Vancouver-based melodic death-Metallers Tribune have announced a show in their local area on December 20th at the Astoria Pub, 769 East Hastings, presented by Nothing Is Heavy. The band is performing in promotion of their latest author inspired concept album 'Tales' released in October via their indie label Corpse Corrosion Music.
Doors are open at 8.30pm and the admission is $10. Support is provided by MI6, Azodanum and Venocide. Full details are available at the events page at https://www.facebook.com/events/574925289246113/
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In additional news, Tribune unleashed a new lyric video for 'Insectoid' which can be watched here:
Vocalist Bryan Baker comments: "This album has been inspired entirely by literature, it features a wide array of influences, from Homer to Mary Shelley to H.P. Lovecraft, and continues Tribune's trend of becoming simultaneously more melodic and more brutally heavy on each album! 'Tales' is a re-imagining of what progressive death metal can be, and the members of Tribune believe it to be their finest effort yet."
This follow-up to 2011's Elder Lore/The Dark Arts, demonstrates Tribune's brawn and brains with a collusion of extremity and accessibility. As the band's appetite for more extreme metal such as bands like Carcass, Death and At The Gates bleeds into their melting pot of influences, it has resulted in a fresh take on their fine metal sound.
The album is currently streaming at http://tribune.bandcamp.com/
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