Tech death fans, rejoice. Here’s the new track from Continuum‘s upcoming LP, The Hypothesis. At once sounding like an 8-bit boss battle and that cocky screamo kid that auditioned on American Idol… actually, let’s pause for that one…
So, sounding like original NES and that kid, Continuum blasts forth with the technically savvy “A Surreal Descent.” The cup overfloweth with enough blast beats and fret board wizardry to give Harry Potter magic wand envy. Check the track out in the player at the top of the page.
Recorded predominantly by lead guitarist/composer Chase Fraser (Decrepit Birth, Animosity), with additional tracking and mixing by Zack Ohren (Suffocation, Fallujah, All Shall Perish, et al.) at Castle Ultimate Studios, the 10-track The Hypothesis spews forth a scathing assemblage of engaging, abrasive, surgically precise, and unrepentantly violent compositions based conceptually on the mysteries of the infinite and the unsolved theories of the “continuum hypothesis.” This hypothesis was studied by a number of mathematicians, many of whom committed suicide before reaching a conclusion to the unfathomable question of infinity.
A true monolith of progressive technical death metal, The Hypothesis will drop next month via Unique Leader Records.
Rock Hard \m/