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US tech death band THE LAST OF LUCY premiere scorching new track via No Clean Singing

The fact that The Last of Lucy are playing technical music at such insane speeds and yet managing to retain a nasty sense of groove throughout is staggering. The songs just zip past and you barely notice time passing. They’re clearly in the best form of their career over here. No Clean Singing premiered a brand new track from their upcoming album AT THIS LINK. Excerpt – 

“an extremely vicious, often unearthly, yet undeniably captivating sonic creature. And much like the cover art, the music is also elaborate in its creation of menace and mayhem, and far from commonplace”

PRESS –

– “another fantastic release from one of my favorite bands” – Metal Injection (US)

– “an album that’ll quench any fan’s hunger for technical death metal bringing atmospheric layers and jazzy sections to the modern metal scene” – Metal Purgatory Media (US) 9.5/10

– “dazzling display of peak musicianship” – Head-Banger Reviews (US)

– “will blow your mind” – The Killchain (UK)

– “If you’re into brutal and/or technical death metal, then this is up your alley and I can’t recommend it enough” – Teeth of the Divine (US)

– “a crazed high-speed (and alien) carnival of skittering, swirling, and pulsating tones” – No Clean Singing (US)

The Last of Lucy (US) – Moksha (Technical Death Metal)

Genre – Technical Death Metal 
Release Date – February 18th, 2022
Record Label – Transcending Obscurity Records

For fans of – Inferi, The Faceless, Archspire, The Zenith Passage, Godless Truth

The Last of Lucy have shed the skin of their previous releases to reveal a far more dangerous and lethal creature underneath. It represents the core of their sound, without any frills or slow passages, for on ‘Moksha’ they’ve taken on ferocious avatar to decimate from start to finish. It’s not a complete departure from their sound; they’ve only overhauled it, doing away with the unnecessary parts and bringing in ones that highly optimize their performance. Evidently, their music is faster, heavier and catchier than ever before. They’ve condensed the best elements into something absolutely potent and having devastating repercussions. The catchiness of the music belies its inherent technical nature, as the band spews some of the most vitriolic music with blinding fast speed. Like the grotesque yet fascinating creature on their Par Olofsson cover looking at its reflection, their music too represents something vile yet captivating, and also primal and atavistic. ‘Moksha’ is the most powerful album yet from this ambitious technical death metal band and it’s best to delve into its music fully prepared, embracing its acerbic extremity with all its complexities and grooves alike.

Line up –
Josh De La Sol – Vocals
Brandon Ian Millan – Drums
Gad Gidon – Lead Guitar & Bass
Christian Mansfield – Rhythm Guitar

Artwork by Par Olofsson (AbortedCutterred Flesh)

Track listing –
1. Moksha 02:14
2. Agni 03:22
3. Aforethought 02:42
4. Ego Death 02:48
5. Ritual Of The Abraxas 04:04
6. Parasomnia 02:52
7. Temple Of Rati 03:02
8. Ganga’s Cenote 03:06
9. Covenant 02:55
10. The Demiurge 03:41

Official Lyric Video

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The Last of Lucy Bandcamp

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Transcending Obscurity Official YouTube Channel

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Transcending Obscurity US Store

Transcending Obscurity Europe Store

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