Arsis Album Info
2013-03-05 by Andrew Gold CONTRIBUTOR | 21 Comments
Technical death metal band Arsis has announced that their fifth studio LP Unwelcome will be released on April 30, 2013 in North America via Nuclear Blast records. Singer/guitarist James Malone commented on the record:

"Of all the albums we have done, Unwelcome is an album that I wanted to define the band's sound. We were all focused for the writing and recording and the end product reflects this."

Bassist Noah Martin added: "Down to the artwork, Unwelcome is by far the most raw and brutal album ARSIS has released with Nuclear Blast."

The band also stated they would have a busy 2013 touring season, but no dates have been announced so far.

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apert
March 4th 2013
3031 Comments


the question is will he get more than 100 sweeps on the album

MO
March 4th 2013
18680 Comments


ehhh

we'll see

MO
March 4th 2013
18680 Comments


listen to their first album and a diamond for disease

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
March 4th 2013
21093 Comments


^

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apert
March 4th 2013
3031 Comments


yeah first album and ep are the only things worth checking out

Dryden
March 4th 2013
12928 Comments


if ur 14

bloc
March 4th 2013
34853 Comments


Never been a big fan of these guys but if they say it's the heaviest thing they've ever done then maybe I will give it a listen.

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MO
March 4th 2013
18680 Comments


aha nothing wrong with nostalgia dry

Makemebad35
March 4th 2013
751 Comments


I'll keep an ear out. I never did get the last EP. But I do really like some of this bands releases.

Ire
March 4th 2013
41780 Comments


4got Noah Martin was still in this band


poor guy

HenchmanOfSanta
March 4th 2013
1866 Comments


Never been a big fan of these guys but if they say it's the heaviest thing they've ever done then maybe I will give it a listen.
Literally every metal band says this about their upcoming album.

Nifkin
March 4th 2013
90 Comments


Their last EP was insane and was a real return to their roots. I'll definitely be checking this out.

bloc
March 4th 2013
34853 Comments


Literally every metal band says this about their upcoming album.

Haha, that's true but you gotta take a chance on something!

Vakarian12
March 4th 2013
3847 Comments


cool

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ReturnOfTheDnor
March 4th 2013
893 Comments


A Celebration of Guilt was amazing. The rest of their Discog left a LOT to be desired. Let's see if they step it up with this release.

zaruyache
March 5th 2013
6475 Comments


Diamond for Disease wasn't that good.

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Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
March 5th 2013
21093 Comments


It's easily their best song

KILL
March 5th 2013
71795 Comments


zzz

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Hockeytown
March 5th 2013
101 Comments


hope it's more like celebration and diamond, those kicked ass

Thor
March 5th 2013
10192 Comments


"Diamond for Disease wasn't that good."

WHO ARE YOU PEOPLE


zaruyache
March 7th 2013
6475 Comments


Zaruyache.



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