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Ouroboros / Press

“Brutally captivating...”

“Ouroboros are one of the finest death metal bands in this country at the present time.”

“I am convinced that these guys will settle for no less than perfection in their music, something I admire quite a lot.”

"A new benchmark for death metal production..."

“Their songs were beautifully crafted pieces of death metal that put me in mind of bands such as DECAPITATED, NECROPHAGIST and VADER.”

“Ouroboros released their new video clip for Sanctuary last week. It’s quite possibly the best video done by a local band ever!”

“Another very impressive aspect to Ouroboros' musicianship is the combination of catchy, melodic riffing and highly technical drumming.”

“Are you into oldschool death or thrash and not so much into modern metal? Try this album, perhaps Ouroboros will be able to convince you that there are albums out there with a release date after 1995 that are worth listening to. If you are in fact into modern, brutal, progressive and technical (death)metal? Well, then you will feel right at home with these Aussies as well.”

“Evgeny's full, throaty howl full of rasps and grunts is killer and compliments the chaos of the music perfectly. Added to the foreboding mix are the evil and intelligent lyrics.”

“Unlike many other Australian bands that support heavyweight metal acts, Sydney-based Ouroboros came within millimeters of outweighing their international counterparts.”

“Local metal stalwarts Ouroboros was the only band on tonight's bill with no hint of pretension. They arrived on stage, churned out a heavy mix of tech death and thrash (featuring definite overtones courtesy of the night's headliners) and left. That's how you open a bill.”

Mark Hebblewhite - Drum Media

“The sound production keeps everything in balance and the melody co-exists with the fast Death Metal aggression without the usual overlapping that makes everything sounding like noise”

“From a production standpoint, Glorification of a Myth is dynamic and gives every instrument room to breathe”

“If the opening riff to “Sanctuary” or the majority of “Lashing Of The Flames” doesn’t just get your tech-blood pumping, I don’t know what will. ”

“The astounding “Panacea,” a triumphant Metal track that covers technical riffing without the genre’s tacked-on pretension, is perhaps the most vigorous track for its even usage of melody, aggression, and top-notch instrumentation, though, I hesitate to deem it the best as gargantuan riff-fests in the form of “Edifice of Tyranny” and “Animal, Man…Machine” hold stake as the most impressive and memorable. ”

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