Lily Randall of SoundShock.com conducted an interview with John Longstreth (drums) and Jason Keyser (vocals) of American death metallers ORIGIN on February 24 at The Underworld in London, England. You can now watch the chat below.
ORIGIN's latest album, "Entity", was released last June via Nuclear Blast Records.
One of the most intense and technical forces of the contemporary death metal world, ORIGIN has returned to stake its claim as the leader of metal's new wave of extremity with its fifth studio effort. As expected, the death grind trio of Mike Flores (bass, vocals), Paul Ryan (guitar, vocals) and John Longstreth (drums) continues to churn out frantic, hell-paced grids of metal torment, but now further complements the arrangements with a newfound propensity for churning grooves and the hook-laden approach that first reared its ugly, but accessible head on the band's 2007 offering, "Antithesis". The band once again returned to Chapman Recording Studios in Lenexa, Kansas to work with longtime engineer and friend Robert Rebeck.
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