I found myself interested in Vektor after discovering their studio albums late in 2011. Essentially an extreme speed metal band that at times reminds me of a souped up Destruction (although their visual imagery is clearly patterned off Voivod), Vektor demonstrates great technical ability and knowledge, but more importantly writes coherent and well structured songs that allow them to effectively use their prowess to explore interesting musical ideas and to illustrate science fiction/dystopian themes. “Ultimate Artificer”, off the upcoming Terminal Redux, tends to favor the melodic and consonant side of the band’s work. It is still representative of their overall sound, and certainly should be of value to anyone interested in this genre or Vektor’s overall themes. Terminal Redux is currently scheduled for release on March 11th, 2016.
Tags: 2016, Speed Metal, terminal redux, ultimate artificer, vektor
3 thoughts on “Vektor releases new track from upcoming full-length”
Nice that they dropped the Destruction worship.
But yet repeat with the Voivod worship. This band should call it quits.
Sounds great. Vektor keep improving.
I wish Voi Vod sounded like this.
Good speed / thrash metal.
I never got around yet to buying the Outer Isolation vinyl.
Way too many bands these days and Not enough money.
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