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'APOPHYS', the first taste of the debut album revealed

We will not write reviews of the song called ' Requiem for the Absurd ' if we are forced to like it because it pursues the deadline in this website, but in fact, we liked this song and had the plenty of time to hear it repeatedly. 

We are interested in the structure of a complete tempo, catchy, and comfortable in the ears. Then, The proportion of death metal compositions both old and new are balanced, solid and harmony make it want to linger hear this song . We can also feel structure of technical composition that is in harmony with the composition of death metal by them which impressed modern and become more savage and attacked. 


Actually we already know on the news from Metalblade Records  that the Dutch death metal band ' Apophys ' will be releasing their first album on this year.  First time knows this band, our memories fixed on the personnel they had the great contribution from some of the band among others, God Dethroned, Prostitute Disfigurement, Detonation and Toxocara. Knowing it, the death metal compositions surely will be created by them with have the good quality and interesting.    The album was titled ' Prime Incursion' will be released by Metalblade Records on April 7, 2015 and contains nine songs were devilish. Mixed process conducted by Vocalis ' Kevin Quilligan' and mastered by ' Stefano Morabito' at 16th Cellar Studio (Fleshgod Apocalypse, Hour Of Penance etc). 

These ears are little less friendly to the concept of modern death metal, but when hearing the arrangement of dynamic proportion between old and new beats from death metal composition had given by 'Apophys' and also enjoy an evolution of extreme taste which they provide make these ears and brain thinking of a message that will be disclosed in the next future.

Comments Quilligan: “The thought of our planet floating through a galactic minefield makes me think about how frail our existence really is. And where some might consider this to be a negative and demotivating thought, I used this realisation to create something truly apocalyptic; a full, self-sufficient death metal machine in which I as a person am frail, but as part of this more powerful than ever. This is APOPHYS. We are coming.”

Track List:
1. Dimensional Odyssey
2. Miscreants
3. Requiem For The Absurd
4. The Antidote
5. Ego
6. The Sentient
7. The Final Step
8. Humanity’s Epilogue
9. The Red Planet



Kevin Quilligan - Vocals
Sanne van Dijk - Guitar
Koen Romeijn - Guitar
Michiel van der Plicht - Drums
Mickeal Schuurman - Bass


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