Progressive grindcore division ANTIGAMA has posted a new video trailer for their looming sixth LP, Meteor, forecasted to impact the planet on May 28th via Selfmadegod. In a fully visual, artistic fashion with no commentary, the video not only portrays the process of venturing into new territory and finding inspiration in continuing the band’s ever-expanding sound, it also disburses audio from the album publicly for the first time.
Witness this precursor for the detonation predicted from Meteor’s impact:
ANTIGAMA’s sixth studio full-length since forming in 2000, Meteor is the revered act’s first proper album since 2009’s acclaimed Warning, and following two LPs with Relapse Records, will see the band returning to longtime allies Selfmadegod Records, their first LP for the label since 2005’s innovative Zeroland. The recently completed composition Meteor once again proves all over again why the band continually reaps such accolades with the media fans as both one of the most brutal bands of the genre as well as one of the most cutting-edge. With eleven new tracks of primal ANTIGAMA annihilation, Meteor reverts back to some of the bands more intimately brutal early material with thirty minutes of ultra-tight grindcore explosiveness, yet continues to carry the band’s detrimentally inventive edge, integrating brief progressive soundtrack ventures and more noise and programming elements. Recorded at Progresja Studio in Warsaw with producer Pawel “Janos” Grabowski (Masachist, Lost Soul) and mastered by Scott Hull (Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Pig Destroyer), the album also features a guest appearance by Michal Lapaj from world renowned Polish progressive rock band Riverside.