New Arcology song

2013-05-25 by DatsNotDaMetulz | 3 Comments
After the demise of UK djent quintet Tradjectory, guitarist Nathan McCarthy has unveiled his new progressive/alternative metal project Arcology with a new look lineup and new single. Their first single, entitled 'Temptation', is available as a free download on the band's official Bandcamp page.

The new lineup is as follows:
Lolly Foxx - lead vocals
Nathan McCarthy - lead guitar, vocals
Cody Gaffney - guitars
"Agent B" - bass guitar
Jack L'Indien - drums

Stream and download the song from Bandcamp: http://arcology.bandcamp.com/

Tagged: Arcology

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VisceralUproar
May 25th 2013
161 Comments


Stoked, I was wondering what happened to Tradjedtory. I'll check this out later.

DatsNotDaMetulz
May 26th 2013
3365 Comments


Yeah nearly auditioned for these guys back when they were getting everything together. They were heading for a more djent style back then but after they got the full lineup sorted decided to go for something more Deftones influenced.

DanielNightLewis
May 26th 2013
1028 Comments


I have to say, that was very not good.



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