Celestial Mechanics

by Conscript

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Three extremely metal tracks from Northamptonshire.

Vocal tracking and mastering by Peter Gardner at Collision Studios
Instrumentals processed, mixed and mastered by Ivy at Death Culture Studios
Artwork by Corinne Elyse
Conscript logo by Christophe Szpajdel

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Been a long while waiting for the release but it was worth the wait. Conscript are pretty much a modern day Heaven Shall Burn. -INVICTA MAGAZINE

Conscript is a one man melodic death metal band from the UK and recently released their debut EP Celestial Mechanics which is three tracks of some truly amazing, high energy metal. While melodic death metal is a large piece of the puzzle the way thrash, brutal death and symphonic metal are incorporated makes this EP instantly engaging and throughly addictive. - NINE CIRCLES

The lightning quick musicianship is certainly enough to make this EP an entirely entertaining listening experience all on their own, but with the addition of the symphonic elements you ultimately get a sound that is completely massive and even more memorable. - CADAVER GARDEN

The “Celestial Mechanics” EP by Northamptonshire / UK act Conscript is stickered as 'Melodic Death Metal' but frankly, there is much more going on as the title track reveals; This one collects the sounds of Progressive, Symphonic and Atmospheric DeathMetal over a mid-tempo with a faster, double-bass drummed drive. - MANIC MOSH MAGAZINE

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released February 10, 2017

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