From what we've been posting as far as singles go from the upcoming Nero Di Marte record Derivae, it seems like the record is going to be stuffed full of atmospherically building songs that always bring the destruction. "Dite," premiered by Bloody Disgusting, only seems to keep up that tradition. The band also told the website the record took three years to make and was recorded 100-percent with analog equipment and without any digital aftereffects. Pretty cool!
Derivae is out October 27 via Prosthetic Records.