Russian brutal death metal outfit KATALEPSY release new single, announce new album13th May 2020 0 By John Deaux
Russian brutal death metal masters KATALEPSY have streamed their devastating new single ‘Those Who Rot The Souls’, the first glimpse of new LP Terra Mortuus Est, released 31st July via the esteemed Unique Leader Records.
The band comment: “…amidst the muffled, maddening beating of vile drums and the thin, monotonous whine of accursed flutes; to which detestable pounding and piping dance slowly, awkwardly, and absurdly the gigantic ultimate gods, the blind, voiceless, tenebrous, mindless Other Gods… these are…’Those Who Rot the Souls’.”
Pre-order Terra Mortuus Est here: https://bit.ly/katalepsyindiemerch
Birthed in Moscow in 2004, KATALEPSY‘s first demo Femicide brought their first victims to the altar of brutality, and led to the band’s first forays beyond Moscow.
In 2007 they spawned their debut full-length Musick Brings Injuries, and blood was spilled in the circle pits and mosh-battles all over Russia. The next year KATALEPSY released a split with partners in crime FLESHROT and BLUNT FORCE TRAUMA, and allowed the band their first tours abroad, including the Swiss festival Mountains of Death ’08 Open Air. Soon, shows and festivals across Europe followed: Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Czech Republic and Finland all becoming battlefields of unholy beatdowns and technical grooves.
The band inked their record deal with the famed Unique Leader Records following their Your Fear Is Our Inhabitancy EP, and have gone from strength to strength since. Now behold their ferocious new effort, the terrifying Terra Mortuus Est.
1. Closer Than Flesh
2. Night Of Eden
3. Those Who Rot The Souls
4. The God Of Grave
5. Terra Mortuus Est
6. Kings Of The Underground
7. Deep Down Madness
8. No Rest No Peace
9. From The Dark Past (They Come)
10. Neonomicon III
11. Land of Million Crosses
Igor Filimontsev – vocals
Anton Garasiev – guitar
Dmitry Dedov – guitar
Anatoly Shishilov – bass
Andrey Patsionov – drums
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