Horrendous stream new track

2014-08-08 by Matt P. STAFF | 18 Comments
US old school death metal act Horrendous are streaming a brand new track from their
forthcoming second LP Ecdysis, due out October 14th, 2014.

The follow up to 2012's acclaimed debut The Chills, guitarist/vocalist Damian Herring
describes the new album as, "Traditional, classic death metal. Thrashing, ripping, yet
melodic and churning with the weight of a thousand corpses; ready your minds for an aural
assault that will twist your brain in the vat. You’ll be tossed into the pits of depression,
quartered between the subterranean watchtowers of hell and the jaws of Charybdis, and
sacrificed at the altar
".

The new track, entitled 'Nepenthe', is available for stream courtesy of Decibel Magazine.
The new record will be available for preorder at the official Dark Descent Records site
along with the CD/vinyl reissue of Horrendous' first demo, Sweet Blasphemies.

Stream:
http://www.decibelmagazine.com/featured/streaming-horrendous-nepenthe/

Dark Descent Official Site:
http://www.darkdescentrecords.com/store/

Tagged: Horrendous

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 8th 2014
19453 Comments


albums gonna rip hard

Digging: Fluxion - Vibrant Forms II

oltnabrick
August 8th 2014
32448 Comments


wow cool haha aoty

Digging: Sicko Mobb - Super Saiyan Vol. 2

ShadowRemains
August 8th 2014
22039 Comments


will shred

NocteDominum
August 8th 2014
7198 Comments


The entire record is sexy, that artwork is hard, um I mean.... Too late

NocteDominum
August 8th 2014
7198 Comments


Also dark decent?

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 8th 2014
19453 Comments


whoops, edited

although i want to start a record label now called Decent Darkness and only release christian metal

RoyalImperialGuard
August 8th 2014
1569 Comments


Fuck yeah.

evilford
August 8th 2014
23093 Comments


sweet being a dm fan rules

Hawks
August 8th 2014
36167 Comments


Fuck yes this band slays.

Digging: Galar - De Gjenlevende

bloc
August 9th 2014
35257 Comments


Art and song are sick

Madbutcher3
August 9th 2014
1182 Comments


aoty called it

NocteDominum
August 11th 2014
7198 Comments


aoty called it


It's not 'that' great, I mean it's better than 98% of the releases this year but i wouldn't tag it aoty.

lalchimiste
August 28th 2014
261 Comments


sweet. gives me THE CHILLSSSS.

i'm sorry

SpiritCrusher2
September 3rd 2014
3550 Comments


another new song. drums are kinda too loud, but the song itself is beautiful! can't wait for this to come out

http://www.stereogum.com/1702806/horrendous-the-stranger-stereogum-premiere/mp3s/

ShadowRemains
September 4th 2014
22039 Comments


holy fuck the melodies in that song and the bass is awesome

kind of a lovechild of hooded menace and carnage/dismember's early stuff

Hawks
September 4th 2014
36167 Comments


I'm predicting this album will be top 10 this year, at least top 15.

NocteDominum
September 5th 2014
7198 Comments


maybe top 50....

ShadowRemains
September 5th 2014
22039 Comments


lol



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