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« on: February 09, 2012, 10:55:19 PM »

AUSTRALIA ? Aussie technical death metal outfit, Psycroptic, has revealed the cover art for the band?s fifth studio album, The Inherited Repression, which will hit stores on February 10th in Australia through RIOT Distribution.

Commented Psycroptic guitarist, Joe Haley, ?The Inherited Repression is far and away my favorite Psycroptic album thus far - all of us in the band think this. It?s the age-old clich? from bands when they talk about their current album as being the best of their career, blah, blah, but I have to say it because it?s true. We wouldn?t think there is a point of going on if we couldn?t outdo each album prior. We are certainly not playing music for anything else than the love of creating it and performing it. ?The Inherited Repression is quite different from anything we have done in terms of song writing and structure, and we spent a lot longer writing and demoing the songs before we recorded it, which you can tell. It?s a very dynamic album - the fast elements faster, the slow elements slower, and a lot of light and dark binding it together. It?s a very catchy album as well - you can tap your foot, bang your head or anything else you want. Basically it has a lot of groove on it from start to finish.?
The track-list for The Inherited Repression is?
1. Carriers of the Plague
2. Forward to Submission
3. Euphorinasia
4. The Throne of Kings
5. Unmasking the Traitors
6. Become the Cult
7. From Scribe to Ashes
8. Deprivation
9. The Sleepers Have Awoken

The Inherited Repression was produced, engineered and mixed by Haley, while Alan Douches will handle mastering duties. ?We had the luxury of recording in my home studio without deadlines, so we spent a long time on getting it how we wanted. We can?t wait for people to hear it, and get out and play the songs live!? Stay tuned for more information on Psycroptic and The Inherited Repression.

 ?8/10. The Inherited Repression kicks death metal in the sweatpants; it offers advanced technique, solid songwriting and a fresh-sounding sonic approach, with the result being a masterstroke.? (Decibel Magazine)

?5/5. Without a doubt, Inherited Repression is going to set the bar quite high here in 2012, and will certainly be a tough extreme metal album to beat this year.?
(Sea Of Tranquility)

?A+. The first great metal release of the year is here metalheads.?
(Metal Army)