XOTH – Seattle technical extreme metal futurists to release new vinyl edition of “Interdimensional Invocations” via Dawnbreed Records


Seattle technical extreme metal futurists XOTH and Dawnbreed Records are set to release a new vinyl edition of the band’s acclaimed sophomore LP “Interdimensional Invocations”.

The new vinyl edition of the album is available in 400 copies.

Pressing info:

100 x Transparent Magenta / Aqua Blue w/aqua blue opaque splatter
100 x Aside/Bside: Neon Yellow/Orange
200 x Glow in the dark with grimace purple splatter

Xoth II has established the quartet as one of the most outlandish and ungraspable technical metal entities to appear in the underground in recent times.

Grandiose and flawlessly unpredictable, “Interdimensional Invocations” is an intimidating display of compositional eccentrism, otherworldly technical mastery and of mind-bending fretwork annihilation that will draw the listener into a warped and kaleidoscopic maze of mutated and futuristic heavy metal wizardry.

The band’s sci-fi themed aesthetic and lyrical content just adds an extra layer of insanity and depth to their already hyper-developed compositional complexity, constructing an otherworldly, shapeshifting and warped soundscape made of impossible sonic objects, unsettling musical ubiquity, and disorienting fractal song structures.

With influences ranging from Voivod to Atheist, Bal Sagoth, Death, and various forms of power and progressive metal, the core to the band’s sound is a critical mass of constant motion always on the verge of implosion that cyclically restabilises itself into slower lysergic dirges before condensing and collapsing again in a constant motion of compositional chaos and creation/destruction that rips the listener’s senses to shreds.


Pre-orders: (EU) (USA)


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