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Not the End: Inferi’s “The End of an Era: Rebirth” Showcases the Band’s Early Virtuosity in New Light

Tech-death masterminds Inferi recently re-released their 2009 hit album with updated mastering and production -- here's our look at how it holds up.

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Adapt, Survive: Allegaeon Founding Member Greg Burgess Talks “Apoptosis” and Band Evolution

Our extensive interview with Allegaeon's one remaining founding member: we cover past, present, and future of this ever-innovative progressive death metal outfit from Colorado in anticipation of their fifth full-length, releasing April 19th.

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Progressively Technical: Contrarian’s Seam-Busting “Their Worm Never Dies”

The four-piece technical death metal outfit (featuring drummer George Kollias of Nile) unveiled its third full-length today -- here's our in-depth review of its myriad of moving parts.

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Progspot #1: Irreversible Mechanism, an Irreplicable Machine

IO Staff Writer Thomas Hinds unveils an exegetical new column where he dissects then reassembles the complexities and contortions of progressive metal; the Belarusan tech-death duo-turned-force fit the inaugural bill perfectly.

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Supergroup Tech-Death: Continuum’s Wild and Virtuosic “Designed Obsolescence”

We get deeply analytical with "Designed Obsolescence," the sophomore release (out today) of tech-death masters Continuum featuring current/former members of Decrepit Birth, Arkaik, Rings of Saturn, Allegaeon, and more.

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Technical Ecstasy #6: The Talents of Tech-Death

In this edition, we feature three tech-death bands who exceeded expectations this year with showstopping releases.

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