Dungeon Works Productions and Evenko are proud to announce this year’s En Route To Heavy MTL final round with Derelict, Of Temples, Truth or Scare, Death Lullaby and Unbeing for a free all ages event at Theatre Corona (2490 Notre-Dame Ouest) on Continue reading
Riding high off their 2012 release, Perpetuation, Montreal’s technical death metal shredders Derelict are pleased to announce that they have been nominated for a Canadian Independent Music Award in the category of Best Metal Artist or Group Of The Year.
HTH: You guys are playing Woodstock Funfest this year. What can fans expect from Derelict at this festival?
Eric: Lots of energy, tightness and brutality! This is our first show west of Toronto with our new lineup, and I’m not shy to say this is the best combination of musicians we have ever had. We’re looking forward to proving it in Woodstock.
Jordan Perry, drummer for the Canadian technical death metal band Derelict, has released two new exclusive videos. The first is a peek into the recording sessions of the band’s critically-acclaimed 2012 album, Perpetuation, as Perry lays down the parts for the song “Intricate Decay”.
Freshly returned from their Eastern Emergence Tour of the Canadian Maritimes, Montreal tech death shredders Derelict are pleased to confirm the addition of guitarist Simon Cléroux (The Unconscious Mind) and bassist Xavier Sperdouklis (ex-Vengeful) to their permanent lineup.
Woodstock, Ontario’s premiere metal veterans Misguided Aggression have announced the 3rd Woodstock Funfest Metal Festival, rallying the best of Canadian metal from Ontario and Quebec onto one stage for a marathon all-day performance. “We are all very excited about this year’s Funfest 3,” comments Misguided Aggression guitar player Continue reading
HTH: You guys recently released your new album Perpetuation interdependently. How has the reception been so far?
Eric: The reception has been great! We’ve received something like 30 reviews, most very positive, and have been charting on Canadian college radio for a few months. A lot of the reviews spoke precisely about what we intended to do with the album, which was harness our best elements in a more streamlined format, and write shorter but harder-hitting songs. We’re very happy!