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21st Nov '16 11:41:38 PM CassandraLeo
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* EpicRocking: "Perspectives" is 6:49 minutes long.

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* EpicRocking: "Perspectives" is 6:49 minutes long.long, "The Mesmerizing Light" is 6:46, and "Return to Samsara" is 8:40.
6th Nov '16 11:14:32 AM HasturHasturHastur
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Music/{{Disgorge}}, Music/CannibalCorpse, Music/InternalSuffering, Music/{{Suffocation}}, Music/{{Malignancy}}, Music/{{Immolation}}, Music/DeedsOfFlesh, Gorgasm, Brodequin, Music/{{Cryptopsy}}, Internal Bleeding, Mortal Decay, Pyrexia, Music/{{Death}}, Music/{{Atheist}}, Music/{{Devourment}}, Monstrosity, Nocturnus, Music/{{Watchtower}}, Mekong Delta, Music/{{Megadeth}}, Music/{{Forbidden}}, Martyr, Music/{{Cynic}}, Confessor

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Music/{{Disgorge}}, Music/CannibalCorpse, Music/InternalSuffering, Music/{{Suffocation}}, Music/{{Malignancy}}, Music/{{Immolation}}, Music/DeedsOfFlesh, Gorgasm, Brodequin, Music/{{Cryptopsy}}, Internal Bleeding, Mortal Decay, Pyrexia, Music/{{Death}}, Music/{{Atheist}}, Music/{{Devourment}}, Monstrosity, Nocturnus, Music/{{Watchtower}}, Mekong Delta, Music/{{Megadeth}}, Music/{{Forbidden}}, Martyr, Music/{{Cynic}}, ConfessorConfessor, Psychotic Waltz, Deathrow
6th Nov '16 9:41:30 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Kevin Heiderich - guitar (prog set) (2015-present)

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* Kevin Heiderich - guitar (prog set) (2015-present)
(2015-2016)
* [[Music/{{Obscura}} Tom Geldschlaeger]] (2016-present)
17th Oct '16 11:11:51 AM HasturHasturHastur
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Music/{{Disgorge}}, Music/CannibalCorpse, Music/InternalSuffering, Music/{{Suffocation}}, Music/{{Malignancy}}, Music/{{Immolation}}, Music/DeedsOfFlesh, Gorgasm, Brodequin, Music/{{Cryptopsy}}, Internal Bleeding, Mortal Decay, Pyrexia, Music/{{Death}}, Music/{{Atheist}}, Music/{{Devourment}}, Monstrosity, Nocturnus, Watchtower, Mekong Delta, Music/{{Megadeth}}, Music/{{Forbidden}}, Martyr, Music/{{Cynic}}, Confessor

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Music/{{Disgorge}}, Music/CannibalCorpse, Music/InternalSuffering, Music/{{Suffocation}}, Music/{{Malignancy}}, Music/{{Immolation}}, Music/DeedsOfFlesh, Gorgasm, Brodequin, Music/{{Cryptopsy}}, Internal Bleeding, Mortal Decay, Pyrexia, Music/{{Death}}, Music/{{Atheist}}, Music/{{Devourment}}, Monstrosity, Nocturnus, Watchtower, Music/{{Watchtower}}, Mekong Delta, Music/{{Megadeth}}, Music/{{Forbidden}}, Martyr, Music/{{Cynic}}, Confessor
5th Aug '16 11:01:33 AM Gene0129
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* ConceptAlbum: Each half of ''Disposal of the Dead // Dharmata'' has its own lyrical concept, to go with the album's two contrasting styles. ''Disposal'' deals with funerary practices from around the world, while ''Dharmata'' explores Buddhist themes.

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* ConceptAlbum: Each half of ''Disposal of the Dead // Dharmata'' Dead[=/=]Dharmata'' has its own lyrical concept, to go with the album's two contrasting styles. ''Disposal'' deals with funerary practices from around the world, while ''Dharmata'' explores Buddhist themes.
5th Aug '16 11:00:21 AM Gene0129
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* ''Disposal of the Dead // Dharmata'' (2016)

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* ''Disposal of the Dead // Dharmata'' Dead[=/=]Dharmata'' (2016)



* DistinctDoubleAlbum: ''Disposal of the Dead // Dharmata'' is this by way of exploring both major aspects of their sound; one side is loaded with big, dumb slams, while the other side is far more technical and progressive than anything else they've ever done. The band has variously described the album as a "double EP" and a "split album with ourselves".

