UK Progressive Death Metal band Rannoch unveil their new opus, Conflagrations, a 52-minute cut of untamed evolution. Willowtip Records will release the album on CD, vinyl, and digital formats on July 21.
Toilet ov Hell has premiered the album’s first single, “Daguerreotype,” which will be available on all digital platforms on May 5. Album pre-orders will be available on the same day. Stream “Daguerreotype” now at the following link:
Accompanied by Australian drumming legend, Dan Presland (Ne Obliviscaris, Black Lava) the seven tracks contained within Conflagrations open up new levels of musicality, punishing aggression, melancholic refrains and winding aural avenues of dark depths and complexity. Produced by Ian Gillings and mixed by James Stephenson (Cradle of Filth, Onslaught, Ghosts of Atlantis), Conflagrations represents a new hybrid of progressive death metal.
Originating from the UK’s West Midlands, Rannoch offer a refreshing take on the progressive death metal subgenre with focused extremity, fastidious technical precision, and rich song writing skills. Swathes of ethereal clean vocals, dark ambience and dynamic shifts accompany sledgehammer brutality and savagely intense screams.