Already been described as ‘The new saviours of melodic death metal’ is non other than Aphyxion!
Since the band was formed in 2007, all members between 13 and 14 years old, the band has gone through a huge development. The young boys has managed to perform at prestigious festivals like Wacken Open Air – as the youngest band ever to play there – Smukfest and Copenhell just to mention a few. They’ve done massive tours around Europe before turning 18 years old, and supported bands like Soilwork, Soulfly and Hatebreed. Before they turned 20, they had already played 200 shows.
From Aphyxion’s latest album ‘Void’ comes the single ‘Sleepwalkers’, watch the music video below!
The first full length, Earth Entangled, is produced, mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Aborted, Epica) and APHYXION’s own guitarist, Jonas Haagensen. A good cooperation during the recordings secured and tight and powerful sound on the album, which was received very well both domestically and internationally. After the release, the editor of Metal Hammer UK called out APHYXION to be “… the new saviours of melodic death metal – one of the most promising bands in Europe!”
The newest album, Aftermath, was released in december 2016 and marked a new era for APHYXION. The album reflected a bigger and more modern sound from the young boys, and was quickly chosen as “Album of the Week” by Metal Hammer Germany, while Metal Hammer UK pointed it out as a contestant for “Album of the Year”.
check out the music video for ‘Destined To Fail’ below!
On the Danish market, it was nominated as “Metal album of the Year” at both the High Voltage Rock Awards and Gaffa Awards. After only 30 days, APHYXION broke the record for a Danish metal band with a staggering 500.000 streams. Today, they have more than 1.500.000 streams and made a new milestone as they supported Metallica in 2017 in front of 16.000 people at a sold out show in the Royal Arena.
Let’s see what Aphyxion has to say about Vocalzone!
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