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Ostilità siderale: interview @ metalitalia.com

http://metalitalia.com/intervista/dephosphorus-ostilita-siderale/


R.S. review @ The Grind That Annoys

Ravenous Solemnity shouldn’t be slept on. It’s another album that unequivocally raises the bar for grind in 2014.


R.S. review @ noizzzmaker

http://noizzzmaker.wordpress.com/2014/04/01/dephosphorus-ravenous-solemnity-2014/


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CVLT Nation interviews: Dialogue with Dephosphorus

CVLT Nation Interviews: Dialogue with Dephosphorus


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“Ravenous Solemnity” review @ rockfreaks.net

"Ravenous Solemnity" review @ rockfreaks.net


Review and 4-page feature at Metal Hammer Greece#351 (March 2014)

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R.S. review @ We Must Obey

R.S. review @ We Must Obey


R.S. review @ antblog (Italian)

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Great R.S. video review from JGCSOUND!


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R.S. review @ STEREOGUM (The Black Market: The Month In Metal – February 2014)

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Sidereal Hostility… An impressively deep dive into R.S., courtesy of longtime supporters CVLT Nation and excellent comrade Ivo Oates!

Sidereal Hostility… DEPHOSPHORUS – RAVENOUS SOLEMNITY In-Depth Review


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Another cool write-up about R.S., courtesy of Lastrites!

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Great R.S. review @ Meat Mead Metal!

Ravenous Solemnity review @ metameadmetal


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DEPHOSPHORUS “Ravenous Solemnity” review @ rocking.gr

DEPHOSPHORUS "Ravenous Solemnity" review @ rocking.gr


The first batch of “R.S.” reviews [UPDATED]

update#6: @ Cvlt Nation

(…) Ravenous Solemnity is their third LP and indeed the longest to date. At this time the Greek three-piece have a virtually unshakable foundation weaved into their sound which allows them to reveal more of what their capable of, in longer form, with great confidence that what they take the time to cull and reap in their celestial navigation is devastating.  (…)

update#5: @ Lastrites

(…) This is definitely a more cerebral affair than an average death/black/grind fan will be able to tolerate. Tracks often only take shape in the twilight of the running time, only to suddenly end without notice (the title track being a notable example). The lyrics are often obtuse or conceptually indecipherable. There are reliable elements of genres scattered about, but Dephosphorus is pretty keen to let listeners sort that out on their own as they explore the spaces they’ve crafted. It ends up being more than interesting and deserving of the curious ear. Straight-laced types should probably look elsewhere.

update#4: @ Meat Mead Metal

 (…) Dephosphorus sure make outer space and grinding through the cosmos a pretty damn good time, and they certainly seem like a band that is capable of just about anything. They do so many things so well, and they always figure out a way to make all of those volatile parts work together. “Ravenous Solemnity” is a mind-blower of a record that proves this band fears no borders or lands unexplored, and once they get there and plant their flag in those regions, they are going to dominate everything.

update#3: @ rocking.gr

(…) Πιο μεγάλο, πιο τεχνικό, πιο χαοτικό και πιο μεγαλοπρεπές από οτιδήποτε έχουν κάνει οι Dephosphorus μέχρι σήμερα, το “Ravenous Solemnity” είναι ένα μνημείο που θα το θυμόμαστε για χρόνια. (…)

update#2: @Krach und so …

update#1: @ The Elementary Revolt

(…) I must admit that has exceeded highest expectations, I am completely blown away. They manage to carry even further and majestically their sound, pushing boundaries with a urgent sense of unpredictability. (…)

@ Invisible Oranges

(…) You just feel the brainstem-level jolt. It’s smart material deployed to caveman ends. (…)

@ Heavy Blog Is Heavy

(…) Despite its near-colossal length though, Ravenous Solemnity is a mind-bending experiment in the strange and maddening depths of forward-thinking extreme metal fusion. (…)

@ Slackerblud

(…) Τα φωνητικά έχουν αλλάξει. Αυτό προσέχεις με τη μία. Η ευθύτητα αυξάνει κατακόρυφα. Χτυπάει στομάχι καλύτερα έτσι. Ενοχλεί. Η φάση με δαύτους ήταν ότι, παρότι οι κιθάρες ζύγιζαν και ζυγίζουν περί τα διακόσια κιλά, δεν καταλάβαινα ποτέ metal στον ήχο τους. Πάντα μου τα ‘σκαγε ωμή ειλικρίνεια. Έτσι κι εδώ. Μόνο που έχει παίξει τρελή εξέλιξη αυτή τη φορά. Ρε, μιλάμε για μνημειώδες έργο που δε χορταίνω ν΄ ακούω. Σημαντικό. Και σε φάση, ακούω indie ρε. Μέχρι Crust, D-Beat στη χειρότερη. Εντάξει, βρίσκονται τα τελευταία δύο είδη στο πόνημα. Σε γερές δόσεις. (…)

@ Rock Hard Greece


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“Ravenous Solemnity” exclusive stream @ Invisible Oranges!

“Ravenous Solemnity” streaming now @ http://www.invisibleoranges.com/2014/02/album-debut-dephosphorus-ravenous-solemnity/


Interview @ svartkorruption

Brand new interview in Greek!


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Good Reads: Intergalactic Planetary, Planetary Intergalactic a.k.a. Dephosphorus vs. Philip K.Dick [via Grind&Punishment]

Good Reads: Intergalactic Planetary, Planetary Intergalactic


3-page feature @ Metal Daze

Those of you who understand spanish should get their copy of Metal Daze magazine issue#4 (March 2013) right about now! It features a comprehensive 3-page feature with Dephosphorus.

The interview has been conducted by longtime supporter Mart Le Die from Modreg Records. All hails to him and to Walter, the mag’s chief editor!

Dephosphorus @ Metal Daze feature

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“Night Sky Transform” review @ Braindead Zine

(…) Maybe I’m just saying this because of the country that they’re from, but on some level I can’t help but think of a slightly crusty, metalcore influenced grind version of Dead Congregation because of their tri-tone heavy riffs. That’s not a very accurate comparison, but in all honesty I’m stumped as to what bands to really compare this to. Perhaps I would describe it as an incredibly evil version of something like Human Remains (though that’s a stretch) mixed with Dead Congregation, Ulcerate and something like His Hero is Gone or From Ashes Rise. All in all, a damned fine album! (…)

DEPHOSPHORUS "Night Sky Transform" review @ Braindead Zine


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CVLT Nation Artist to Artist Interview Series: Vuyvr Vs. Dephosphorus

CVLT Nation  Artist to Artist Interview Series Vuyvr Vs. Dephosphorus


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CVLT Nation’s Artist to Artist Interview Series Dephosphorus Vs Vuyvr

CVLT Nation’s  Artist to Artist Interview Series Dephosphorus Vs Vuyvr


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N.S.T. review @ OX#105

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N.S.T. @ rockap.gr’s top 10 best albums for 2012

Rockap.gr: Tα καλύτερα albums του 2012


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