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DISTANT reveals details for new album ‘Heritage’; launches new single/video “Orphan Of Blight”

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(Cover Artwork by: Pedro Sena (logo and additional artwork by: Alan Grnja))

On February 10thDISTANT – the multinational down-tempo/deathcore juggernaut from Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and the Slovak Republic – will release their third full-length, Heritage, via Century Media Records. The previously released album tracks – “Exofilth” and “Human Scum” – can be streamed online now, with new single, “Orphan Of Blight”, also available on all digital platforms here. The video for “Orphan Of Blight” [directed by Bart Sperling (Rock Steady Visual)] can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_ud9ybyRZI

DISTANT comments: “If there ever was to be a song that encapsulates everything DISTANT is, then it’s ‘Orphan of Blight’ from our upcoming album, ‘Heritage’. With our signature mix of theatrical and energetic delivery, ‘Orphan of Blight’ also includes an opera singer as the wonderful icing on a devastating deathcore cake!”

Pre-order Heritage now at: https://DistantBand.lnk.to/Heritage – where the record is available in the following formats:

–Ltd. CD Digipak
–Black LP             
–Transp. red LP available from CM Distro Wholesale EU, CMdistro.de and USA outlets (limited to 500 copies)
–White LP available from CM Distro Wholesale EU and CMdistro.de (limited to 300 copies)
–White-red marbled LP available from Distant (limited to 500 copies)
–Digital album
 

With an impressive discography of two highly regarded LPs plus a number of singles and EPs behind them, DISTANT is poised to become the face of European deathcore. Heritage – DISTANT’s Century Media debut – sees the five-piece take things to a new level, with a musical and lyrical reckoning: the album continues on the thematic, sci-fi-leaning lyrical cycle which the band transposed from aural intensity to the published page with vocalist Alan Grnja’s and bassist Elmer Maurits’ first novel, The Rise of Tyrannotophia. Already seen and heard across stages worldwide (including 2022’s Summer Breeze and Brutal Assault, as well as North America’s “Chaos & Carnage” tour with labelmates Lorna Shore and Suicide Silence), the tracks found on Heritage once again deliver DISTANT’s signature brand of down-tuned and downtempo heaviness. This is the sound of deathcore rising…

DISTANT live:
Jan. 8, 2023 – Tilburg (NL) – 13 (w/ Shadow of Intent)

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(Photo credit: Luca Roman)

DISTANT line-up:
Alan Grnja – vocals
Elmer Maurits – bass guitar
Nouri Yetgin – lead guitar
Vladimir Golic – rhythm guitar
Jan Mato – drums

DISTANT online:
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