Get Your Sci-Fi Death Metal on with Wormed’s “Computronium Pulsar Nanarchy”

Photo courtesy of Season of Mist Science fiction and heavy metal have made a deliriously happy couple for nearly fifty years. One of the earliest fruits of their relationship was Sabbath’s iconic “Iron Man,” recorded in 1970 for the band’s Paranoid album. In the 80s, Canadian thrash masters Voivod took up the sci-fi mantle on a permanent basis, cranking out intricately futuristic records with names like Killing Technology, Dimension Hatröss, and Rrröööaaarrr.  In the 90s, LA industrialists Fear Factory took the sci-fi torch into new electronically enhanced territory with albums like Soul Of A New Machine, Demanufacture, and Obsolete. As metal got more extreme, its investment in sci-fi seemed to wane when compared to the tried-and-true lyrical themes of Satanism, horror and mythology. Enter Wormed, the ultra-technical Spanish death metal band…


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