Posts Tagged ‘Pyrrhon’

Interview with Pyrrhon

Back in 2011, New York’s Pyrrhon released their debut album, An Excellent Servant But A Terrible Master on Selfmadegod Records. It was a noisy discordant death metal/grindcore record, but more importantly it featured a good friend and former co scribe from my days, Doug Moore. I had every intention of reviewing the album and also interviewing Doug for this site, but alas I never followed through. A full 3 years later and look at Pyrrhon now! All signed to Relapse Records and shit and releasing one of 2014’s early stellar releases on The Mother Of Virtues.

Pyrrhon – The Mother of Virtues

First off, congrats to Doug Moore, vocalist for Pyrrhon and former co-scribe at for getting a deal with the mighty Relapse Records, and second, apologies to Doug for not getting around to reviewing the band’s solid debut album, An Excellent Servant But a Terrible Master, released on Selfmadegod Records back in 2011. Now, on to […]

PYRRHON Sign To Relapse Records

Relapse Records is extremely proud to announce the signing of New York City avant-garde, technical death metal quartet PYRRHON (pronounced “peer-on”).  Formed in 2008, PYRRHON (Dylan DiLella – guitar, Erik Malave – bass, Alex Cohen – drums, Doug Moore – vocals) have released one EP (Fever Kingdoms – 2010) and one LP (An Excellent Servant But a Terrible Master – 2011) via The Path […]