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* DistinctDoubleAlbum: ''Disposal of the Dead // Dharmata'' Dead[=/=]Dharmata'' is this by way of exploring both major aspects of their sound; one side is loaded with big, dumb slams, while the other side is far more technical and progressive than anything else they've ever done. The band has variously described the album as a "double EP" and a "split album with ourselves".



** ''Disposal of the Dead // Dharmata'' is an experiment that is intended to isolate the two main components of their sound and play them in their style; the former half is raw, stripped-down, and far slammier than they would ever normally be, while the latter half is old-school progressive death metal that has absolutely none of the more brutal elements of their sound.

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** ''Disposal of the Dead // Dharmata'' Dead[=/=]Dharmata'' is an experiment that is intended to isolate the two main components of their sound and play them in their style; the former half is raw, stripped-down, and far slammier than they would ever normally be, while the latter half is old-school progressive death metal that has absolutely none of the more brutal elements of their sound.
25th Jul '16 12:16:58 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Josh Welshman - vocals (2016-present)



* Andy Tseung - vocals (EU) (2015-present)
* Josh Welshman - vocals (US) (2015-present)

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* Andy Tseung - vocals (EU) (2015-present)
* Josh Welshman - vocals (US) (2015-present)
(2015)


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* AscendedExtra: Josh Welshman.
23rd Jul '16 9:53:12 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* ImAHumanitarian: "Consuming Grief", in this case ritual cannibalism of the deceased.
20th Jul '16 2:44:25 PM MasterInferno
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* ''Disposal of the Dead/Dharmata'' (2016)

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* ''Disposal of the Dead/Dharmata'' Dead // Dharmata'' (2016)



* ConceptAlbum: Each half of ''Disposal of the Dead // Dharmata'' has its own lyrical concept, to go with the album's two contrasting styles. ''Disposal'' deals with funerary practices from around the world, while ''Dharmata'' explores Buddhist themes.



* DistinctDoubleAlbum: Their as-yet-untitled new album is going to be this by way of exploring both major aspects of their sound; one side is going to be loaded with big, dumb slams, while the other side is going to be far more technical and progressive than anything else they've ever done.

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* DistinctDoubleAlbum: Their as-yet-untitled new album ''Disposal of the Dead // Dharmata'' is going to be this by way of exploring both major aspects of their sound; one side is going to be loaded with big, dumb slams, while the other side is going to be far more technical and progressive than anything else they've ever done.done. The band has variously described the album as a "double EP" and a "split album with ourselves".



** "Remotio Morturorum" from ''Disposal of the Dead // Dharmata'' is two minutes and "Dharmata" from the same album is one minute, though those are more like intros to their respective sides of the album than proper songs.



** ''Disposal of the Dead/Dharmata'' is an experiment that is intended to isolate the two main components of their sound and play them in their style; the former half is raw, stripped-down, and far slammier than they would ever normally be, while the latter half is old-school progressive death metal that has absolutely none of the more brutal elements of their sound.

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** ''Disposal of the Dead/Dharmata'' Dead // Dharmata'' is an experiment that is intended to isolate the two main components of their sound and play them in their style; the former half is raw, stripped-down, and far slammier than they would ever normally be, while the latter half is old-school progressive death metal that has absolutely none of the more brutal elements of their sound.
5th May '16 7:14:19 AM HasturHasturHastur
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** "Initiation" off ''Passages'', while even shorter (1:15), is possibly a subversion, as although it's considered a single track, they tend to play "Naranka" right after as if they are the same songs split into two live.

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** "Initiation" off ''Passages'', while even shorter (1:15), is possibly a subversion, as although it's considered a single track, they tend to play "Naranka" "Naraka" right after as if they are the same songs split into two live.


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** ''Disposal of the Dead/Dharmata'' is an experiment that is intended to isolate the two main components of their sound and play them in their style; the former half is raw, stripped-down, and far slammier than they would ever normally be, while the latter half is old-school progressive death metal that has absolutely none of the more brutal elements of their sound.
* ProgressiveMetal: ''Dharmata''.
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