It can bring life or it can destroy... the power used is the bearers choice. The Scepter of the Ancients (Metal From Van Diemens Land) One of the Classics from Down Under and the last one with Original Singer [Chalky - now singing in Mephistopheles] and still their best Album.
Favorite track: Psycrology.
Tight, technical, complex Australian death metal with a variety of vocal approaches, a vast array of guitar techniques and an ambitious lyrical concept. The album consists of nine hyper-aggressive songs filled with ear-catching riffs and truly astonishing rhythm changes.
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I cannot stop listening to this beast! The hype is very well deserved-such a well crafted, sonic delight of an album from start to finish. Old school and familiar DM yet otherworldly at the same time. Very happy to have this in my life!! Quite simply my favourite death metal album of all time! Neil Grace
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The beauty of Relentless Mutation is the beauty of a V12 engine at top RPM; the beauty of the bolt group of a MG42 in full auto fire; the beauty of a sped up video of a swiss clock's internals. Everything is so quick, yet so precise, so seamless, so elegant. I'm not much of a techdeath guy, but this is surely an impressive work. Peter Rabbit
supported by 12 fans who also own “The Sceptor of the Ancients”
A little something olde, a little something trve / A lot of something br00tal, and mostly something new / Labyrinth Constellation proves Artificial Brain to be / Probably the most important death metal band of the 21st century. TheKenWord2017