Band from Colorado is quickly becoming a new staple for underground rock
With a bizzare sound fusing powerviolence punk, black metal, trance techno, and ambient music, Dethcentrik has begun setting a new level for experimentation, and a new standard for extreme music as a whole. The band began in 2009, and despite an unstable lineup, and only one live show, the band is fairing decently, and continues asserting their place in the underground rock community. Having never been supported well in their home town Dethcentrik began to reach out. Through podcasts, blogs, compilations, and internet radio Dethcentrik eventually started creating their dent in the punk, metal, and to a lesser extent the industrial music niches rather quickly for such a young act.
After only a year of existence as a band Dethcentrik had the means to released their first commercially available EP, Early Demos and Singles, in the summer of 2010, and recorded and released a second EP in October as a free download from their website. Shortly after re-releasing their debut EP at the end of October, Dethcentrik quickly began to gather more underground music following, and accumulating more critics and controversy as well. Dethcentrik continues to create and widely spread their off-brand of extreme music, and certainly appeals to a crowd wanting something never heard before. Dethcentrik never fails to experiment heavily enough to surprise even their longest running, most devout fans.