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Dan Watson Rejoins Infant Annihilator

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To give a brief summary of Infant Annihilator. They formed in 2012, composing of Dan Watson, Aaaron Kitcher and Eddie Pickard. They soon released their highly praised album The Palpable Leprosy of Pollution in December of 2012 through Total Deathcore.

Two years later, Dan Watson announced that he was leaving the band, and quickly started his own band, Enterprise Earth (who then released an EP in 2014, a full length in 2015, and another in 2017). Another two years later, Dickie Allen of Misanthropic Tyrant, and co-vocalist of Dealey Plaza on The Masonic Diaries, replaced Watson.

With their new vocalist, Infant Annihilator soon teased then released (finally) a new album in 2016, The Elysian Grandeval Galèriarch.

But now… Dan Watson has announced (seen below) he will be returning to Infant Annihilator, alongside Dickie Allen as vocalist.

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Interview with Dethrone the Sovereign!

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PSAB: Dethrone the Sovereign brings fresh sounds to the progressive metal table that can’t be overlooked. How do you collectively approach music writing and bring it together? I have heard of some bands where one or two members write all of the music and the other members simply play what’s given to them. Incorporating a synth can be tricky, so I’m curious to hear how you tackle the creative process.

DTS: It’s usually a pretty collaborative writing process, everyone will write at least their own part to go along with something. Even if they didn’t have a hand in writing the part itself. Jake, our synth player, has been in the band since the beginning so incorporating it is easy. Quite a few parts we’ll actually start writing around a synth line or a chord progression, so it’s pretty much ingrained in our sound at this point.

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Review: Trojans – The Blissful Hollow EP

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This week’s focus is on up-and-coming Australian metalcore band Trojans and their debut EP, The Blissful Hollow. This EP is 5 tracks and about 20 minutes in length. As Australian bands tend to be, Trojans carry a lot of groove and deliver catchy breakdowns. The Blissful Hollow will be available on major outlets like iTunes and Spotify tomorrow! Be sure to check out their Facebook too! Read more

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