Long Island, New York-based sci-fi death metal quintet, Artificial Brain , will release their second album, ”Infrared Horizon”, through Profound Lore Records in April. The album was produced by Colin Marson at The Thousand Caves studio. Ten tracks are included in this release. So, today we’re reviewing a death metal album. Let’s do this. ”Infrared Horizon” sounds definitely brutal and raw. It stands out for its technicality as well as it its abyssic, eerie atmosphere. Artificial Brain play death metal but you can trace some black metal in their music. This addition makes their music sound more cold and dark if you will. I must say i liked their vocals a lot. We’re talking about proper death metal growls. And of course here you’ll find many blastbeats that we all love. Lyrically this album deals with a dystopian future in which robots and cyborgs have outlived human beings and who believe themselves to be not of creation of the long extinct humans but a more perfect evolution of them. So yes, in my opinion Artificial Brain’s music works as a perfect soundtrack for this kind of concept. Ten songs for a post apocalyptic dystopia. My favorite songs were ”Estranged From Orbit”, ”Infrared Horizon” and ”Vacant Explorer”. Overall, i have to say i liked this album and i believe that death metal fans are gonna like it as well. ”Infrared Horizon” will see release on CD, LP, and digital formats on April 21st.