“Pariah” is released now! SCHIZOID’s black metal album has been a long time in the works but is finally out now online!
Listen to it at and buy limited CDs and tapes up at http://schizoid.bandcamp.com. Stream it on Spotify at https://open.spotify.com/album/3SLznXHivKWhjBuI8ZWOZP?si=-k2CzAw5TyCqnzGgHVpHUw. See it at the iTunes Store at https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/pariah/1444266905.
2019 brings the new full-length album “Pariah” by extreme-music artist SCHIZOID, marking the 20th year of the act with this long awaited return.
Primarily known for involvement in the digital hardcore genre and waving the flag for the D-TRASH Records scene, the solo project (herein titled THE SCHIZOID) for now operates from an black metal point of being.
SCHIZOID is no stranger to the genre, having performed as vocalist for Canadian cult black metal band DEAD OF WINTER who released the hellish “At The Helm Of The Abyss” on Profound Lore Records in 2005.
Despondent and misanthropic, the 7 songs toll tales of elemental upheavals, cosmic tyrannies and self-destruction. Anguished screams and dread-filled melodies drive an assault of blastbeaten negativity, in homage bands like LEVIATHAN, BLUT AUS NORD, XASTHUR, WEAKLING, CREBAIN, JUDAS ISCARIOT.
“Pariah” releases on February 14 2019, digitally available through bandcamp as well as all streaming platforms (iTunes, Spotify, et all). Also to come, a collection of remixes of the “Pariah” material by SCHIZOID’s peers from the D-TRASH Records cyberpunk scene and its underground.
Photo credits: Artur Augustynowicz. Thanks to Brooke & NUTS & VOLTS.
Opening!!! for MELT BANANA!
Some compilations that SCHIZOID was on recently. Go get’em they’re all for free download! Some alternate mixes, etc.
“Fret, Regret (Fexomat Remix)”
“Fret, Regret (Betaphenethylamine Remix)”
“The Next Extreme (Kamikaze Deadboy Remix)”
Not too much lately going on but there is some new/old news:
-SCHIZOID’s new song “Triskele” was featured on the DTRASH200 – TRASH THE WORLD compilation. The first 50 copies of the disc were sold as USB keys which featured lossless versions of the 46 tracks from all eras of D-TRASH Records bands. Also tied in was D-TRASH Records shirts, which are still available. You can hear the song below.
More to come…
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