Origin: Australia
Genres: Death Metal

Stargazer  


These Australians have been around a few years, recording the odd 7" and split album before finally debuting with a full-length album in 2005, many of the songs written years before. The Scream That Tore The Sky is chock full of jumpy, chaotic riffing, the band rarely sticking with one riff for more than a few seconds. This makes for an exhaustive listen, and the everchanging riffs leads to songs tending to run together, but this is quality technical death metal, done with amazing precision and style. The vocals vary between blackened rasps (the predominant style) and death growls, suitably vicious without being overbearing. Their complexity might limit their mainstream appeal, but fans into technical death metal will find plenty to enjoy here.

Current Members

The Serpent Inquisitor

guitars/vocals

The Great Righteous Destroyer

bass/vocals

The Zelator

drums

Former Members/Guests

Phoenix Chrysalis

drums


Discography



(MCD) Harbinger (split w/ Invocation) 
1999 Dies Irae
  1. Conquer / Perennial Fire
  2. Totalitarian Worm Holes
  3. Lust in Pyramis
  4. Conspirators Wind
  5. Interrestrial Black Twilights
  6. Abstract Flames Burn White Invocation (Aus)
  7. Draeconis
  8. Rebirth of Chaos
  9. Divert Divination
  10. Homage Eternal
  11. Death shall Awaken...
  • The Serpent Inquisitor
  • The Great Righteous Destroyer
  • Phoenix Chrysalis




The Scream That Tore The Sky 
2005 Agonia
  1. ... Of The Sun
  2. The Scream That Tore the Sky
  3. One Will Always Feast
  4. Insomniate Vortex
  5. Harbringer
  6. Ye Olde Magicks
  7. Pale Brethren
  8. Tongues
  9. Scribe to the Forsaken Mother
  10. Viral Spears and Shades of Moonskin
  11. All That Is ...
  • The Serpent Inquisitor
  • The Great Righteous Destroyer
  • Phoenix Chrysalis

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos  Metal Observer 

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