EXTREME METALLERS ASTAROTH INCARNATE UNLEASH BRAND NEW LYRIC VIDEO FOR SONG ‘CURSE OF THE BLACK PLAGUE’
Toronto blackened/extreme metallers ASTAROTH INCARNATE have released a lyric video for the brand new track, entitled ‘Curse Of The Black Plague’. The song is pulled from their forthcoming album Omnipotence – The Infinite Darkness, set to drop September 8th, 2017 via CDN RECORDS.
Frontman ASTAROTH had this to say about the track;
‘Curse of the Black Plague defines the meaning of our album ‘Omnipotence – The Infinite Darkness’. The meaning stands for Darkness being the most powerful entity in all of existence. It is indestructible and everlasting. Its shadows manifest inside all living beings. One can choose to cower away and hide under the protection of light but ultimately, everything must return to Darkness. Therefore, one must understand the importance of grasping this concept and embracing the Darkness that flows within’
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Watch the video for ‘Unfleshed’ HERE
2. Curse of the Black Plague
4. Sanctum of Torment
Recorded at Monolithic Productions by Tyler Williams
Mixed and mastered by Tyler Williams
Artwork by Dee Gozali / Dee Artwork
Photos by Jordanna Clarke
Combining a cornucopia of the extreme, ASTAROTH INCARNATE are not easily categorized, though their approach is one that coalesces black metal with elements of death, thrash, melodic, doom, and groove.Too sum up, ASTAROTH INCARNATE is a mix of sub-genre fluctuations, which includes a wide spectrum of vocals, progressive drumming, and technical yet groovy bass lines all driven by memorable riffing and solos.
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