Dynazty will release their fifth album Titanic Mass on April 15 via Spinefarm Records. Hailing from the musically lively mecca that is Stockholm, Sweden, Dynazty are a prime example of forward-thinking and evolutionary sound development.
It was with the Spinefarm-released album Renatus (2013) where Dynazty truly came to their own.
Opting for a sound more modern, more defined, and more addictive,Renatus saw the band take a leap towards a tighter sound with an arsenal of rapid rhythm patters and machine-gun riffs, ever-present soaring vocals plus huge, addictive choruses. Thanks to its massive arrangements, Renatus was an exceptional album.
Now, Titanic Mass sees the Swedes take the next logical step in the never-ending flux that is their sound.
This time, they chose to maintain the overall bite and tightness of Renatus while taking a courteous nod in the direction of power metal and adding a symphonic element; yes, the arrangements are “Titanic” this time! The band has succeeded in making the songs yet another notch more addictive than before.
The edgy yet massive production of Peter Tägtgren (Sabaton, Pain, Dimmu Borgir etc, ad infinitum) elevates Titanic Mass to Dynazty’s ultimate statement to date.
“Titanic Mass is the culmination of all the knowledge we’ve learned and all the experience we’ve gained over the years writing songs and making albums. Our efforts combined with the mastery of producer Peter Tägtgren has resulted in an album that we feel is really strong. To us, Titanic Mass is without a doubt our ultimate effort.”
Titanic Mass Track Listing:
1. The Human Paradox
2. Untamer of Your Soul
3. Roar of the Underdog
4. Titanic Mass
5. Keys to Paradise
6. I Want to Live Forever
7. The Beast Inside
8. Break Into the Wild
9. Crack in the Shell
10. Free Man’s Anthem
11. The Smoking Gun
Pre-orders launch on February 12. At that time, “Roar of the Underdog” will be available as an instant grat track. The first single is “The Human Paradox,” which will be accompanied by a video directed by Tage Rönnqvist (Swallow The Sun, Santa Cruz) on March 18.