Tag Archive: metal


TCP does a cover?! What of I hear thee say??? Why Brian McCreary’s masterpiece, Prelude to War of course! Not any song gets the attention of my mighty musical organ (wait, is Tharg telepathically speaking through me?). Anyway, here it is, enjoy!

New Song, Simulation

New song, Simulation, off the forthcoming album Sellout, check it out. Special shout out to my bro who mixed it.

The Cassini Projekt on TV

Hey everyone, I’m going to be on TV…again!, Friday 29th at 9:40 pm on channel 191 (Truth Music Directory), that’s on Sky TV

Hey, check out the new music video for Infernalis

Latest review for Blind Vision, from Behind the Veil, Greece’s premier rock and metal e-zine.

The CASSINI PROJEKT has some really beautiful moments in their songs and a really beautiful cover!! The best songs are “Cold Stare” and “Blind Vision”. Their album can be downloaded for free from their site. All the instruments except for the bass parts have been played from one man. So this is a considerable effort for just one man (the production of the album is also good for an independent release). In conclusion this is an album which combines many rock subgenres and has some really beautiful moments.

(by Ioannis Kaskamanidis, Behind the Veil Webzine)

Prepare…for Filler!

The latest album by Projekt, Filler, is an ode to the different genres of the 90s. Incorporating styles associated with doom metal, death metal and progressive rock, it also draws upon rap, punk, electronica, dance rock, and grunge.

Filler can now be heard on SoundCloud (http://soundcloud.com/the-cassini-projekt/sets/filler-c-2012) and Grooveshark (http://grooveshark.com/#!/album/Filler/7525942) and will be available for free download in March. A promotional video for “Citadel of Sorrow”, a track from Filler, can be viewed at http://youtu.be/wL5A88cuxwY.

Lyrically fixated with world war, the psychology of imperialists, the apocalypse, alienation from the universe and political corruption, this album is not for the timid though there are moments of relief from the sense of doom which pervades throughout. Metallica’s And Justice For All was a significant influence on the more politically slanted songs, which provide a relentlessly sustained and ferocious attack on political and financial elites. Lyrical abstraction also plays a part with references to the Monty Hall Paradox, the nature of consciousness, universal axioms and human evolution. Ultimately the album seeks to convey an overall message which is at once despairing yet thoroughly enraged, aware of the futility of one’s situation yet charged with the energy of furious defiance. Forged from the furnace of agitated creation and crafted into searing fusion of disparate musical styles and lyrical themes, Filler is intended as a piece which questions and subverts the culture and world around it.