Sliptrick Records proudly presents five new acts from Australia, Italy and Germany,
that recently signed for the the release of their albums.

Due to be available on the market between december 2016 and april 2016, the albums
will be distributed through each and every download and streaming platform as well
as selected shops and chain stores worldwide.

Post-Prog and Melodic Death Metal blended into one incendiary meat-grinder of a band.
Precipitation’s debut album ‘The Power Of..’ is a dirty work of art straight from the
engine of Europe, Germany.


Darkyra is a five piece Symphonic Hard Rock band based in Perth Western Australia.
It’s members consist of Gina Bafile – vocals, Dave Lyon – Guitar, Kim Siragusa –

Keyboard, Dan Grainger – drums and Maciek Mastalarczuk – bass.

After the successful release and rave reviews of two high production studio albums
(a solo project of Gina Bafile under the name Darkyra Black), Darkyra Black was thrown
into the spotlight as a strong emerging artist within the world of female fronted metal
and rock, fueling the desire of talented singer Gina to take the music on the road.

In 2015 the focus was to project the brand as a complete band which led to the recent
name adjustment from ‘Darkyra Black’ to ‘Darkyra’, and with the new found Australian
members the transition from solo artist to a working band was complete.

Keeping within the traditional Darkyra Black style, the relatively young band begin
their creative journey together. With a new album concept on the horizon,
their very first collaboration,  ‘Against all Odds’ is now taking shape.

Blending gloomy Doom Metal, raging Death Metal and melodic early 90’s Gothic
Metal tinged vocals, Tethra will be the last nail on your cross!

Death-oriented guitar riffs, melodic hooks, subtle bass lines mix with charismatic
vocals courtesy of the versatile frontman Clode, who switches from deep growling

to pristine-clean vocals with ease.

TETHRA’s upcoming full-length “Like Crows for the Earth” (to be released in 2017
via Sliptrick Records) reveals how much the band has evolved sonically. Elements
such as acoustic breaks, striking solos and Doom-influenced melodies are perfect
examples, topped off by Clode’s unmistakable tone (who’s signature screams and
middle/high range vocals take us back to the early stages of his musical career).

In terms of song writing, the lyrics have become more intimate, focusing on topics
such as loss, solitude and feelings of rejection. The album also deals with social
issues, such as mankind’s indiscriminate exploitation of the Earth, metaphorically
represented by the crow: if not stopped, this animal poses an undeniable threat
to its ecosystem and is bound to destroy all other species.

The album was recorded and mixed by Matt Stancioiu (Labyrinth) at Elnor Studios
and mastered by Greg Chandles (Esoteric) at Priory Studios.