Metal bands that fleshed out their sound with either post-rock and/or shoegaze influences. Those are listed under Experimental/Post Metal.

One of the earliest and best known example of this style is ENSLAVED, who maintained the harsh atmosphere and aggression of classic Black Metal but extended this with a more textured psychedelic sound, chromatic riffing and odd time-signatures, citing influences from PINK FLOYD, VOIVOD and KING CRIMSON. Also IHSAHN, front-man of EMPEROR, should be mentioned here.

Most artists in this section are Symphonic Black Metal-oriented bands with progressive and experimental influences, but without fully crossing over to either Prog or Avant Metal as they remain oppressively dark, harsh, often dissonant and inaccessible. Their strong ties to Black Metal is why they are featured under Tech/Extreme Prog Metal and not in Avant Prog Metal. Examples are DEATHSPELL OMEGA, MOONSORROW, NEGURA BUNGET and the slightly more accessible theatrical Symphonic Black Metal of ARCTURUS.


Modern Phase
In the 2000s trends became more diffuse, introducing bands that had some of their stylistic features in common with the extreme metal genres without fully belonging in any of them. Some of them continued the strong fusion element and hyper-technical approach from ATHEIST and CYNIC. Instrumental acts such a as EXIVIOUS, CANVAS SOLARIS and BLOTTED SCIENCE received lots of critical acclaim from progressive metal fans.

A new trend was set by MESHUGGAH, one of the most defining bands of this era. At the end of the 90s their eclectic mix of Death, Thrash, Avant, Fusion and Prog laid down the groundrules of Extreme Metal for the next decade. Another well known band to take a similar eclectic approach to Extreme Metal was GOJIRA.
In the second half of the 2000's, many young bands copied MESHUGGAH's guitar tone and rhythmical riffing style, giving rise to the so-called 'djent' movement. Many of these bands belong in Tech/Extreme, such as ANIMALS AS LEADERS, CHIMP SPANNER etc.


Progressive Metalcore
The second half of the 2000s also saw the rise of a new generation of Progressive Tech/Extreme acts with roots that lay in Metalcore, Mathcore and Technical Sludge, rather then the 'classic' Extreme Metal genres. Their music is inherently technical and complex and has quite a number of formal features in common with Progressive Metal such as odd time signatures and non-standard song formats.
Prog Archives only lists these bands that go beyond the default expectations of the genre and bring in distinct non-extreme Prog influences. Some of the most eye-catching bands in this area are BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, PROTEST THE HERO, BURST, DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN and MASTODON.


--- Definition by Karl and the Progressive Metal Team, January 2012 ---

The Progressive Metal Team
Karl (bonnek)
Kevin (Necroncommander)
Mike (TCat)

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal Top Albums


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4.26 | 1755 ratings
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4.25 | 1634 ratings
GHOST REVERIES
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4.24 | 474 ratings
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Edge Of Sanity
4.30 | 187 ratings
OBSCURA
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4.21 | 572 ratings
SYMBOLIC
Death
4.24 | 310 ratings
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Voivod
4.20 | 452 ratings
THE SOUND OF PERSEVERANCE
Death
4.26 | 211 ratings
DIMENSION HATROSS
Voivod
4.15 | 1151 ratings
PALE COMMUNION
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4.19 | 331 ratings
UNQUESTIONABLE PRESENCE
Atheist
4.16 | 547 ratings
FOCUS
Cynic
4.19 | 280 ratings
ELEMENTS
Atheist
4.15 | 395 ratings
HUMAN
Death
4.14 | 524 ratings
TRACED IN AIR
Cynic
4.16 | 312 ratings
INDIVIDUAL THOUGHT PATTERNS
Death
4.20 | 196 ratings
BACK TO TIMES OF SPLENDOR
Disillusion
4.31 | 90 ratings
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Diabolical Masquerade
4.14 | 375 ratings
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Leprous
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Latest Tech/Extreme Prog Metal Music Reviews


 Circadian by INTERVALS album cover Studio Album, 2020
4.73 | 2 ratings

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Circadian
Intervals Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by ssmarcus

5 stars How can music be this technically sophisticated yet so melodic, colorful, and imaginative at the same time? This is the question Aaron Marshall, the virtuoso guitar mastermind behind Intervals, has been moving listeners to ask themselves since exploding onto the instrumental modern progressive metal scene in the early 2010's. On Interval's latest record, Circadian, Aaron takes his signature blend of Steve Vai-inspired lead guitar, djenty rhythm sections, and pop-punk-inspired melodies to their greatest heights, rivaling and, in many respects, even surpassing the greatest output of his peers in the instrumental modern progressive metal scene including Plini, early Polyphia, Chimp Spanner, and David Maxim Micic.

