EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE: Beyond Creation – “Surface’s Echo”

Renowned Technical Death Metal band Beyond Creation has shared its new music video, ‘Surface’s Echoes’, exclusively at Ghost Cult! The clip and the song comes from their exceptional and brutal 2018 album, Algorythm (Season of Mist), which was nominated for a JUNO-Award (Canadian Grammy) and was awarded the Independent Music Award for “Best Metal/Hardcore Album. Check out this video right now! Continue reading

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REVIEW: Beyond Creation – Fallujah –  Arkaik – and Equipoise: Live at The Sanctuary, Detroit MI

The bright blue paint job on The Sanctuary makes it the most inviting building on Cardiff Street. Nestled in the middle of Hamtramck, a pint-sized town in Detroit, The Sanctuary is actually one of the most inviting music venues in the whole city. The Canadian Death Metal act, Beyond Creation brought their proggy and technical goodness to Ham Town earlier this week. It was the second to last gig on a month-long tour with Fallujah, Arkaik, and Equipoise. The band has been promoting their most recent full-length album, Algorythm (Season of Mist) on this run and hearing it played in full made for a perfect Metal Monday. Continue reading

Beyond Creation Books North American Headline Tour

Technical Death Metal masters Beyond Creation have booked a headline tour of North America. Direct support will come from Fallujah, Arkiak, and Equipoise. The tour takes place on September 20 in Chicago, IL and will conclude on October 22 in Lexington, KY. Ticket links will be available soon. All tour dates can be found below. The band have won the Independent Music Award in the Best Metal/Hardcore Album category for their 2018 release, Algorythm. The album was also nominated for a JUNO-Award (Canadian Grammy) earlier this year. Continue reading

Beyond Creation – Algorythm

As Technical Death Metal begins its third decade as a subgenre, the stakes for success have never been higher. Legends like Cannibal Corpse, Gorguts, Suffocation, Cryptopsy, Obscura, Dying Fetus, Immolation and more continue to churn out incredible releases every few years and still slay. New bands, buoyed by modern technology, scale new heights of musical proficiency. They write brain-exploding songs all the time. Hell, there are guys and gals on YouTube just shredding all the time on originals, covers, and playthroughs. But the question we have is can anyone write a truly memorable song anymore? Continue reading