Chilean maestros Target stake a claim as tech-death's new champions with Inverted Gloaming

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Chile's Target are further proof that the South American metal scene is in great health,  and their new song Inverted Gloaming is proof.

Taken from last year’s authentically mindblowing Deep Water Flames album, it crams shades of everything from face-ripping death metal to epic, atmospheric prog into seven, darkly melodic minutes. The accompanying video features a gladiatorial kickboxing contest where one contestant's Pantera gumshield should give you an inkling of the physical impact to come.

Get pumped up with the video below, then check out the full album on Target's Bandcamp page (opens in new tab). Trust us, it’s worth it.

Dom Lawson has been writing for Metal Hammer and Prog for over 14 years and is extremely fond of heavy metal, progressive rock, coffee and snooker. He also contributes to The Guardian, Classic Rock, Bravewords and Blabbermouth and has previously written for Kerrang! magazine in the mid-2000s.