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    Rest in Peace SPAWN OF POSSESSION (Technical Death Metal)

    https://www.facebook.com/SpawnofPoss...54939107395172

    Last week we decided to put SoP to rest due to several problems, mostly because we now realise we dont have the time to either finish a beast like a new album properly or do anything else with SoP for a long time. So the band has pretty much just faded away at this point. Anyway! We are very thankful for all the support we had through the years!
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    Sad to see, although I'm not hugely surprised as the gap between Noctambulant and Incurso was 6 years, the next album it sounds like could have taken even longer since its already been 5+ years.

    Incurso is amazing and a great last release, but it still sucks that's it. Wish I could have seen them live too.

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    Never heard of them before this. Made me curious and I'm playing Incurso. It's very impressive.
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    Christ - this stuff is insane! Fuckin awesome.

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    indeed.

    Incurso may go down as an all-time classic with time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnprogger View Post
    indeed.

    Incurso may go down as an all-time classic with time.
    I've been listening to it for a few days now - the complexity is really astounding. Check out that bass cover I Posted - the writing is unbelievably intricate. The clean production also enables everything to be heard, which is not always the case with EM/Grindcore/Death albums. REALLY really great. Thanks for the heads-up.

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    This is really good. Too bad about them folding.

    I pretty much gave up on most extreme metal-related stuff a while back, but when it's as impressive as this it makes me reconsider big time.
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    If it isn't Krautrock, it's krap.

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