Off the stage, on the screen.
After a busy summer touring schedule into Europe, Portuguese deathcore act THIRDSPHERE is off the stage to drop a new video for track IR INTERFERENCE with the guest appearance of Andrew Ivashchenko, lead vocalist for progressive metal outfit Shokran.
Footage for IR INTERFERENCE was released on October 11th, 2018 and follows up previous video releases for tracks Worms and Monster, all belonging to album SYZYGY out last December 2017.
For those who are not familiar with Thirdsphere, the band includes: Nuno Cardoso at vocals, guitar shredders Francisco Beato and Filipe Pereira, Francis Cappola at drums. It’s a punishing act who started its journey back in the days in 2008 revolving around heaviness and always striving for perfection in technique and delivery.
After bringing out EPs Fire and Ice, Thirdsphere have jumped out of their comfort zone. Songwriting has moved forward towards a significant focus on harsh vocals, a more intricate guitar work and the introduction of electronic textures in SYZYGY. A whimsical and mystical inspiration connects the title chosen for the record to the image of a straight-line configuration of three or more celestial bodies in the gravitational system.
SYZYGY is an impressive metal slaughter album where deathcore is exposed to subtle dramatic melodies, also reminiscent of death metal, brutal and technical variants. It mainly relies on a frenzy and technical guitar work fully supported by fierce harsh vocals. It’s a bulletproof record and a mosh-inducing collection of tracks pushing and pulling with a sense of urgency.
We had the chance to review SYGYZY and interview Francis and Filipe to discuss the record in detail. To read our review and interview please check out: www.sickandsound.it/category/artists/thirdsphere.
THIRDSPHERE. IR INTERFERENCE.
We are all born from stars.
IR Interference is one the heavy-hitters of Sygyzy hosting Nuno Cardoso’s vocals and a guest appearance by Andrew Ivashchenko, lead vocalist for Russian progressive metallers Shokran. It’s a pummeling track since its very beginning on the double barrel shotgun firing with blast beats and razor-sharp riffing. Heaviness is soothed by interludes of melodic atmospheres and clean vocals. Hammering breakdowns and the intricate guitar work are combined to assure a massive delivery. IR Interference stands as a rare case of heaviness and catchiness and hosts one of the most memorable choruses off Sygyzy record. Give it a spin for total mass destruction!
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