Magnitude of Thoughts

by Teramobil

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Wilhelm G
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Wilhelm G Tags: Instrumental, Mathcore, Experimental, Avant Garde, Progressive, Technical

What more could you possibly ask for?
BakCristal
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BakCristal The hammond organ in the title track put a huge smile on my face. Awesome. Favorite track: Magnitude Of Thoughts.
iamspoonbender
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iamspoonbender The bass player is the infamous 'Forest' from Beyond Creation. This band is a no holds barred approach. Every style is played, and represented here. It's crazy, and it works ! Favorite track: Magnitude Of Thoughts.
Andrej Romić
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Andrej Romić Such an unexpected record by the Canadian earth-shattering and destroying group of technical, progressive, dizzy and furious instrumental death metal. Loved their debut album, this one shows much more improvement, speed and skill. One of the best records of 2016, I can assure you of that! Favorite track: Terahertz.
Len van der Wolf
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Len van der Wolf That's some sweet bass! Favorite track: Exoteric.
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The seven song earth shattering opus features guest appearances from Luc Lemay of Gorguts on guitar for 'Thanatonaut' plus Antoine Baril(Augury, Symbolic, Contemplator) performing organ on the album's title track. The album was mixed and mastered by Christian Donaldson (Cryptopsy, Beyond Creation, The Agonist) at The Grid with recordings of drums done at Emery Street Studio with Seb Black, bass at Humanoise Studio by Mathieu Marcotte (Augury) and guitars at Gorguts' Luc Lemay's Windy Hills Studio. Cover and layout art was done by Filip Ivanović.

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released December 6, 2016

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Teramobil Montreal, Québec

Teramobil first appeared in 2010 when Unhuman's Mathieu Bérubé and Alexandre Dupras had some time off and started creating a new form of "riffing" where different styles. After one year spent gathering ideas and compositions, they started seeking a bass player to become an instrumental trio. Bassist Dominic "Forest" Lapointe finally joined during fall 2011. ... more

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