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If you like their previous effort Ob(servant) then you definitely know what you're getting. I feel like this album is about 1.25x faster, but they changed the vocals up slightly in some parts. However, it's a minor change that I believe most people can get over. As far as overall ambience, it seemed to lack it at first, but through subsequent listenings, I see my initial analysis was wrong. Sometimes you just have to wait for the memorable things to come to you.


I've never reviewed an album before, but this is epic. Very technical and heavy. Something for everyone! If you're the type that searched for Psycroptic, you WON'T be disappointed!


Just found out about this band when I heard "Carriers of the plague" That song was Toooo sick 2 ignore! Fast, heavy, understandable vocals/great melody (Sumthin that ALOT of death metal bands now DO NOT have lol) THIS I can roll with!! Great stuff! Btw, there is metal, hvy metal, speed metal, thrash, death & black metal.. Period!! Being 39, I was a teen when this music 1st started gettin known. Imo ALL of these other names DON'T exist & R silly... Sorry young ppl lol It's the truth. Just my 2cents. Ur welcome lol


Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Proving that death metal knows no international boundaries, Psycroptic hail from the remote Australian island state of Tasmania, where brothers Joe (guitar) and David Haley (drums) came together with vocalist Matthew Chalk and bassist Cameron Grant to form the group in 1999. Based in the capital city of Hobart, to be precise, Psycroptic quickly moved from demo stage to issuing their first full-length album, The Isle of Disenchantment, by 2001; then kept busy with local concert dates and select festival...
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The Inherited Repression, Psycroptic
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Feb 07, 2012

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