See that in the title of this post? We're actually into February here at Loud Noises, kids, so let's keep the good times rolling along. And since the first of February fell on a Monday this year, I think you can figure out where I'm going with this post. Yup. Metal Monday.
For your only-a-week-old Metal Monday post I'm revisiting the 2010 debut LP from one of my favourite underrated/underappreciated techy proggy acts. The band is Son of Aurelius, the album is the very solid The Farthest Reachest, and the song itself is "Myocardial Infarction", a furious blast of nimble tech-death that crams more into a little better than a minute and a half than a lot of bands can get into four or five. The songwriting on 2014's Under a Western Sun might be better (and proggier!) but The Farthest Reaches still has some scorchers on it, like this one.