New Pestilence Song

2021-04-15 by Fernando Alves STAFF | 16 Comments
Iconic progressive death metal band Pestilence released a video for the first single, 'Morbvs Propagationem', taken from their opcoming ninth album Exitivm, out June 25th worldwide via Agonia Records.

'Morbvs Propagationem' can be streamed below.


Directed by Dariusz Szermanowicz

An official website has been launched for Exitivm, providing access to all revelant information surrounding the new album, at: https://www.exitivm.com

With the exception of the drums - tracked down by van der Plicht himself at his home studio - the album was recorded over a period of two months in between June and August 2020 at Pitchnote Productions. The album has been produced, like all Pestilence albums, by Mameli and is co-produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by Jory Hogeveen (Shinigami and Ancient Rites).

Exitivm tracklist:

1. In Omnibvs (Intro)
2. Morbvs Propagationem
3. Deificvs
4. Sempiternvs
5. Internicionem
6. Mortifervm
7. Dominatvi Svbmissa
8. Pericvlvm Externvm
9. Inficiat
10. Exitivm
11. Immortvos
12. Personatvs Mortem (Outro)

Pre-order at: https://www.exitivm.com

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Tagged: Pestilence

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Kusangii
April 15th 2021
3137 Comments


I enjoyed it

bloc
April 15th 2021
65507 Comments


*yawn*

Sounds like a thrash song tbh

Digging: KOTO - Bye Bye Teens Lullaby

ThyCrossAwaits
April 15th 2021
3583 Comments


I expected mediocrity but then I had to give a second listen and yeah, this is a pretty solid track. Hopefully the rest of the album gels.

Digging: Spectral Wound - A Diabolic Thirst

Deez
April 15th 2021
7557 Comments


Sounds like pestilence

Digging: Cyril Snear - Riot of Colour

BigPleb
April 15th 2021
62861 Comments


Band is nothing without Drunen.

bigguytoo9
April 15th 2021
1020 Comments


Didnt hate it at all. Thought the track would be worse. Spheres is my fave from this band.

FabiusPictor202
April 15th 2021
967 Comments


stinker 2.5

Digging: Cannibal Corpse - Violence Unimagined

Madbutcher3
April 15th 2021
2830 Comments


better than their other recent stuff but the riffs are still pretty bleh, better arranged at least?

SIMBOLIC
April 16th 2021
5939 Comments


ready ya 2s

FabiusPictor202
April 16th 2021
967 Comments


ready

Brett W
April 16th 2021
348 Comments


yeah Martin really carried this band

ChaoticVortex
April 16th 2021
1156 Comments


Gonna be a solid 2.5, like the previous albums.

Mabbitt
April 16th 2021
1798 Comments


Haven't listened to this band since Resurrection Macabre. This sounds more like a modern take on their older stuff, so I'm cool with that.

rage11111ro
April 18th 2021
372 Comments


Not too impressed. Let's see, maybe the full album flows better

rage11111ro
April 18th 2021
372 Comments


How do you delete a network driven double comment?

bloc
April 19th 2021
65507 Comments


You edit the second comment to say something else so it looks like it was intentional



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