Catalysis: Innova-2022.

Catalysis:Groove Thrash Metal from United KIngdom.

Discography:

CodeineDemo2017 
Into the UnknownEP2017 
CatalysisEP2018 
Connection LostFull-length2020 
Relicta EPEP2021 
InnovaEP2022

Members:

Calum RennieDrums (2016-present)
Drew CochraneGuitars (lead) (2016-present)
See also: ex-Excellent Cadaver, ex-Morlich, Overdose
Colin MacGregorBass, Vocals (2017-2020), Vocals (2020-present)
See also: ex-Dirty Judas, ex-Dissolved
Sean RamsonGuitars (rhythm) (2017-present)
See also: ex-Excellent Cadaver
Pablo EdwardsBass (2021-present)
See also: ex-Houdini Said No

Past Members:

Steven AlexanderBass (2016-2017)
Paul HudsonGuitars (lead) (2016-2017)
See also: ex-Excellent Cadaver
Sam FieldVocals (2016-2018)
See also: Foulboi, ex-Black Blood
Big KenBass (2020-2021)
1.Before the Fall04:44 
2.Shadow Parasite04:43 
3.Arise, Alive03:59 
4.Echo Chamber04:27 
5.Death Grip05:08 
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One thought on “Catalysis: Innova-2022.

  1. EP Review: Catalysis – Innova (Self Released)
    26/06/2022 Carl Fisher
    Dundee, Scotland based metal band Catalysis are back with a brand-new EP called ‘Innova’. This EP follows on from 3 studio EPs; ‘Into the Unknown’ (2017), ‘Catalysis’ (2018) and Relicta (2021), as well as their debut full-length album ‘Connection Lost’ (2020). It will be released on July 2nd, 2022.
    Starting off hot, Catalysis arrive on this EP with some stompy groove and death infused metal in the form of the thrilling Before the Fall. An immediate showcase of what this band are good at, it’s got a meaty sound that makes you gnash your teeth through sheer head-banging joy.

    That’s just the start and things get faster and heavier with Shadow Parasite, Catalysis digging deeper into their death metal playbook.

    Before Arise, Alive delivers a riff showcase and a smash-mouth amount of growl in the vocals, and Echo Chamber combines the stompy groove that makes Catalysis such a kick-ass band with some cool sounding melodic guitar parts.

    They’ve nailed it again with Innova and the cherry on top is the fierce pit-creating finale of Death Grip. One more punchy and pounding blast of heaviness that compels an excessive amount of head-banging out of the listener.

    gbhbl.com

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