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COGNIZANCE Releases "The Succession of Flesh," Featuring Members Of SUFFOCATION And DAATH

if you like bands like Fallujah and Decrepit Birth… get the hell in here.

if you like bands like Fallujah and Decrepit Birth... get the hell in here.

A little while back I posted about Cognizance and everyone seemed to really dig them, so I'm stoked to announce the band has hit me up this time to premiere their new song "The Succession of Flesh."

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The track is off their upcoming release _Inceptum that will be out this fall! The album's drums will be handled by The Faceless' Alex Rüdinger and on this particular song there's guest spots by Frank Mullen of Suffocation and Eyal Levi of Daath, who also produced and mixed the record. Oh, and he artwork was created by Dan Mumford (Black Dahlia Murder, Parkway Drive).

Now, to the song!

I've said it before and I'll say it again- technical death metal done right is a beautiful, beautiful thing. "The Succession of Flesh" is jammed packed with riffs and rhythms that you're not going to forget soon after listening and has plenty of gutteral, vomit-inducing vocals to keep pace with the crushing music. Plus the lyrics video is actually cool and not just something that appears to have been slapped together in twenty seconds- this took some time.

Cognizance is a band you're going to want to watch out for in the near future, because there's no way they won't become a big, notable name.

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