UNDEATH premiere new track from debut album – due out in October

Photo credit: Jared Welch

Recent Prosthetic Records signings, the Rochester, NY death metal trio, UNDEATH have today premiered the second track from their debut full length album, Lesions Of A Different Kind. The track is titled Lord of the Grave and is currently premiering via Invisible Oranges alongside an interview with the band; the track will be on all streaming services from tomorrow. Lesions Of A Different Kind is set for release on October 23; pre-orders are available now

LISTEN TO LORD OF THE GRAVE  VIA INVISIBLE ORANGES HERE

The announcement of Lesions Of A Different Kind prompted a rush from fans who snapped up no less than three different variants of the LP in a matter of days. On their debut full length, the trio’s collective decades of musical consumption, compositions, performances and influences have converged in this one swirling mass of horror-flecked heavy metal. Skull crushing death metal reigns supreme; if the blood-spattered glory of Carcass is your (body) bag, if the headbang-inducing brutality of Cannibal Corpse is too much for you to resist, then UNDEATH have served up a feast for you. Lesions Of A Different Kind is the sound of three lifetimes of subterranean sickness and death metal worship coalescing in a severe brain-bludgeoning that clocks in at just a little over half an hour.

Lesions Of A Different Kind track list

  1. Suitably Hacked To Gore
  2. Shackles Of Sanity
  3. Lesions Of A Different Kind
  4. Entranced By The Pendulum
  5. Acidic Twilight Visions
  6. Lord Of The Grave
  7. Kicked In The Protruding Guts
  8. Phantasmal Festering
  9. Chained To A Reeking Rotted Body
  10. Archfiend Coercion Methods

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