Vancouver, BC?s AUROCH are a violent technical dark death metal band that are poised to help carry the flag of Canadian death metal chaos alongside elite like-minded newer generation bands such as co-conspirators MITOCHONDRION (and MITOCHONDRION vocalist/guitarist Shawn Hach? is the bass player in AUROCH while likewise, AUROCH vocalist/guitarist/mastermind Sebastian Montesi also commands the bass in MITOCHONDRION during their live performances), Antediluvian, Chthe?ilist, and carrying on the tradition of brutal Canadian death metal flag bearing that such legendary bands Gorguts, Cryptopsy and Kataklysm did back in their heyday. ?Taman Shud? which is the follow-up to AUROCH?s impressive ?From Forgotten Worlds? debut, hones this death metal trio?s skills to the point where they will be recognized as one of the most musically proficient bands in death metal today (?Taman Shud? was recorded pretty much all live, no click tracks, digital editing or any of that studio trickery nonsense was used during the album?s recording session at Rain Room Studios in Vancouver, BC), all while upholding the dark brooding atmosphere that is essential to real death metal. ?Taman Shud? is a vicious and dark, yet sophisticated and intellectual death metal chaos ritual that embodies the classic Canadian death metal spirit all while harnessing a classic death metal aura reminiscent of the more artistic edge of the Florida death metal scene of the early ?90s. There is a creative energy and a triumphant flow of metaphysical death metal chaos that defines the real Canadian death metal spirit; distinct, individualistic, and triumphant. For fans of Cryptopsy, Immolation and Covenant-era Morbid Angel.