Deicide have announced an all new album by the name of “Overtures Of Blasphemy”! It’s set to strike the world on September 14th through Century Media Records.
In support of this, they’ve just released an all new single by the name of “Seal the Tomb Below” to follow up the first “Excommunicated”. You can give a listen to these beasts right here and learn more about the upcoming record below:
Here’s a snippet of the official press release:
Death metal icons, Deicide, have returned with Overtures Of Blasphemy, which sees the band return to their roots to create a stellar and uncompromising extreme metal masterpiece. The effort was produced by the world-renowned Jason Suecof (The Black Dahlia Murder, Trivium) at Audio Hammer Studios and will be released through Century Media world-wide on Sept 14th. More news and a new track will be coming over the next few weeks.
Cover art by Zbigniew M. Bielak (Ghost, Paradise Lost, Mayhem):
Bielak comments: “If you experienced the death metal boom of the early 90s first hand, you know why Deicide’s flaming logo was the ultimate threat in the sanity department. Working with Glen Benton was a great honor and a throwback to the time, when death metal aesthetics were at their vilest. Satan Spawn the Caco Deamon is alive and well.”
Benton states: “This album came together over time, meaning we didn’t want to rush it. A few people might remember an interview where Steve Asheim (original member, drummer/songwriter) said ‘the material is done, but it’s just not there yet.’ Well, that was the jumping off point of when this album truly started taking shape and the songs became what they are now…complete, compact and effective. As the band pushed forward, so did the writing process and a few other processes which made the record and the band stronger. The result is Overtures Of Blasphemy, perhaps the group’s strongest release to date. Jason Suecoff lended his considerable talents and attention to detail in making the tracking of the songs as great as they can be and the final mix as sonically brutal, yet as listenable as possible. An arduous process, but one well worth the time and effort.”