The Sludgelord Premiere KREPITUS Track ‘The Decree of Theodoseus’
Debut Album ‘The Eyes of The Soulless’ Out Nov 25th
L-R: Curtis Beardy- Bass, Teran Wyer- Guitars/Vocals, Harley “Rage” D’orazio- Drums, Matt Van Wezel – Guitars
Photo Credit: Dana Zuk
Bone-crushing Calgary four-piece KREPITUS are challenging the relationship between death and thrash metal with their trademark downtrodden technical riffs and fierce aggressive vocals. They have been constantly playing with opposing elements and creating a stable compound of death-fused thrash since their beginnings in 2013.
Set to unleash their debut album ‘The Eyes of The Soulless’ on November 25th, 2016, the band has teamed up with The Sludgelord for the premiere of the album’s first track ‘The Decree of Theodoseus’ at the following link: http://thesludgelord.blogspot.ca/2016/10/track-premiere-bone-crushing-calgary.html
In addition, the band is offering a FREE download of the album’s title track at the following link: https://krepitus.bandcamp.com/track/eyes-of-the-soulless
plus streaming on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyoiNB6LJlY
KREPITUS is comprised of Teran Wyer performing double duty on guitar and vocals; a tortured soul bound to his music. Matt Van Wezel is the second sniper, hitting each guitar note with precision and complementing the already harmonious riffs. Curtis Beardy pulls the tone down to the depths of hell with his steady hand and low register bass riffs. Finally, Harley “Rage” D’orazio kicks everything into overdrive possessed by grinding rhythms and accenting every solo on his drum kit.
Each member stands like a pillar; strong and sure in their own sound, but all standing to support the structure that is KREPITUS. They have since performed with acts like Expain, Depths of Hatred, and Aegaeon and have competed in the Wacken Metal Battle Canada.
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