While every single track on this record showcases brilliant skill and songwriting, three songs deserve special mention: 5-HTP, Lock & Key, and Earthing. 5-HTP kicks off the record in the same fun and explosive way we've been accustomed to on previous Intervals records. Lock & Key showcases arguably one of the best riffs ever written by Aaron. And Earthing, the record's closer, showcases an emphatically out-of-this-Earth chorus that, despite leaving you breathless, will have you begging to start the record all over again. I am simply overjoyed to make Circadian my first 5-star review of 2020.

 American Nervoso by BOTCH album cover Studio Album, 1998
3.69 | 7 ratings

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American Nervoso
Botch Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by siLLy puPPy
Collaborator PSIKE, JR/F/Canterbury & Eclectic Teams

4 stars Progressive metalcore is one of those splinter genres that is too wildly abrasive for prog lovers and too artsy fartsy for many who indulge in the core section at the metal supermarket but has been somewhat popular in crafting a unique hybridization of the two styles for those into both sides of the fence. The term mathcore covers a lot of these bands in a generic sense but just like technical death metal and progressive death metal, has slightly different dynamics which take place. The Tacoma, WA based BOTCH straddled the lines between straight out metalcore and mathcore and thus found a few fans from both sides of the fence including Aaron Turner who was the vocalist for the post-metal band Isis and founder of the Hydra Head Records label.

BOTCH formed all the way back in 1993 and released a series of EPs of loud and abrasive metal / mathcore but also was more adventurous than the usual band of noisemakers by covering unexpected pieces such as Carl Orff's "O Fortuna" on "The John Birch Conspiracy Theory" EP. After several years of taking the mathcore realm to more fertile grounds and incessantly touring which gained the band a larger following, BOTCH finally released its debut album AMERICAN NERVOSO in 1998 which featured a stealthy mix of mathcore laced post-hardcore with occasional drifts into piano based progressive rock. The album sort of went over the heads of many as whole progressive metalcore thing hadn't really caught on yet but nevertheless the band toured with The Dillinger Escape Plan and Jesuit. The album as you may have guess debuted on Hydra Head Records!

AMERICAN NERVOSO originally only had nine tracks on the first pressing but subsequent releases have added five bonus tracks which are all worthy editions albeit clearly in the bonus track realms. The album starts off in full metalcore mode with "Hutton's Great Heat Engine" and is a little misleading as the album doesn't start crafting a more intricate deliveries with more frequent time signature changes until the track takes off. Late on it hots softer passages that escape the incessant bombast of the frenetic bass, drum and guitar assaults linked with Dave Vereillen's frantic screaming, however even on the opening number, BOTCH are clearly not your run of the mill metalcore group as there are moments of more atmospheric contemplation with subdued clean vocals and more guitar sustain than rampaging chords.

Perhaps what is most effective in this kind of extreme metal is the diversity of the guitar riffs and styles of playing throughout the album. One trick pony extremism can become quite tiring for an album's run yet BOTCH excel at keeping the raw core bombast as the album's emphasis while pulling enough tricks out of their sleeves to leave an extremist metal lover's attention fully in tact. In addition to rhythmic variations and tempo changes, the band delivers some progressive deviations as well as a few moments of respite to allow the contrast to sink in such as the space rock beginning of "Dead For A Minute." While labeled as mathcore on many databases, AMERICAN NERVOSO is much more of a progressive metalcore album with some mathcore seeping in once and a while. Regardless of how you classify BOTCH's debut full-length, it's certainly a compelling listening experience if you can handle the incessant screamed vocals. BOTCH would release one more album before breaking up but they certainly made their short run count.

 Damnation by OPETH album cover Studio Album, 2003
3.98 | 1328 ratings

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Damnation
Opeth Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by sgtpepper

4 stars Wanna her progressive rock with feelings?

