So if you haven’t heard, there is some stupid drama going on with Rings of Saturn and their (presumably jealous) ex-drummer, Brent Silletto. Accusations and responses have been made. You can read through the ex-drummer’s accusations on Metalsucks, and the Rings of Saturn response below. Make up your own mind. As far as I’m concerned, Rings of Saturn are aliens and Brent wasn’t an alien. You gotta be an alien to play aliencore, bro. End of story. The proof is all down there. The band just put out an incredible record, “Dingir”. Listen to the whole thing right here, right now and check out our review of the metalness here! Some awesome full speed shit!

“Some of you may have seen on Metalsucks that now our ex drummer has been making all kinds of accusations about the band now too saying that we recorded our material half-speed, we can’t play it live etc.

Our studio engineer from Mayhemeness Recording Studios for both Embryonic Anomaly, and Dingir, has already made a statement (pictured below) saying that everything found on both our albums is in fact legit and recorded in full time –BESIDES– our ex drummers drums which are only on our first album Embryonic Anomaly. This was the reason why the entire band made the decision to kick him out. He couldn’t play our material at all in the studio, and by the time we toured, he could barely get through the songs live. It’s amazing how he is trying to flip this story back on us when it is really about him.

Along with the all of the audience uploaded videos on Youtube of our hundreds of live performances that are easily assessable to everyone, Below we have posted videos of each member playing our material WITH ACTUAL AUDIO that metalsucks had already shared as well along with our recording engineers statement. The guitar video was made years ago at the time where our ex drummer was in the band.”

Guitarists Joel and Lucas playing Seized and Devoured out of shitty 15 watt yamaha practice amps.

Also Lucas playing the main lead off of Embryonic Anomaly which is considered to be the hardest riff from the first album.

Sean playing bass over “Annihilating The Pure”

Ian being the alien Brent wish he could be…

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