German surf-death metallers STILLBIRTH release video for album title track

New LP Revive The Throne out 7th August via Unique Leader

German surf death metal sextet STILLBIRTH have released a new video/single, the title track from new LP Revive The Throne, set for release on 7th August via Unique Leader Records.

Watch the video to ‘Revive The Throne’ here:

Pre-order Revive The Throne here: (US) (Europe)

STILLBIRTH from Hagen / Germany were founded in 1999 by former guitarist (now vocalist) Lukas Swiaczny, and play a mix of Death Metal, Grindcore and Deathcore. 

Revive the Throne features 11 songs and is the heaviest material in the band’s history. You can expect razor sharp guitar riffs, pounding drums, a superb vocal arrangement and the first STILLBIRTH recording with 2 basses for maximum brutality. 

The band comment: “We are highly looking forward to release our new beast Revive the Throne on our favourite label Unique Leader Records on 7th August 2020. The album features 11 songs (36 minutes) and is the heaviest material we have written so far. Once again we had the pleasure to record and mix the album at DPK Studios and we have a banging master from our good friends over at Demigod Recordings. Our cover-designer Aghy Purakusuma did an amazing job as well and we think this is the best Stillbirth album in our history. We can’t wait to hear the opinions of our fans.”


Lukas Swiaczny – Vocals
Simon Stürmlinger – Guitar
Jens Strack – Guitar
Dominik König – Bass Guitar
Lukas Kaminski – Bass Guitar
Martin Grupe – Drums 


1.    Degraded to Mutilation
2.    Revive the Throne 
3.    Degeneration
4.    Mans Tormentor
5.    Panem et Circenses 
6.    Breed of Bestiality
7.    Eating Flesh of the Objector
8.    Revolt of the Weak
9.    Echoes of the Trumpets
10.    Unleash the Mutation
11.    Dethrone the King

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