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29th Jul '16 6:40:18 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* {{Instrumentals}}: "Alliance and Tyranny", "Stillness", "Enter the Hall", "Across Forests and Fjords", "Fractal Entity", "Spastic", and "Apex".

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* {{Instrumentals}}: "Alliance and Tyranny", "Stillness", "Enter the Hall", "Across Forests and Fjords", "Fractal Entity", "Spastic", "Apex", and "Apex"."The Exaltation".
12th Jul '16 10:05:46 AM Metalhead14
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* XMeetsY: [[Music/{{Exodus Band}} Exodus]] meets Music/{{The Faceless}} meets Music/{{Death}} meets Music/{{The Dillinger Escape Plan}}. Yes, really.

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* XMeetsY: [[Music/{{Exodus Band}} Exodus]] Music/TheFaceless meets Music/{{The Faceless}} meets Music/{{Death}} meets Music/{{The Dillinger Escape Plan}}. Yes, really.Music/DemolitionHammer.
25th Jun '16 8:19:41 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* CoverVersion: "Death in Vain" (Exhorder), "[[Music/{{Death}} Pull the Plug]]", "[[Music/FaithNoMore Surprise! You're Dead!]]", "[[Music/{{Metallica}} Dyers Eve]]", and "[[Music/MorbidAngel Sworn to the Black]]".

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* CoverVersion: "Death in Vain" (Exhorder), "[[Music/{{Death}} Pull the Plug]]", "[[Music/FaithNoMore Surprise! You're Dead!]]", "[[Music/{{Metallica}} Dyers Eve]]", and "[[Music/MorbidAngel Sworn to the Black]]".Black]]", and "[[Music/{{Slayer}} Altar of Sacrifice]]".
24th May '16 7:03:10 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* IconicItem: With his rapidly rising status as a modern shred icon, Dave's 7-string Jackson Warrior with maple finish is fast becoming one of these.

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* IconicItem: With his rapidly rising status as a modern shred icon, Dave's 7-string Jackson Warrior with maple finish is fast becoming one of these.these, while Brett's "WE TRIPPY MANE" shirt has also become something of a minor meme among the fandom.
24th May '16 6:48:53 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* SpecialGuest: [[Music/JobForACowboy Jon Rice]], [[Music/ThreeInchesOfBlood Ash Pearson]], and [[Music/TheFaceless Alex Rudinger]] have filled in for Phil on the past three respective tours, as he broke his arm and has been unable to make the shows; as of now, Ash has crossed over into AscendedExtra territory and is now a full-time member. Additionally, [[Music/{{Aborted}} Sven de Caluwe]] joined them onstage as a guest vocalist for "Madness Opus" during a European tour with Cannibal Corpse and Aeon.

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* SpecialGuest: [[Music/JobForACowboy Jon Rice]], [[Music/ThreeInchesOfBlood Ash Pearson]], and [[Music/TheFaceless Alex Rudinger]] have filled in for Phil on the past three respective tours, as he broke his arm and has been unable to make the shows; as of now, Ash has crossed over into AscendedExtra territory and is now a full-time member. Additionally, [[Music/{{Aborted}} Sven de Caluwe]] joined them onstage as a guest vocalist for "Madness Opus" during a European tour with Cannibal Corpse and Aeon. As for album guests, [[Music/{{Megadeth}} Marty Friedman]] has a guest solo on "The Exaltation".
24th May '16 6:38:55 AM HasturHasturHastur
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Formed in Boston, Massachusetts in 2006 from the ashes of Cryptic Warning, the initial lineup consisted of David Davidson (guitars, vocals), Anthony Buda (bass, vocals), and Phil Dubois-Coyne (drums), the group released a three-song demo that same year and quickly made a name for themselves in the Boston area, being a local favorite at bars and basement booze-ups alike. They later went on to self-release ''Empire of the Obscene'', their first full-length, in 2008; it launched to very positive reviews that, along with the subsequent self-financed tour, were enough to attract the attention of Relapse, who promptly signed the band. Their drive further enhanced, they released their follow-up, ''Existence is Futile'', in 2009. Everything continued to go smoothly, and the band added Dan Gargiulo (guitars, vocals) in 2010 in order to expand their options both in the studio and live. This slightly altered lineup would then go on to release ''Chaos of Forms'' in 2011. Things kept moving forward until sometime in 2012, when Anthony quit the band to pursue a musical career of his own; replacing him was Brett Bamberger of East of the Wall fame. This new lineup quickly released ''Teratogenesis'', a free EP, in September 2012 through Scion A/V; as of the writing of this article, they just started a two-part US tour with A Life Once Lost and KEN mode for the first half, with the Faceless and The HAARP Machine taking over for the second leg. Not bad for a few boys from Boston (and Jersey, in Brett's case).