This release catapulted Opeth to the rest of progressive rock fans who were looking down on them because of growling vocals and death-metal drumming. At the time of the release, I belonged to the second group of listeners and despised other Opeth records but acoustic numbers. With the help of Steven Wilson, the Opeth singer (who was born on the same day in the year as me) shows his sensitive colourful voice and the band confirm that they have outgrown metal sphere since a long time. Tasty acoustic or mellow electric guitar playing is greatly complemented by retro mellotron or contemporary piano as on the masterfully bleak "To rid the disease". And yet vocals are used sparingly to give way to reflective instruments and a couple of nice guitar solos. Playing tasty solos may not be easier than metal riffing and fast soloing. Most of the numbers have some level of melancholy or even depression.

What is missed by lack of flamboyant instrumentaton and complex composition is compensated by rich feelings of introspectiveness. Even though the music is mellow, the chord structure, lyrics and motives remain mostly dark, so typical Opeth. The section after 4:40 in "To rid the disease" is one of the most depressing moments in Opeth discography without being heavy. Something similar will come 9 hours later on "Pale Communion".

Excellent companion to moments which you spent with people that don't want to listen to your complex 12- minute long epics!

 Legacies by CHAOS DIVINE album cover Studio Album, 2020
4.13 | 7 ratings

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Legacies
Chaos Divine Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by ssmarcus

4 stars Chaos Divine are one of the most lovable metal bands to emerge from Australia's metal boom of the last decade. While generally described as a progressive metal act, on the band's latest release Legacies, the group seems to pivot further away from prog proper and embrace a more straightforward melodic metal sound to spectacular effect. Songs are characterized by meaty guitar riffs and choruses with the big open sounding chords accompanied by vocalist David Anderton's arena rock wailing. The arrangements strike an ideal balance between heaviness and beauty. I find myself resisting the urge to simply play outro of "Beacon" on repeat for hours on end.

Unfortunately, this album does suffer from a mild case of run-time-over-one-hour-itis. If given the choice between leaving your audience exhausted or hungry for more, the latter seems like the better of the two options.

 Palimpsest by PROTEST THE HERO album cover Studio Album, 2020
4.43 | 14 ratings

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Palimpsest
Protest the Hero Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by oliasunhillow

5 stars Masterpiece.

After months wandering through some nice, but quickly forgottent tunes, I discovered PTH for 1 months, thanks to a review of Palimpsest on SputnikMusic. Since then, I just listen to this album on a daily basis. I listened to other PTH albums, but they sound like rehearsals for this one, which seems to embody all what PTH has been aiming to, during its now 13 years career.

I has all what a prog fan would dream of : themes carefully chosen (catastrophies in the 20-30's USA), epic drive, poetic and yet down to earth lyrics, complex time signatures, impossible guitar riffs, strong and full soundscape... Rody Walker really shines on this one with his operatic, catarthic singing style.

I signed in just to write this short review because I really wondered why there was not even one. I hope it will encourage others to review this album more in detail.

My advice is to listen to it from the beginning to the end, and then to start again. At first, songs sound a bit the same, but soon, you will be amazed by their individual beauty.

 Morningrise by OPETH album cover Studio Album, 1996
3.72 | 768 ratings

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Morningrise
Opeth Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by progtime1234567

4 stars Morningrise by Opeth was the second album released by the band. Opeth was still playing a very heavy black metal and melodic death metal sound back then, and mixed in with the progressive rock influence, it turns out pretty good. The album is very long, with the album including one of the longest songs ever recorded by the band, the epic Black Rose Immortal. The song shows everything the band is about, the death growls, the heavy guitar, the acoustic parts, and the clean singing as well as very melodic parts. Songs like the mentioned Black Rose Immortal and the opening song, Advent, are very good and I thought they were the best songs on the album.

I wouldn't start with this album if you were getting into Opeth, but it is a good album and it's one of my favorite albums that the band has to offer.

 Remission by MASTODON album cover Studio Album, 2002
3.48 | 190 ratings

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Remission
Mastodon Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by progtime1234567

3 stars Mastodon's first album is in my opinion their heaviest and it got them off on the right foot. Remission is very heavy, with there being no clean vocals and there being lots of very heavy drop A riffs. Fire is a concept on the album, as Mastodon's first four albums have an elemental them going on with them, with this on being fire. It is also about drummer Brann Dailor's sister, who committed suicide, which is where the album title comes from as the album helped the drummer cope with her death. Sad stories aside, the album is very sludge metal like, and it even has some thrash metal like moments going on too. The progressive rock influence also exists, with songs like Trainwreck and Ole' Nessie slowing down and showing the other side to the band.

