LOGICAL TERROR – “Ashes Of Fate”

After a while it’s time again to tell you about a cool band I came across a while ago: LOGICAL TERROR!

The five alternative metal rockers from Modena (IT) have recently released their new album “Ashes Of Fate” via the darkTunes Music Group / Soulfood (Sony). Why you should keep an eye or better said an ear on their work? Because they have already shared the stage with bands like Arch Enemy, Primal Fear, Sepultura, Engel or Soilwork (to mention just a few of them).

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For their latest publication they were lucky to cooperate with Jon Howard from Threat Signal, Björn “Speed” Strid from Soilwork and Luminokaya from Meshuggah.

The band says about itself that they want to “communicate clear and meaningful messages through various musical and textual forms. The songs praise the progress of technology, even when adverse effects are reflected on our lives and convey the awareness that we can no longer recognize ourselves.” The guys use fragments of rhythmics, nu-metal and industrial sounds to express all that in the language of music.

Here’s a little taster of Logical Terror’s music:

If you like what you hear and you think it would be a cool idea to include something new to your music collection, grab your own copy of “Ashes Of Fate” now!

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You can download the album on iTunes  or amazon (on amazon you can also order a digipack).

 

 

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About Nicky Rose

Music lover from Vienna, Austria

Posted on July 31, 2016, in Introduction, News and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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