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Formed in Boston, Massachusetts in 2006 from the ashes of Cryptic Warning, the initial lineup consisted of David Davidson (guitars, vocals), Anthony Buda (bass, vocals), and Phil Dubois-Coyne (drums), the group released a three-song demo that same year and quickly made a name for themselves in the Boston area, being a local favorite at bars and basement booze-ups alike. They later went on to self-release ''Empire of the Obscene'', their first full-length, in 2008; it launched to very positive reviews that, along with the subsequent self-financed tour, were enough to attract the attention of Relapse, who promptly signed the band. Their drive further enhanced, they released their follow-up, ''Existence is Is Futile'', in 2009. Everything continued to go smoothly, and the band added Dan Gargiulo (guitars, vocals) in 2010 in order to expand their options both in the studio and live. This slightly altered lineup would then go on to release ''Chaos of Forms'' in 2011. Things kept moving forward until sometime in 2012, when Anthony quit the band to pursue a musical career of his own; replacing him was Brett Bamberger of East of the Wall fame. This new lineup quickly released ''Teratogenesis'', a free EP, in September 2012 through Scion A/V; as of the writing of this article, they just started a two-part US tour with A Life Once Lost and KEN mode for the first half, with the Faceless and The HAARP Machine taking over for the second leg. Not bad for a few boys from Boston (and Jersey, in Brett's case).



* ''Existence is Futile'' (2009)

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* ''Existence is Is Futile'' (2009)
24th May '16 6:36:54 AM HasturHasturHastur
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In August 2013, the band released their [[SelfTitledAlbum self-titled]] fourth album. After their contract with Relapse expired, they signed with Metal Blade Records in 2014 and released ''Deathless'', their fifth full-length, that same year. As of 2015, Phil Dubois-Coyne has announced his exit from the band, citing numerous life circumstances that led to his having to make that decision while also stressing that there is absolutely no bad blood and that they are still his best friends. As of June 26, 2015, [[Music/ThreeInchesOfBlood Ash Pearson]] is officially their new drummer, though he has unofficially held that slot since at least April.

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In August 2013, the band released their [[SelfTitledAlbum self-titled]] fourth album. After their contract with Relapse expired, they signed with Metal Blade Records in 2014 and released ''Deathless'', their fifth full-length, that same year. As of 2015, Phil Dubois-Coyne has announced his exit from the band, citing numerous life circumstances that led to his having to make that decision while also stressing that there is absolutely no bad blood and that they are still his best friends. As of June 26, 2015, [[Music/ThreeInchesOfBlood Ash Pearson]] is officially their new drummer, though he has unofficially held that slot since at least April.
April. ''Great Is Our Sin'', their first release with Pearson behind the kit, will drop on July 22nd, 2016.




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* ''Great Is Our Sin'' (2016)
24th Apr '16 8:28:53 PM Metalhead14
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* XMeetsY: [[Music/{{Exodus Band}} Exodus]] meets Music/{{The Faceless}} meets Music/{{Death}} meets Music/{{The Dillinger Escape Plan}}. Yes, really.
** Or alternatively, Music/DemolitionHammer meets Music/MorbidAngel and Music/{{Atheist}}, but with modern production.

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* XMeetsY: [[Music/{{Exodus Band}} Exodus]] meets Music/{{The Faceless}} meets Music/{{Death}} meets Music/{{The Dillinger Escape Plan}}. Yes, really.
** Or alternatively, Music/DemolitionHammer meets Music/MorbidAngel and Music/{{Atheist}}, but with modern production.
really.
24th Apr '16 6:24:14 PM Metalhead14
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** Or alternatively, Music/DemolitionHammer meets Music/MorbidAngel and Music/{{Atheist}}.

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** Or alternatively, Music/DemolitionHammer meets Music/MorbidAngel and Music/{{Atheist}}.Music/{{Atheist}}, but with modern production.
24th Apr '16 6:23:55 PM Metalhead14
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* XMeetsY: [[Music/{{Exodus Band}} Exodus]] meets Music/{{The Faceless}} meets Music/{{Death}} meets Music/{{The Dillinger Escape Plan}}. Yes, really.

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* XMeetsY: [[Music/{{Exodus Band}} Exodus]] meets Music/{{The Faceless}} meets Music/{{Death}} meets Music/{{The Dillinger Escape Plan}}. Yes, really.really.
** Or alternatively, Music/DemolitionHammer meets Music/MorbidAngel and Music/{{Atheist}}.
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