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“Impossible Orbits” review and Dephosphorus interview at latest issue#391 (7/17) of METAL HAMMER GREECE


Another fantastic review in French, courtesy of Metalnews!

<<< It is impossible not to be impressed by this third demonstration of strength of the Greeks, which indeed seems to be the most intense and convincing of their career. >>>


Impossible Orbits review @ Thrashocore (french)

<<<Avant Impossible Orbits, Dephosphorus était surtout pour moi le groupe principal d’un membre d’une formation injustement boudée à l’époque de la seule sortie à son actif : Amnis Nihili, créatrice de l’excellent EP Christological Escalation réconciliant black metal orthodoxe et punk. Certainement, le projet-maître avait déjà eu un petit succès avec ses deux précédents albums – Night Sky Transform et Ravenous Solemnity (apprécié à l’époque par FleshOvSatan) – ainsi que ses splits avec Wake ou encore Great Falls, mais son « Astrogrind » (comme il l’appelle) me passait à chaque fois au-dessus, ne trouvant pas les autres instruments à la hauteur de la voix de Panos Agoros. Mais ça, c’était avant.

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Impossible Orbits review @ rocking.gr


“Impossible Orbits” mini-review @ Dark Pulse + a cool Greek scene report!

“The lyric line “Existential anxiety, a noose around the neck” screamed in the song “Stardust”, plainly describes the emotional backbone of Dephosphorus new album “Impossible Orbits”, that was released in mid June. Relentless drumming, bold riffs and schizophrenic vocals that terrorize the peasants. Crusty grind for endless headbanging that repels the decay of everyday life and the cursed sun of the “most beautiful country in the world”. Great album.”


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“Impossible Orbits” review @ Toilet Ov Hell


“Impossible Orbits” review at Metal Injection!

” (…) So where does the “astrogrind” thing fit in? Why even bother to coin such a term? There is a space-y, otherworldly, extradimensional feel to the band. Like there’s some sort of space opera being woven within our ears. It’s not psychedelic thing though. After you hear it, it makes sense, but on paper it’s difficult to describe. Dephosphorus weave some intricate and incredible tracks. (…) This is next level grind.”