Tech-Death Dynamos OWDWYR Release Drum and Bass Playthrough Videos

Tech-Death Dynamos OWDWYR has released two play-through videos for tracks from the recently released, critically acclaimed debut album, Receptor. A drum play-through video, featuring Alex Cohen performing “Ripped from the Bog,” and Bassist Chris Williams performing on the playthrough video for “Lagos”

OWDWYR, an extreme metal convergence of Tech Death, Prog, and Grind framed around a Classical core, released Receptor on

October 20. The album is available on CD, vinyl, and digital formats.

Receptor features appearances by some of the most skilled and crushing musicians in modern metal, including Navene Koperweis (Entheos, ex-Animals as Leaders), Kenny Grohowski (Imperial Triumphant, John Zorn), Kevin Paradis (Ne Obliviscaris, Benighted), Alex Cohen (Contrarian, ex-Pyrrhon), and many more. With blistering blastbeats, intricate harmonic counterpoint, and ferocious vocals, OWDWYR has crafted a dynamic musical experience that demands attention and never relents.

Track Listing:

1. Praefatio

2. The Liminal Carapace

3. Ripped from The Bog

4. Stench of Indemnity [Visualizer Video]

5. Lagos [Official Video]

6. Ein [Official Video]

7. Writhe

8. Supplicant

9. Reverie

10. Cower

11. A Vessel Emerges

12 Not Afraid

13. Pitchtongue Vesper

14. Catalyst Sequence

15. The Sputtering Torch



Band Members:

Paul Plumeri Jr. – Guitars, Composition, and Programming

Chris Williams – Bass

Max Lichtman – Vocals and Lyrics

Additional Performances:

Kenny Grohowski – Drums on The Liminal Carapace, Lagos, Reverie, Supplicant, A Vessel Emerges, Pitchtongue Vesper

Navene Koperweis – Drums on Stench of Indemnity, Catalyst Sequence, Cower

Kevin Paradis – Drums on Ein, Not Afraid, The Sputtering Torch

Alex Cohen – Drums on Ripped from the Bog, Writhe, A Vessel Emerges

Frank Albanese – Additional vocals on Cower, A Vessel Emerges

Ed RosenBerg III – Saxophone on Lagos, Cower

Sydney Kjerstad – Piano on Ein


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