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“It’s a much more direct record than our previous effort with New Catastrophism”


Experimental metal outfit Locrian are counting down the days until the release of their new album End Terrain on April 5.

Officially endorsed as the proper follow-up to 2015’s Infinite Dissolution, End Terrain sees Locrian return to the sounds that defined the earlier part of their music, more experimental and forthright than previous album New Catastrophism while still managing to weave a common thread of musicality that is the band’s lifeblood.

More complex and layered than ever before, Locrian have struck a powerful balance between metal genres, creating a sonic tapestry of epic proportions that encompasses the band’s continued growth.

HEAVY recently spoke with André Foisy (electric, 12-string, acoustic guitars), Terence Hannum (synthesizers, vocals, tape loops) and Steven Hess (drums, electronics) recently, reflecting on their evolution as songwriters, their experimentation with different sounds and effects, and their approach to creating new music, emphasizing their experimental and collaborative process. The band members also discussed their influences from genres like death metal and thrash, and how they incorporate these elements into their music to create a cohesive body of work that blends different styles.

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