SOPHICIDE: New Album Streaming In Its Entirety At

In conjunction with its North American takeover next Tuesday, August 14, 2012, the metal ministers at Decibel are currently streaming SOPHICIDE‘s soul-crushing Perdition Of The Sublime full-length in its entirety! Called a “a stunner,” by No Clean Singing who championed the band noting their “high-powered, brilliant fretwork, jaw-dropping solos, thundering groove, and …. hellish brutality,” and commended by in a 4/5 rating for its “layered mini-epics packed with proficient acoustic guitars and ambient keyboards,”Perdition Of The Sublime was recorded, mixed and mastered by young founding songwriter Adam Laszlo at his home studio and features 11 cuts of truly extraordinary technical death metal viciousness.

Check out Perdition Of The Sublime at THIS LOCATION.

Formed as a one-man-project in 2009 by Laszlo, SOPHICIDE means “murder of wisdom” and serves as the central theme of Perdition Of The Sublime. The record will be released through Willowtip Records. Adam Laszlo is currently available for email and phone interviews. Inquire within…

SOPHICIDE combine lethal tech-death the likes of Obscura with epic riffs in the vein of All Shall Perish/Fleshgod Apocalypse combined with occasional melodic/progressive brilliance, reminiscent of Opeth… each instrument shines brilliantly in the mix and gels together cohesively. With such depth of sound, it’s hard to believe that this is a solo record because never at any point does this forty-four minuets of sonic ecstasy sound like it could be just one person.” – Hails & Horns

“…one of the most promising debuts I’ve ever heard, and a staggeringly high quality release…” — Powerline

“It’s hard to believe this is a debut album. It’s even harder to believe this was recorded, mixed, and mastered in Adam Laszlo’s home studio… The music is very technical. It’s almost mathematical. Therein lies the beauty. It’s heavy and very much in your face but the composition is intricate and multi-layered.” – This Is Not A Scene

“This album from start to finish is an extremely heavy dose of technical, punishing death metal with bits of melody and ambience thrown in just to flip you out.” – Maximum Metal