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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Pandemonium (4:25)
2. The Amendment of Germplasm (4:43)

Total Time 9:08

Line-up / Musicians

- Peter Lake / Guitars, Bass
- Patrik Sj÷berg / Drums
- Andreas Lyngmo / Vocals

Releases information

Single, Independent release, August 13th, 2015

First announced on their official Facebook page. Uploaded to iTunes, Google Play and Spotify for purchase and streaming.

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4 stars "Evolving Transhumanism" is a single release by Swedish technical/progressive death metal act Theory in Practice. The single was released independently in August 2015. It┤s the band┤s first release since "Colonizing the Sun" from 2002, as Theory in Practice went on a longer hiatus shortly after the release of that album. The lineup on this release consists of the Sj÷berg brothers, Peter on guitars and bass (appearing under his pseudonym Peter Lake) and Patrik on drums, and Andreas Lyngmo on vocals.

Stylistically the two tracks on the 9:08 minutes long single pretty much continue the technical/progressive death metal style of "Colonizing the Sun (2002)". In fact it┤s almost eerie how a band can be on hiatus for 13 years, and return sounding almost like they were never gone, but that┤s more or less the case here. The technical level of playing is astonishing to say the least, and there are several jaw-dropping moments of technical bliss throughout the release. In the case of Theory in Practice, the technical playing is a means to an end though, so there are no unnecessary technical noodling here. You get plenty of death metal brutality to accompany the furiously fast-paced technical riffs and rhythms. The vocals are an aggressive snarling, which suits the music perfectly instead of a deeper growling vocal style.

"Evolving Transhumanism" features a professional, clear, and powerful sound production, so upon conclusion it┤s a great comeback release by Theory in Practice. Fans of their earlier work should definitely pay attention here, and for technical/progressive death metal fans in general this is a worthwhile release too. A 4 star (80%) rating is deserved.

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