|Review: Dysylumn - Conceptarium|
Year released: 2015
Review online: October 29, 2015
Reviewed by: Christopher Foley
Rated 3/5 (60%) (1 Vote)
I'll admit to slacking on modern Death Metal, so I'm not exactly hip to the current trends. French duo Dysylumn has a sound I'd describe both modern and current, taking elements from the technical and blasty schools, drawing comparisons to Decrepit Birth and Hour Of Penance.
There's a lot going on across Conceptarium, with riffs, blasts, and grooves aplenty. Flashy, yet not overly so, and altogether permeating a strong sci-fi/spacy style atmosphere. The overall mix and sound isn't amazing, but understandable for a young band, and the only real issue I have here. Certainly a promising debut, Dysylumn will be worth keeping on the radar if you have a love for proggy Black/Death metal. Good stuff.
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