LECHEROUS NOCTURNE, Decibel Magazine launch premiere of “Psionics”

Check out the newest track from the upcoming “Occultaclysmic”


LECHEROUS NOCTURNE have unleashed “Psionics,” the latest track from their new album Occultaclysmic.

Lyrically, the three-and-a-half minute onslaught that is “Psionics” examines the ever-tightening grip technology holds on society’s throat. Vocalist Josh Crouse comments:

“‘Psionics’ is a track that will stir up the inner conspiracy theorist for some people. To us, it’s a reflection on the likelihood that either our government, the media, or some other powerful entity, is utilizing modern technology as a form of control. Technology has become an addiction in many forms, and this track lyrically expresses interest in the circumstance of a modern day MKUltra. Just as the technological society has grown at an explosive pace, so does this track from beginning to end. The punishing chaos of the instrumentation ultimately leads to a spine chilling harmony at the pinnacle of the track, only to fall back into the chaotic storm that carries the song through. This track is sure to get the adrenaline pumping and will set some expectation of what to anticipate in ‘Occultaclysmic.'”

Decibel Magazine is now streaming “Psionics” at this location.

Willowtip Records will release Occultaclysmic on CD, digital and very limited vinyl on April 6. Pre-order Occultaclysmic at the following locations:



“Nine songs use angular riffs, a rhythm section that seems intent on playing their instruments into the dust and an ear for brutality, Occultaclysmic could very well be one of the year’s best technical death metal records.” – Decibel Magazine

Since their debut in 1997, LECHEROUS NOCTURNE have pushed the boundaries of death metal to extreme limits and even crossed the threshold through the blackened spectrum, abolishing any limitations some may confine to most technical subgenres. Conventional song structures and solos are void in their songwriting, with only the drive of leaving a ferocious trail of technical viciousness in their wake. The strength of their self-titled E.P. landed the band a two album deal with Unique Leader Records, which was followed by a series of nationwide tours with the biggest names in the genre. After touring on Behold Almighty Doctrine, the group inked a deal with Willowtip Records for the release of Occultaclysmic. Occultaclysmic was engineered by Jarrett Pritchard.







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