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NECROT Announces Long-Awaited New Album, Streams "Cut The Cord"

Death metal done right. Period.

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Necrot is back with their first new record in four years Lifeless Birth, due out April 12. Necrot is now streaming the first new single "Cut The Cord", whose runtime should convince every single death metal fan that this album is going to fucking rule.

"The last few years have been tough for us and pretty much for everyone," said Necrot bassist and vocalist Luca Indrio. "The result is Lifeless Birth, our most aggressive album so far, but at the same time also the most melodic. We have always been progressing as a band and I think this is our full maturity stage.

"We have been Necrot for thirteen years now, we work hard to continue doing what we do, and we have sacrificed a lot to it. We want to give our contribution to what metal is and will be, we don't want to just pass by unnoticed. We want to live our mark and so far, Lifeless Birth is without doubt our best effort.

He continued: "We are stoked to finally give our fans a new song and soon a new album. 'Cut The Cord' talks about how our minds are contaminated by a constant flow of negative information fed to us on a daily basis. People have their heads buried in their phones, constantly eating from a plate full of shit ,and the awful future we all didn't want is now our present.

"A superficial society of people scared of each other. 'Cut The Cord' is a call to disconnect and refuse to live in fear, disengaging from what is making us miserable and starting to perceive life for what one believes and not the distorted and often fake reality that is constantly presented to us in many forms. It's time to cut the cord."

Lifeless Birth was recorded with producer Greg Wilkinson — who has helmed all three Necrot albums — mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege, and given cover art again by Marald Van Haasteren. Pre-orders are available here via Tankcrimes and here on Bandcamp.

Necrot will hit the road with Municipal Waste, Ghoul, and Dead Heat next week. Get the full list of deadly dates below and get your tickets here.

2/15 Washington, DC – Black Cat
2/16 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
2/17 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Monarch
2/18 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
2/20 Montreal, QC – Les Foufounes Electriques
2/21 London, ON – London Music Hall
2/22 Buffalo, NY – Rec Room
2/23 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick
2/24 Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall Ballroom
2/26 Minneapolis, MN- Fine Line
2/27 Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room
3/1 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
3/2 Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theater
3/4 Berkeley, CA – The UC Theatre
3/5 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom
3/6 Tucson, AZ – Encore
3/8 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger
3/9 Dallas, TX – Trees
3/10 New Orleans, LA – House Of Blues
3/12 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Culture Club
3/13 Orlando, FL – The Abbey
3/14 Athens, GA – 40 Watts
3/15 Columbia, SC – The Senate
3/16 Richmond, VA – The National

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