|New Psycroptic Song|
2011-12-15 by BroManCaptainGuySirDylan | 25 Replies | 4326 Views
Australian Technical Death Metal band Psycroptic have posted a new song onto their Soundcloud page.
'Carriers Of The Plague' is the first track from their upcoming release 'The Inherited Repression' due out February 7th.
everyone check it out it's tits
fuck yeah! aussie boys are at it again. shit rules.
some pretty sick riffs
wow, the album cover sucks. music is typical Psycroptic though so it should be good.
These riffs are MINDBLOWING.
Scepter of the Ancients rules.
Digging: Jamie Lenman - Muscle Memory
Album will destroy.
Digging: Childish Gambino - Because The Internet
Man they're cumming all over their fretboards. That was definitely enjoyable though.
But I miss Chalky =/
Sounds pretty good. Guess I'll have to check this out
Not really a fan of this band, but there are some awesome riffs in this song.
Digging: Thank You Scientist - Maps of Non-Existent Places
First off...I was trying to add a comment last night right as this was posted...why couldn't I?
Second....This song was really good. Not a big fan of previous stuff, but I really liked this song. A lot of old fans were complaining about the new sound. Guess it's not what they're use to doing...I like this new direction.
well that was awesome.
It reminds me of a BtBaM song off The Great Misdirect at the end... I think.
the vocals are a lot better than on ob(servant)
Riffs slay hard.
Fuck that was boring sounds like a b side of scepter of the ancients..
parts of this were really fucking cheesy and other parts were pretty good
Vox are much better
some good riffs. should be a solid CD.
Kind of weird, vocals sound like Matt Heafy which give it a Capharnaum vibe though, so that's cool.
Digging: Mayak and Smile To The Wind - Split EP
this band is awesome
Love this band but the song isn't super exciting. It was enjoyable, and the vocals are certainly better than on the previous record, but I still enjoyed those vocals. I think if I had this on my ipod listening to it I'd have enjoyed it even more.