Anthrocene | Celestial Steel: The Cursed Black Blade

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Celestial Steel: The Cursed Black Blade

by Anthrocene

Humanity's last hope to extinguish the wrath of the Immolator.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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Hailing from Seattle, Anthrocene (an·thrō: human, of a human being; sēn: geologic time period) has accumulated a sonic arsenal that draws elements from wide-ranging influences across many metal subgenres, while maintaining a consistent sound and style. Anthrocene performances take listeners on a journey spanning from blackened thrash bangers to neo-classical power metal anthems to melodeath breakdowns. In support of this musical variety, the lyrical content draws from a cautionary world created by singer Boris Sagal, featuring cosmic perils, nihilistic lumberjacks, Slavic oligarchs, space travel, and mole people.

They are ready to take the metal world by storm with the release of their debut album Nucleation. Nucleation is a concept album telling the story of a self-inflicted global conflagration, exploring themes of survival, loss, and transcendence with a sardonic sense of humor. Anthrocene teamed up with Aaron Smith (Jeff Loomis, 7 Horns 7 Eyes, Ghostship Octavius) for mixing, and Caspian Priebe to create a lyrical comic book that accompanies the musical experience.

Anthrocene is Jesse Mazur, Boris Sagal, Danny Tormoen, Matt Ward, and Keith Wyss.



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