After four years of silence, Lord Dying has return to tell us more about dying. The band will release their new record Mysterium Tremendum on April 26 and you can stream the very riff-heavy, and pretty different for Lord Dying, new song "Envy The End" below.
"We set out to write a record about life, and it ended up being about death," said guitarist and vocalist Erik Olson about Mysterium Tremendum. "While the new record centers around death, it focuses more on what awaits us on the other side while also exploring our culture's fear of dying, and the struggles with our own mortality. The ideas for the concept have been kicking around for some time, but it's fitting that they're only now coming to fruition."
Mysterium Tremendum was recorded at West Valley Recording Studios with engineer Mike Plotnikoff (Fear Factory, In Flames) and mastered by Howie Weinberg (Slayer, Nirvana, Pantera, Red Hot Chili Peppers). This is the first record of Lord Dying's to feature Behold! The Monolith's bassist Matt Price and drummer Chase Manhattan.