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AUTOCATALYTICA is a Brooklyn and Boston based extreme metal band who mixes progressive metal with grindcore/mathcore and avant-garde music. The band is comprised of Eric THORFINNSON on guitar and vocals, Elijah MELANSON on guitar, Shaun BEACHAM on bass and Emmett "Daniels" Ceglia on drums.

The band released their early demos on December 25th, 2010 which was followed by their debut EP "Horror Vacui" on April 3rd, 2012. Their music is comprised of a diverse collage of influences like MESHUGGAH, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, OPETH and many others. Recommended for fans of avant-garde extreme metal.

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Autocatalytica Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

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5 stars Math-grindcore, eh? Well, it's loud, it's fast, it's complex, the vocalists combine the worst and/or best of death and black metal growls, doesn't sound too close to the rest of metalcore, I once again have to mention how your friend's tech death garage band isn't as mathy as this... and there's also room for lulls and quieter run ups. Works for me. The vocals, by their very nature, are terrible, but more listenable than Johnny Rotten, so go team. Otherwise, the guitars and drums are flawless, with the former grinding, soloing, and paeaning all by turns, and always excellently. Aside from the loud, angry, demonic eruptions of mathgrind power, there are, yes, calmer sections and even calmer openings. It's spectacular. This even at one point, "Russian Pharmaceuticals", results in good vocals that take a step back from lung imploding screaming. That track and "Thunder Squirrel" stand as the titans on this album. Pretty unique and great, I've rounded up a 4.5 for this neat piece of metal.
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