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DISENTOMB Announce New Record With Obliterating New Track "Your Prayers Echo Into Nothingness"

Posted by on May 15, 2019 at 2:43 pm

Australian brutal death metal titans Disentomb will release their new record The Decaying Light on July 12, and are heralding everyone's imminent destruction with a new track called "Your Prayers Echo Into Nothingness". The track features a guest spot from vocalist Matti Way (Abominable Putridity, ex-Pathology) and slams exactly as hard as you think it does, if not harder.

Vocalist Jordan James reached out to me and talked a little bit about the debut single.

“The response to the first single has blown all of us away,” James said.

“We are confident the singles to come, and the rest of the album, will reveal a sound we have worked hard to develop combining elements of dissonance, Brutal Death and bleakness.

“It has been an extremely long process to put this album together in between our full-time jobs, touring 4-5 months of the year and our personal lives, we appreciate the patience shown by our fans.

“We can’t wait to unveil the rest of The Decaying Light.”

Guitars for The Decaying Light were tracked by Disentomb guitarist Jake Wilkes, drums and bass were recorded by Joe Haley (Psycroptic), and vocals were tracked by Dan Field (The Schoenberg Automaton, Gouge). Mixing was done by Disentomb bassist Adrian Cappelletti, and mastering was done by Colin Davis (Deeds of Flesh, Devourment).

Here's what Disentomb has to say about the record.

"These 13 tracks combined make up an album we have always wanted to write and have been on the path to writing since the birth of Disentomb 10 years ago. The Decaying Light solidifies a unique sound we have worked to carve out, 13 tracks of dissonant Brutal Death that we feel is our most personal and accomplished work to date. The addition of Adrian on bass has helped Disentomb reach new levels of songwriting and cemented our sound.

"We understand five years is a long time between albums, especially for touring bands, and we thank our fans for their patience."

Pre-order the record here.

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