Nightmarer - Cacophony of Terror (Dissonant Extreme Metal)

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  1. simonXsludge

    simonXsludge (((Ω)))

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    Hey guys!

    My band Nightmarer has premiered three singles off of our debut album 'Cacophony of Terror' (March 23rd, Season of Mist) and I wanted to share them with you.

    Check them out below and let me know what you think!







    You can pre-order the record from us directly via http://bit.ly/nightmarershop or Season of Mist via http://smarturl.it/nightmarershop - we have a band-exclusive vinyl variant and the label also has vinyl and CDs in stock.

    Now enjoy plunging into the abyss!
     
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    Triple7 The Decepticon

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    Sick dude! I've been looking forward to this. Will definitely give them a listen when I get home from work.
     
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    ArtHam SS.org Regular

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    This is massive. Great!
     
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    AngstRiddenDreams Filthy Casual

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    Love it. Deathcore Deathspell Omega and Artificial Brain vibes. But jesus from comment sections on this and War From a Harlots Mouth stuff, deathcore fans are the worst.
     
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    We have nothing to do with Deathcore and you will never see us tour with Deathcore bands, so no need to worry about Deathcore fans either. ;)

    Our more contemporary influences are maybe stuff like Gojira or to some degree Meshuggah. Deathspell Omega and Artificial Brain are def some faves of mine, though! Glad you dig it!
     
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    BIG ND SWEATY Edgy

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    Man those high screams in Death/Swansong are terrifying in the best way possible. Been pumped for this since I heard Skinner a little while ago. I really wish i had an 8 and a decent rig so I could start writing this kind of stuff.
     
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    Triple7 The Decepticon

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    This.



    The new songs are awesome dude. Really unsettling...which I love. Definitely purchasing this.
     
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    Thanks, guys!

    It's been a dream of mine to work with Alan Dubin for a while and his voice was an important part of my vision for this song.

    He easily has one of the most terrifying voices in extreme music. You guys should check out his bands Khanate and Gnaw if you haven't.
     
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    cwhitey2 BlackendCrust Metal™

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    Love this!

    I will eventually buy! :lol:
     
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    I got recommended Gnaw by a friend and it was nuts. Great stuff!

    I'm not a huge fan of this, although I understand where the influences and overlap lies. I think what you're doing is pretty cool but it isn't quite for me. It reminds me of Meshuggah with a textured death metal, with the droning low string and hi def mix.
     
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    simonXsludge (((Ω)))

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    Fair enough.

    I gotta say Meshuggah aren't really a huge recent influence for me (last album I really loved was 'Catch 33'), but I always loved the tuning and stuck with it over the years - even though I play baritone 7s now. I actually recently ordered a baritone 6 and will tune up for the next album, though. I'm sure that will change the sonic range of the upcoming material a little bit.

    I checked your YouTube, love the Artificial Brain covers! Good job, man.
     
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    AliceLG \m/^_^\m/

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    Gave Skinner and Fetisch a spin when I got the emails from SoM. Death/Swansong is still pending. Great stuff definitely, I'll keep my ear to the ground for tour announcements ;)
     
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    Dayum! I hope to grab the LP when it comes out. I would def. pre-order, but I'm broke right now, hah. Love what you did with WFAHM, Simon!
    Cheers!
     
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