The Faceless Album Release Date
2012-07-17 by Tyler G | 43 Comments

The Faceless have announced their next album, Autotheism, as being released August 14, 2012. Preorders are available now at http://www.merchconnectioninc.com/collections/the-faceless-sumerian-records
Album Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfnH9wJrE4g

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Tijnmans
July 17th 2012

354 Comments


It was about fucking time!

MO
July 17th 2012

18522 Comments


faceles

johnnyblaze
July 17th 2012

2603 Comments


about time.

these guys need to get fitter. happier. more productive.

InFiction
July 17th 2012

3651 Comments



faceles [2]

Annayalater
July 17th 2012

192 Comments


It was about fucking time! [2]

faceles [3]

CutMan
July 17th 2012

1784 Comments


I'm glad I got the impression the Stephen Hawking voice was just for the trailer. Otherwise... Well... I didn't like it when Taproot did it, and if The Faceless did it, too, I'd wonder why this was a trend.

VanitySeason
July 17th 2012

396 Comments


d faslis m/

BirthRite
July 17th 2012

1318 Comments


lol at annayalator not getting the faceless joke


Lol hard

DallyLama
July 17th 2012

1070 Comments


radiohead? O.o

Uranium
July 17th 2012

7088 Comments


the last 30 seconds of the trailer was pretty bad ass

AfterTheBreakdown
July 17th 2012

7108 Comments


finally!

TooLateToGoBack
July 17th 2012

1762 Comments


yawn, techdeath

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Devastator
July 17th 2012

2483 Comments


Hawking-core

ILJ
July 17th 2012

6666 Comments


The music from the trailer wasn't really anything to write home about, but I'll listen to this when it drops nonetheless.

Ssssssss
July 17th 2012

683 Comments


The music from the trailer was from that pre-production song they released ages ago. But yeh, trailer sort of got me psyched for the album.

ZombieParty
July 17th 2012

355 Comments


Can't wait for this

bloc
July 17th 2012

34780 Comments


Sounds really decent. I'm liking that guitar lead that plays near the end of the trailer.

I doubt the album will differ too much from Duality. Maybe a few more weird noises...?

Digging: Interpol - El Pintor

Ssssssss
July 17th 2012

683 Comments


Well i like weird noises to that's a good thing.

Mickeymau5
July 17th 2012

1614 Comments


It slays your face off m/

GringoSuave89
July 17th 2012

1025 Comments


Fix'd the title, thanks MetallicOpeth and co.

Digging: Interpol - El Pintor

Devastator
July 17th 2012

2483 Comments


Wonder what concept they are basing this album off.

Uranium
July 17th 2012

7088 Comments


sounds like future technology overruling humanity or something like dat

KILL
July 17th 2012

71482 Comments


shit

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Tyrael
July 17th 2012

20828 Comments


sweet

Makemebad35
July 17th 2012

747 Comments


yes, about time. I'm ready for this one.

SmokingTheClouds
July 17th 2012

639 Comments


The first release from the album was something I'd expect from a B side of Planetary Duality. HOWEVER, "Deconsecrate" is a huge step forward. DAT SAXAPHONE.

derkaderka
July 17th 2012

52 Comments


Fuck yes

ViralOblivion
July 17th 2012

7679 Comments


How is it that much better bands put out an album within 2 years but they take 4 years to make a technical death core album

Uranium
July 17th 2012

7088 Comments


they had to use differential calculus to write their songs

FearThyEvil
July 17th 2012

12496 Comments


Looks interesting. I like the album art.

J0ckstrapsFTW
July 17th 2012

3652 Comments


Fuck ya on my birthday!

Eunuch
July 17th 2012

1240 Comments


Can't wait for KILL's review for this.

wacknizzle
July 17th 2012

12991 Comments


I'm pretty excited for this. Micheal said they used alot of different instruments recording the album because they didn't wanna use fake synth patches and what not, so the recording should sound organic. The album artwork is pretty cool as well.

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ShadowRemains
July 17th 2012

20539 Comments


shit

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captainchunk
July 17th 2012

33 Comments


"How is it that much better bands put out an album within 2 years but they take 4 years to make a technical death core album"

The fact that they lost most of their members in the past 4 years probably didn't help.


EJinHD
July 18th 2012

89 Comments


Michael Keene said on twitter that the new album is 9 tracks clocking at around 42 min. I was scared for a second. After 4 years I thought they were gonna make another 30 min album.

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bloozclooz
July 18th 2012

1770 Comments


Stephen hawking

ILJ
July 18th 2012

6666 Comments


42 minutes in 4 years is still ridiculous.

EJinHD
July 18th 2012

89 Comments


"42 minutes in 4 years is still ridiculous."




True.

Killerhit
July 18th 2012

5249 Comments


shit

ZippaThaRippa
July 19th 2012

2416 Comments


And now Necrophagist please

bloc
July 19th 2012

34780 Comments


This is Necrophagist

MO
July 19th 2012

18522 Comments


lol necrophagist 8 years and counting

band is so done



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