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Derelict - Perpetuation album

Derelict  - Perpetuation album
Performer: Derelict
Genre: Rock
Title: Perpetuation
FLAC album size: 1664
Style: Death Metal
Released: 2012

Track 1 off Derelict's 2012 album 'Perpetuation'.

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Band Name Derelict (CAN). Album Name Perpetuation. Data de lançamento 20 Abril 2012. Labels Year Of The Sun Records. Produced by Christian Donaldson. Estilo de MúsicaProgressive Death. Membros têm este álbum2. 2. Spoils of War. 3. Expiry.

Produced by Eric Burnet, Derelict & Christian Donaldson. Snuffed upon inception Denial of emergence Scientific revolution quelled by benign institutions. Round and round the carousel Repeat the cycle, repeat the past. The state of competition Engine of devolution Struggling for accumulation Cyclical over-consumption. Finite space filled up with waste Perpetuation of scarcity. Reach for the dollar at the bottom of the barrel. Tell lies to sell your wares, to wear your crown, proud.

Derelict (6) ‎– Perpetuation. Label: Ricburn Media ‎– RICM-01. Released as digipak with a 4-page booklet. Matrix, Runout: WW. UPLICATION. CA 353174DERELICT AMT42870R. Mould SID Code: IFPI ZP03.

Perpetuation (2012) by Derelict. Labels: Year of the Sun Records. Genres: Technical Death Metal  . Album (Studio full-length).

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Perpetuation is the third album by Derelict, a technical death metal band from Montreal, Quebec. Derelict experienced a relative breakthrough in the saturated genre of technical death metal with their third album, Perpetuation, and with very good reasons. The instrumentation all around is fantastic and professional and the lyrics are evoking. The riffs are absolutely gold –no- platinum, on Perpetuation and have great tone and production. Every single riff is wonderfully designed and catchy down to the last note. This might be due to their propensity for using string picking and finger tapping over chord-heavy guitar riffs.

Perpetuation by Derelict, released 20 April 2012 1. Perpetuation 2. Spoils Of War 3. Expiry 4. Digital Birthright 5. Intricate Decay 6. Olympic 7. Ergogenic 8. Recreated 9. Yours To Surpass 10. Shackles Of Indoctrination 11. The Iridium Layer 12. Emergence 2012. Mixed and Mastered by Chris Donaldson. Produced by Chris Donaldson, Eric Burnet and Derelict.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Perpetuation
Music By – Burnet*, Perry*
3:05
2 Spoils Of War
Music By – Lussier*
3:37
3 Expiry
Guitar [Solo] – Chris Donaldson*Music By – Burnet*
2:55
4 Digital Birthright
Music By – Burnet*, Perry*
3:25
5 Intricate Decay
Music By – Lussier*
4:38
6 Olympic
Music By – Burnet*, Perry*
3:26
7 Ergogenic
Music By – Burnet*
3:32
8 Recreated
Music By – Burnet*, Lussier*
3:06
9 Yours To Surpass
Music By – Lussier*
2:34
10 Shackles Of Indoctrination
Music By – Burnet*, Lussier*
4:48
11 The Iridium Layer
Music By – Burnet*
3:54
12 Emergence
Music By – Burnet*, Lussier*
4:32

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Derelict
  • Pressed By – www.duplication.ca

Credits

  • Arranged By – Derelict
  • Artwork – Cate Francis
  • Bass – Sébastien Pittet*
  • Design [Logo And Symbol] – Mikio Murakami
  • Drums – Jordan Perry
  • Engineer [Additional Guitar Tracking] – Collin McGee
  • Engineer [Bass Tracking] – Sébastien Pittet*
  • Engineer [Drums And Vocals], Mixed By, Mastered By – Chris Donaldson*
  • Engineer [Guitar Tracking] – Eric Burnet
  • Guitar, Backing Vocals – Max Lussier
  • Lyrics By – Eric Burnet
  • Producer – Chris Donaldson*, Derelict , Eric Burnet
  • Rhythm Guitar [Additional] – Eric Burnet, George Lago
  • Vocals – Eric Burnet

Notes

©2012 Made in Canada.

Produced in 2011.
All music and lyrics are the property of Derelict, Copyright © 2011.

Released as digipak with a 4-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 885767264182
  • Matrix / Runout: WWW.DUPLICATION.CA 353174DERELICT AMT42870R
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI ZP03
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With bands like Cryptopsy once again releasing an ass kicking album, hopes are high for the Canadian technical death metal scene. Montreal’s Derelict this year hits fans of tech death with their brand new record, Perpetuation, their third full length release to date. Yet unlike the aforementioned, Derelict takes a more melodic approach to their brand of technical death metal.Opening track Perpetuation pounds the listener’s ears rather relentlessly right from the start, and there are even moments where the riffing styles of guitarist Max almost leans towards a slight djent sound, like a death-ened Meshuggah, though with a more definite form. The drumming of Jordan is equally furious and complex, and session bassist Sebastien keeps up with the technical wankery going on around with ease, at times even including his personal touch to the music to ensure that his bass lines stand out from the rest of the instruments. Yet all these display just on side of the band’s music, and as the album progresses the other side of the band soon appears.Despite the technicality in the music, unlike the brutal approach that most bands take, there are moments where the band leans almost towards a melodic death metal sound, like a more technical version of Gothenburg bands such as Scar Symmetry, this especially so with the versatile vocals of Eric, who easily goes from a high pitched shriek to growls that are rather reminiscent to vocalists like Christain Alvestam. The melodic lead lines on songs like Expiry are also some of the displays of the melodic touch that the band has put into their music, making Perpetuation an easily digestable, yet a record that is not watered down at all with the amount of activity that is going on at any point in time.What makes me turn away from most technical death metal records is the lack of variety that most releases present, resulting in an emotionless and brutal record. However, Derelict completely fulfills the “technical” in their death metal in their songwriting as well, with music that go from sheer brutality to purely melodic, helping to ensure that the record doesn’t become one that is stagnant, displaying that complexity does not come only in the playing but also in the song progression and songwriting, keeping the listener interested throughout the entire album.Originally written for http://www.heavymetaltribune.com/
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