DEPHOSPHORUS "Impossible Orbits" CD/digital out now!

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Impossible Orbits review @ rocking.gr


“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.”


Out now: “Impossible Orbits” CD/digital, “Tower” t-shirt press!

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“Rational Reappraisal”: first excerpt from new album “Impossible Orbits” streaming now!

Dear friends,

the time has come to give you a first taste from our forthcoming new album “Impossible Orbits”!

The CD and cassette versions will be released in June, courtesy of Selfmadegod Records. The digital version will be available exclusively via our Bandcamp page. The artwork has been designed by comrades Viral Graphics.

A vinyl version will also be produced (of corpse!) but will follow later.

So, ladies and gentlemen without further ado, “Rational Reappraisal”! Spread the word!


“Dagger” T-shirt out now!

Dagger design

Dagger design by Viral Graphics

You can now order our new T-shirt sporting Viral Graphics’ Dagger design from “Ravenous Solemnity” inner gatefold sleeve!

It’s printed on Fruit of the Loom Heavy Cotton HD shirts, black ink on white shirt. This high quality print has been done in the U.S.A. by Nightgaunt Graphics and it’s available on all sizes.

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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