With very heavy riffs, distorted bass, jazz-like crazy drumming, and non-stop screaming, Remission should appeal to any fan. I wouldn't start with this album as an introduction to Mastodon, but nevertheless, it is a pretty good album.

 American Nervoso by BOTCH album cover Studio Album, 1998
3.69 | 7 ratings

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American Nervoso
Botch Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by progtime1234567

3 stars American Nervoso is the first album by Botch. Botch is very technical and experimental compared to some of their peers, as they are at the center a metalcore and hardcore punk band, but they're not only good at playing that style of music, they also take it and add their own flavor to it. Really the only other bands that Botch remotely sounds like are Coalesce, Converge, Daughters, and maybe even some post metal bands like Isis, but they still have their own unique style of music. The album itself it pretty short as common with hardcore but the songs have a lot going on even though they have shorter lengths. The playing is very technical and their are some strange song structures and time signatures.

The bands follow up and final album, We are the Romans in my opinion is better but American Nervoso is a very creative album. The sound would evolve on the bands follow up a year later. A nice piece of metalcore and hardcore.

 Oceans of Slumber by OCEANS OF SLUMBER album cover Studio Album, 2020
3.60 | 11 ratings

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Oceans of Slumber
Oceans Of Slumber Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by ssmarcus

3 stars Oceans of Slumber are an up-and-coming American progressive doom metal act known for infusing their sound with a healthy dose of Southern United States soul courtesy of female and Texas-raised lead singer Cammie Gilbert. Between the band's previous effort, The Banished Heart in 2018, and this year's eponymous release, nearly every member of the group had departed with the exception of Cammie and her partner, band founder, and drummer Dobber Beverly. With Cammie and Dobber firmly in creative control, Oceans of Slumber delivers a very focused and an arguably less riff-heavy variation on their previous sound.

The record kicks off with obvious Opeth inspired, though definitely not derivative, folksy and haunting acoustic guitar infused songs. As the album progresses, it traverses southern rock, death metal, symphonic, and doom metal territory. The primary focus of the album is, of course, Cammie's vocal work and her lyrics detailing her struggles, specifically the specific kinds of alienation she feels from American society at large.

The music on this record can often be very challenging, for better or worse. On a personal level, I find the doomier portions to be somewhat tedious, 'The Red Flower' being the most extreme example of this. Still these guys are one of the more unique acts in progressive metal today and this record deserves your attention.

 Blackwater Park by OPETH album cover Studio Album, 2001
4.26 | 1755 ratings

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Blackwater Park
Opeth Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

