Viraemia 2009_07_22 (Phoenix, AZ – Modified Arts)

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A local Phoenix band who sound like they’re ready for the international metal scene, and a perfect example of why I’ve been checking out more local bands. If you’re a fan of ultra-technical death metal Viraemia is your master. They have a good dose of Carcass influence, check out the song titles & lyrics, which is cool and comes off as more of an homage than a rip-off. When you walk on stage with a ten string bass you’re either a poser or one hell of a musician. Fortunately Scott in Viraemia is the latter. He has a pretty interesting FAQ about his bass/skills on their myspace. And he’s not the only top shelf musician in the group! The guitar work and drumming is just as impressive. The word that keeps repeating in my head is INSANE. Which is a good thing. Vocals are also in the ‘big leagues’ with the best grunters/screams out there. I’ve just recently grown to like this style, so the only thing I really have to compare it to is Cattle Decapitation. It’s challenging to listen to, but if you can figure it out there is a good pay off.

Viraemia
w/Landmine Marathon, The Funeral Pyre, Ready Resist, Intestinator

2009_07_22
Phoenix, AZ
The Modified

ST-11 > CA-9100 > R09 (24-bit/48kHz)
R09 > MacPro > Wave Editor Pro 1.3 (fades, split tracks)> WAV > FLAC 24-bit/48kHz

001
002 Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation
003 Necrotizing Fasciitis
004 The Prodromal Phase
005 Cancrum Oris

Tony- Vocals
Josh- Guitar
Mike- Drums
Scott- Bass

Download

Sample(2MB): Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation sample mp3

mp3(40MB): Viraemia 2009-07-22.zip

FLAC(248MB): Viraemia 2009-07-22-FLAC.zip

~ by invisiblesound on July 25, 2009.

One Response to “Viraemia 2009_07_22 (Phoenix, AZ – Modified Arts)”

  1. […] Viraemia 2009_07_22 (Phoenix, AZ – Modified Arts) « Invisible Sound (invisiblesound.wordpress.com) – July 25, 2009A local Phoenix band who sounds like they're ready for the international metal scene, and a perfect example of why I've been checking out more local bands. If you're a fan of ultra-technical death met… […]

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