CHIMP SPANNER – Dark Age Of Technology (Official HD Audio – Basick Records) technology hd

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Progressive metal multi-instrumental virtuoso Paul Antonio Ortiz, aka Chimp Spanner, will be further raising the bar of the sonically epic with the release of his stunning new ‘All Roads Lead Here’ EP on 6 February 2012!

In addition to the CD and digital formats, a strictly limited edition clear transparent vinyl version will be available, with the exclusive addition of the ‘Supereroremix’ EP.

‘it’s clearly visible that Paul’s creativity and attention to detail pay off where others would simply slap together riffs, cross their fingers, and slack off…a brief lesson in style, care, and work-ethic to genre newcomers.’ 4/5 – Sputnik Music

‘Ortiz succeeds in creating a degree of tension within the recording, and keeping the listener for a prolonged time in a suspended groove’ 4/5 – One Metal

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Giver 999 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Well im late

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Gooner CestLaVie 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Très bien

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VectorGhost 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Warhammer 40 fucking K!!!!

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taLLdavid 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Amazing combination of djent and fusion / enignatic satriani solos. Hes awesome

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Francis Cyprus 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

This entire genre faded into obscurity. This sounds so late 2000's now 😀 I remember hearing this in 2011/2012 and I thought this was the 'future' of Heavy Metal….nope…..never happened….in fact this was the 'end' of Heavy Metal arguably! Heavy Metal never made it into the 2010's….it tried….with 8 string Tech Metal and Djent….but it never went anywhere…..it was just an underground phenomenon……plus…it got so complex that it's impossible to go anywhere after this…. 😀 I remember Meshuggah being quite popular and innovative in the late 2000's. Then came bands like Animals As Leaders and Blotted Science as well as many underground ones like Chimp Spanner. They were trying to take it to the next level….more complex, more layered, more polyrhythmic but also groove based….there was no next level…it never happend….It was just like when Thrash peaked in the mid 80's and then tried to go even further…..A few bands tried to create Prog Thrash….Watchtower, VoiVod and Toxik are a few that come to mind…although they were more advanced and complex than regular Thrash…it never took off….it was that one step too far…..the only difference was that back then….Heavy Metal just branched out into other genres like Death Metal, Groove Metal and Grunge that dominated the 90's…..in the 2010's due to the slump in creativity with electric guitar music…..there were no new genres to create….Heavy Metal began to decline after this…..without innovation and creativity you don't go anywhere……all we've seen are bands creating music that sounds dated…bands like Havok, Vektor, Holy Grail, Iron Reagan, Eternal Champion, Visigoth and many others….great bands, talented musicians, great songs but…nothing original. The 2010's have been a strange decade for Heavy Metal and Electric Guitar music….a decline decade…many of the old legends are retiring or gone and many more will retire in the 2020's….it's natural for any form of music to go through these stages…it's just that we are living it as it's happening right now! Have a nice day and Happy New Year 2019!

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Gyógy Balzsam 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

It gives me the feel of the 2000’s progressive jazz-metal sounds like PlanetX. I love this nostalgic, melodic theme with a deep metal groove.

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Nandy vj 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

@1:52 I swear I was levitating…

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tho4life 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

This is kinda boring

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Premier_Playthroughz 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Chimp is heavy but tasteful, one of the best hands down!!! Come on Mr. Ortiz make your fans another kick ass Cd again!!!!

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David Wallimann 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

I love this!!

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ChrisTK 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

that ending blew my fucking face off

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Dave Schere 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

I thought intelligent talented metal was dead before I listened to this.

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AliothSenator 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

2:24
Aw shit, sweet.

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MoonlapseVertigo 77 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

This sounds like Scar Symmetry without vocals, pretty cool.

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Lord Crull 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

I think of 40k's dark age of technology when I listen to this.

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Cidic Vicious 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Awesome song fur sure.

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Briezie Thirteen 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

This is one of my favorite jam tracks.I like the time sigs.

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tehlolercaust 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Well now I know that this dude likes Warhammer 40k.

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Stoudamire3 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Vnh!

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DeaFX 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

0:45 Fredrik Thordendal-epicstyle solo

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Commander McNash 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

"Kotov’s fragile consciousness plunged deeper and deeper, the gossamer-thin lifeline held by Magos Blaylock a tremulous thread in a firestorm of golden light. He saw systems flicker past his floodstream that were as alien to him as anything the most secretive xenotech might dream of in his fevered nightmares, and technological echoes of machines that surely predated the Imperium itself. Power generation that could harness the galactic background radiation to propel ships beyond lightspeed, weapon-tech that could crack open planets and event horizon machines that had the power to drag entire star systems into their light- and time-swallowing embrace. "

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Travis Turner 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

This just sounds like Sean Hall to me… 

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Jeff Guidry 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Sounds way too much like Liquid Tension Experiment

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Rebecca Dowling 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

This band kicks ass. 

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Eduardo Sanchez 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

For all of you arguing. Yes, this is obviously christian band so let's not get into a fist fight about it.

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Mr Dee 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Oh, i love when people uses the famous argument of uniqueness: Let's all kill and forbid DJent bands or DJent styles. Only 1 band has the right and that one would Meshuggah. I'm happy I can enjoy a variety of bands. Imagine only 1 band per style, wtf this people is smoking, urine?

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Void 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

fucking beautiful, basickrecords fucking rules!!

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OlafChujko 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Or have I just fucked up the tags on this one? :/ Gotta listen to the CD, oh noes!

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OlafChujko 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Yeah, all you yaping about djents and stuff, and nobody seems to notice this actually is ENGRAMS, not the DARK AGE OF TECHNOLOGY, which actually makes me cry, so I'll go away and wimp, just for a bit…

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theguymanish 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

your beautiful.

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Jack 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

DAT ANALOGY

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Sebastian Tinajero 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

I don't know how I do it but every now and then I just go to my record store and when I don't have a certain artist I'm looking for ill pick something up from the shelf and usually ill run into musical gems like this like today 🙂

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Andrew Brodsky 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

Back at ya bud 🙂

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FutureSequence 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

I always thought of instrumental metal as boring, gladly I've got myself to listen to Scale The Summit and now I love them and Animals As Leaders and Chimp Spannuh

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Modus Fauxnens 01/03/2022 - 4:34 Chiều

I do agree with you, and don't wish to start some horrid debacle, but just on a side note, no one every was 100% original, there certainly are some artists who made incredibly leaps, but one fantastically poetical aspect to music is that it is a continually evolving thing and that all musicians are influenced by what they here whilst they try to formulate their own style and approach

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