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Hi guys! My name's Rich, I'm in a band called 'Construct'. I started playing guitar when I was 12 and composing/recording when I was 15. This is where I post demos of new tracks and stuff, so I hope you enjoy because they may become full quality tracks.

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Posted by Xenogenocide - September 30th, 2017

Some new stuff here, will probably change it again later on like I always do. I suppose I'm pretty happy with it so far. :)


Posted by Xenogenocide - January 10th, 2017

So guys, I'm really excited to announce that us guys at Construct have released our official video for Reflection!


So if you like bands such as Tesseract, Monuments, Scar Symmetry, In Flames, Soilwork and so forth, head on over to http://newnoisemagazine.com/video-premiere-construct-reflection/ where you can watch us break our necks repeatedly in caveman fashion.


It also features a really fancy Ormsby GTR TX. :)

Lots of love,



Posted by Xenogenocide - January 10th, 2017

So guys, I'm really excited to announce that us guys at Construct have released our official video for Reflection!


Head on over to http://newnoisemagazine.com/video-premiere-construct-reflection/ where you can watch us break our necks repeatedly in caveman fashion.

It also features a really fancy Ormsby GTR TX. :)


Lots of love,



Posted by Xenogenocide - October 31st, 2016



What's up guys?

So Construct are finally making a mark and getting reviews and interviews on several websites.

First up, we've got interviews/reviews with:

Second, TBFM magazine will have us featured in a lovely quarter page ad, plus a track from the album on their cover CD on the Winter 2016 edition of their magazine which is distributed to over 100 live music venues free of charge around the UK; digitally released and hosted on the TBFM website which has in excess of 3 million website hits a month and 1,000 copies are sent out to subscribers, PR companies, Record Labels, Festival Organisers and other music industry professionals.

Check out TBFM online.

Hugs n kissies,

Rich! xoxoxoxo

Posted by Xenogenocide - September 27th, 2016

So guys, I'd just like to take the time to say that I am thrilled to announce the digital release date of my band Construct's album "The Deity".


We've gotten to a point where it just feels like our hard work has paid off and it's the right time to reveal everything we've had in the works for so long now, so here is the cover art work.

Information on pricing to follow!



Unfortunately, we've had to hold back pre-orders and the release date, but stay tuned as even bigger things are about to come.

Posted by Xenogenocide - August 23rd, 2016

So after buying the first 7-string Ormsby, I almost immediately fell in love with it and decided to buy an 8-string Ormsby HypeGTR 8-string.

I'm so happy with the layout of the frets, it feels even more comfortable to play than the GTR TX 7-string and I'm not joking either! It only comes with 24-frets, but that's just perfect as it still reaches the full 5 octaves above the low E when drop tuning, just like with the extra frets on the 7-string (I'm currently utilizing both EBEADGBE and FBEADGBE tunings just FYI).

The neck is a set neck (which means no screws in the back) with Laminated Rock Maple, which gives that full fluid smooth playability and the body is Swamp Ash with a gorgeous Walnut Burl that looks like a very expensive table top. It has a Nunchucker A8 Bridge humbucker and De La Creme A2 Neck humbucker in the pickup slots perfectly aligned by the scale length along with all the choice you'd need from coil splitting options. Hipshot locking tuners are also included on the headstock, along with a hipshot bridge and complete with black hardware. What more could any enthusiast need from a production model guitar? Make no mistake, this is perfect in every way.

Price tag: $1889 AUD (Around £1100 GBP and $1450 USD)

Check out the shots of this little stunner! It'll definitely come up in future releases, for sure!






Check out the full album here. <-- clicky!

Ormsby Guitars <-- clicky!


Posted by Xenogenocide - June 18th, 2016

So I preordered this beauty last year with Ormsby's GTR Production Run group.

It's a production made fanned fret 7-string with a 27.8" scale on the lower end of the spectrum ranging to 25.5" on the higher end.

I'm really impressed with the quality of these guitars crafted at World Instruments in Korea, made to Perry Ormsby's own specifications as stated in the group. It's built very solidly, and includes a lot of features that you would expect from a custom built guitar like locking tuners and push/pull tone pots for coil splitting.

The tones I'm getting from this thing are stunningly beautiful (especially the cleans).

With a price tag of just $1699 AUD + Shipping & Taxes (around £885 GBP and $1250 USD), it was an absolute bargain and I couldn't resist. Well worth waiting for.



Check out the full album here. <-- clicky!

Ormsby Guitars <-- clicky!

Posted by Xenogenocide - March 29th, 2016

Check it out people, I have a new playthrough video up on Youtube! I hope you enjoy it. It's a nice, mellow tune that's a lot different to my typical metal stylings.



I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did making it. :)


Posted by Xenogenocide - January 8th, 2016

Check it out people, here at the Xenogen HQ we've been very busy! Music is going to be featured on Indie game Double Death by Developers Top Hat Studios, Inc.

Expect to see more of this in future! Right now it's in early alpha stages, but your support for this project is very muchly needed and appreciated right now!

The very early Alpha is available to test out right now, so please check it out and you'll hear some new Xenogenocide!

Much Love, Xeno! <3 xxxxxx


Posted by Xenogenocide - August 31st, 2015

So here it is finally, on Newgrounds!

I've been reluctant to share anything over the past few years, but that's now gone out of the window.

My beloved Newgrounds, I present to you the full instrumental version of:

"The Deity".