Review by dougmcauliffe

5 stars On Blackwater Park, Opeth is able to channel to production/engineering talents of Steven Wilson to unleash their full potential with unfathomable songwriting ability paired with pure sonic bliss. This album was really a game changer for me and it really opened the door to so much new music. Harsh vocals for one, but also more produced and brutal progressive metal. The album opens with The Leper Affinity which is one of my favorite Opeth songs. It just shows the band seamlessly going from one filthy headbanging riff to another with some sweet softer moments in the mix. Immediately it's clear that the atmosphere of this album is just unparalleled by any of Opeths previous efforts. The closing piano passage is very sorrowful yet hopeful and it's one of the few parts of this album where a glisten of light shines through the bleak cracks and I just love that. Speaking of Bleak, the next track! What a powerhouse of a song, it opens with another nasty riff before coming into a strangely melodic death-growl led verse. The star of the show here is the chorus. Whew, let me tell you about the chorus. It caught me off guard the first time because it opens with the (at the time to me) unfamiliar voice of Steven Wilson. However its these dueling vocals that really set it apart, this chorus section just keeps rising and rising before reaching such a palpable peak with Steven Wilson and Mikael Akerfeldt trading off vocals in mind bending fashion. I remember the exact moment this band clicked for me and it was when I was laying in bed with my eyes closed listening to this album for the first time. I wasn't sure how I felt, but by the time I finished that first chorus I was hooked and there was no turning back. There's some beautiful jazz tinged acoustic guitar playing working as a nice contrast to the brutal nature of much of this track as well as The Leper Affinity. Harvest was another track that really just sold me on the band with a great structure, chord progression, and transcending hook. It's the only fully clean vocal track on this album, however, the next track The Drapery Falls is primarily in the same ballpark. The intro and outro to this song is so sick, its like you're out in the forest as the world melts around you. This is another track with just a super strong chorus and contrast between soft and heavy. There's no death growls until the latter half of the song, and they really hit hard when they finally roll around. At 5:50 it kicks into this hypnotic passage that just repeatedly slaps me across the face every single time, a simply outstanding track. After this track, I find the following songs to be a bit more on the slow burner side. They don't have the infectious chorus's that immediately pull you in, but rather they wow you with their pure progressive density. Dirge For November just sounds like its from another planet. Opening with a very intimate and ethereal acoustic and vocal passage, it doesn't take long before it starts hurling pure Opeth riffage at you paired with some of the most evil sounding growls on this whole record. The outro of this track is just dripping in downcast beauty, a tear jerking moment closing out this song. Over time and with familiarity, The Funeral Portrait has become one of my favorites on the record because it just packs so much replay value. The main riff is incredibly heavy, but its the riff at 2:00 that makes my jaw absolutely hit the floor with just how damn cool it is. It's so high energy and intense throughout, it just gets me fired up. Patterns in the Ivy is a very pretty acoustic instrumental bridge providing the breathing room that we need between two very heavy hitting tracks on the latter half of this album. It's a little weird, but I love how it ends with the sustained piano fading into the title track. It has a subtly menacing and daunting feel to it, as if you can feel that something unsettling is coming, and believe me, it is. The title track is one haunting piece of music, it's very bipolar, but everything about it just works. There isn't a clean vocal in sight on this one as its just 100% straight guttural death coming at you straight out the gate. If you can listen from 1:47 and not uncontrollably head bang, you might have to call up the doctor, cause that riff is simply blinding. However, here brings my sole complaint of this album: I wish that this heavy intro section lasted just a little bit longer before easing into the beautiful soft acoustic section that follows. While I have nothing but good things to say about both of these parts of the song, the shift between the two feels just a little abrupt. Other than this though, there isn't a bum note played or sung (sung?) throughout. The conclusion is just so intense and heavy and it's really the ultimate payoff that this album needs after launching absolute banger after banger at you proceeding this. The sun sets forever over Blackwater Park.

