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“Really good job guys!”

Steeve Hurdle (Gorguts, Negativa) - Homo Divisus (promo)

“To me personally, this type of death metal, whoever it is reminiscent of, is for true explorers loving their musical safari to be teemed with abrupt turns and unexpected falls into the unknown. It's like kayaking with the precipitous currents of a frantic river… you never know what to expect around the next bend: an unsteady joyless growl flowing into a maelstrom of thumping bass hammers and screaming solos or a torturous cascade of chaotic drum beats and slashing riffs. The intricate plot of the musical adventure unravels, thickens, quickens, and becomes slower if needed virtually every other ten seconds, electrifying the listener's auditory capacitors full stop and then some. However, it's not all about intensity and ravage. There are some opportune breaks thrown in here or there that act like a good sedative for your pierced ear-drums allowing them a few moments of relief to get ready for the next storming assault.”

CENOTAPH - "Treehouse Of Death" - HOMO DIVISUS (album - Sound Age Productions)

“Songs have this fascinating touch which makes the music stay interesting, something where many others in this specific genre fail. ...This is real quality for sure!!”

Marcel - VAMPIRE MAGAZINE - Deathbringer - Homo Divisus (promo)

“We're in front to the new techno death metal gods with great creative spirit and fresh death tunes inside your minds, very innovative stuff...”

“I believe the band had found the perfect combination of the progressive metal with the death metal or they have found the death metal side of progressive music...”

Antonis Maglaras - Power Play Records - Deathbringer - Homo Divisus