Rochester, NY’s most revered and blood-splattered death metal sons, UNDEATH, have reached the US and Canadian Billboard charts with their debut album – Lesions Of A Different Kind. Entering the charts at the following positions:
#17 Current Hard Music Albums (US)
#19 Top New Artist Albums (US)
#49 Top Independent Albums (US)
#105 Top Current Albums (US)
#190 Billboard Top 200 (US)
#47 Hard Music Albums (Canada)
Receiving widespread acclaim, Lesions Of A Different Kind’s brand of true old school death metal with a modern twist has elicited positive critical response across the larger metal community. Now onto the eighth vinyl variant of the album – with new colourways due to land soon – and one of the fastest selling pre-orders in Prosthetic Records’ 22 year history, UNDEATH’s appeal and limitless potential is one of death metal’s most enticing breakout stories of 2020. Lesions Of A Different Kind has so far been pressed on the following colourways:
Black (300 copies)
Tan with Red and Green Splatter (150 copies) – SOLD OUT!
Transluscent Purple (250 copies) – SOLD OUT!
Blood Red (200 copies) – SOLD OUT!
Blue with Purple Splatter (400 copies) – SOLD OUT!
Transparent Purple with Gold Splatter (200 copies) – SOLD OUT!
Half Purple, Half Green (200 copies) – SOLD OUT!
Clear with Blood Splatter (300 copies)
Lesions of a Different Kind is available to order HERE.
Praise for Lesions of a Different Kind:
“If you’re a sucker for the guttural pummel of contemporary acts like Undergang, Phrenelith and Tomb Mold, you’ll have a whale of a time with this one.” – The Quietus
“It’s easy to see why they’re quickly catching on; Lesions Of A Different Kind is a pulverizing, relentless record.” – Brooklyn Vegan
“Lesions Of A Different Kind thrives on barbaric inspiration and flourishes in filth…” – New Noise Magazine
“An excellent death metal experience” – Heavy Music Headquarters
With plenty to still celebrate, UNDEATH have made their album release show – which was filmed on October 23 at Songbyrd DC – available in its entirety on YouTube. Playing Lesions Of A Different Kind in full, the set was originally live-streamed from the venue on release day to fans across the world.