9.5/10

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1980 France
7TH NEMESIS France
A.I.(D) France
ABIGOR Austria
ABNORMAL THOUGHT PATTERNS United States
ABORYM Italy
ABSORBED Spain
ACHOKARLOS Spain
ACID DEATH Greece
ACOLYTE United Kingdom
ACRIM諲IA Poland
ACROSS THE SUN United States
ADEIA Netherlands
THE ADVENT EQUATION Mexico
AEOLIA United States
AEON OF HORUS Australia
AERODYNE FLEX United States
AFTER FOREST Finland
AGARTHA United States
AGE OF SILENCE Norway
AGHORA United States
AINMATTER United States
ALARUM Australia
ALCHEMIST Australia
ALGOPHOBIA Italy
ALKALOID Germany
ALL DREAMS DYING Finland
ALLEY Russia
ALTERA ENIGMA Australia
THE AMENTA Australia
AMOGH SYMPHONY India
AN ISLE ATE HER United States
ANATA Sweden
ANCIENT Norway
ANCIIENTS Canada
ANGEL OF DISEASE Georgia
ANGEL VIVALDI United States
ANGMAR France
ANIMALS AS LEADERS United States
ANOMALY United States
ANSUR Norway
THE ANTIKYTHERA MECHANISM United States
APRIL ETHEREAL Poland
ARCTURUS Norway
ARKAN France
ARRHYTHMOGEN United States
ARTCELL Bangladesh
ARTIFICIAL BRAIN United States
ASHENSPIRE United Kingdom
AT WAR WITH SELF United States
ATEM Finland
ATHEIST United States
ATROPHIA RED SUN Poland
ATRORUM Germany
AUGURY Canada
AUTOCATALYTICA United States
AXAMENTA Belgium
AZURE EMOTE United States
BABYLON SAD Switzerland
BACK TO R'YLEH Spain
BARING TEETH United States
BARREN EARTH Finland
BECOMING THE ARCHETYPE United States
BEHEADED ZOMBIE Russia
BEHOLD...THE ARCTOPUS United States
BELIEVER United States
BELTANE Germany
BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME United States
BEYOND CREATION Canada
THE BINARY CODE United States
BISBAYE Canada
BLACK SUN AEON Finland
BLOOD INCANTATION United States
BLOTTED SCIENCE United States
BLUTMOND Switzerland
BORGIA France
BORKNAGAR Norway
BORN OF OSIRIS United States
BOTCH United States
BURGUL TORKHA螻 France
BURST Sweden
CANVAS SOLARIS United States
CAPHARNAUM United States
CAR BOMB United States
CARBONIZED Sweden
CARCARIASS France
CASTEVET United States
CEPHALIC CARNAGE United States
CEREBRUM Greece
CHAOS DIVINE Australia
CHAOS OVER COSMOS United States
CHAPEL OF DISEASE Germany
CHIMP SPANNER United Kingdom
CHRONOSTASIS United States
CIRCLE OF CONTEMPT Finland
CIRCLE TAKES THE SQUARE United States
CIRCLES Australia
CITRINITI Italy
COBALT United States
CODE Multi-National
COLD NIGHT FOR ALLIGATORS Denmark
COLLAPSAR United States
COMA CLUSTER VOID United States
CONTEMPLATOR Canada
CONTINUO RENACER Spain
THE CONTORTIONIST United States
CONTRARIAN United States
CONTROL DENIED United States
CONTROL HUMAN DELETE Netherlands
CONVULSING Australia
COPROFAGO Chile
CORAM LETHE Italy
COUNTER-WORLD EXPERIENCE Germany
CRANIUM United States
CROWPATH Sweden
CRYPTODIRA United States
CUBICAL SPHERE Greece
CYCLAMEN United Kingdom
CYNIC United States
DAATH United States
DARK HERESEY United Kingdom
DARK MILLENNIUM Germany
DE PROFUNDIS United Kingdom
DEAD EMPIRES United States
DEAD LETTER OPENER Australia
DEATH United States
DEATH MACHINE United States
DEATHROW Germany
DEATHSPELL OMEGA France
DELTA CEPHEID Germany
DEMILICH Finland
DEMIMONDE Czech Republic
DEMONIC RESURRECTION India
DESCEND Sweden
DESTRAGE Italy
DEVIUS Argentina
DIABOLICAL MASQUERADE Sweden
THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN United States
DIMESLAND United States
DIONAEA United States
DIORAMIC Germany
DIREWOLF United States
DISEMBARKATION Canada
DISFIGURING REALITY Canada
DISHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Austria
DISILLUSION Germany
DISKORD Norway
DIVINITY Canada
DODECAHEDRON Netherlands
D谼HEIMSGARD Norway
DORDEDUH Romania
DOWN I GO United Kingdom
DREAMGRAVE Hungary
DROTTNAR Norway
DRUDKH Ukraine
DRYAD'S TREE Germany
DUOBETIC HOMUNKULUS Czech Republic
DYSRHYTHMIA United States
DYSSIDIA Australia
EARTH SNAKE United States
ECCENTRIC PENDULUM India
ECHIDNA Greece
EDGE OF SANITY Sweden
MATTIAS IA EKLUNDH Sweden
ELECTRO QUARTERSTAFF Canada
ELECTROCUTION 250 United States
ELENIUM Finland
ELENIUM Poland
EMPYREAN SKY United States
ENDITOL Canada
ENSLAVED Norway
ERA VULGARIS United Kingdom
ERYN NON DAE France
ESCHATON Austria
ETERNITY VOID United States
EVER FORTHRIGHT United States
EXENCE Italy
EXIVIOUS Netherlands
EXPATRIATED Denmark
EXTOL Norway
EXTREMITIES Netherlands
F Finland
THE FACELESS United States
FALLUJAH United States
FARMAKON Finland
FEARSCAPE Australia
FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE Italy
FLESHWROUGHT United States
FLOODLINE United States
FLOURISHING United States
FORCES AT WORK Germany
FORGOTTEN SILENCE Czech Republic
FORNOST ARNOR United Kingdom
FRACTAL SUN Costa Rica
FRANTIC BLEEP Norway
FROM A SECOND STORY WINDOW United States
FROM THE EMBRACE United States
GERYON United States
GIGAN United States
GLADIATOR United States
GOJIRA France
GOLLUM / HADEA United States
GORGUTS Canada
GOROD France
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