With the release of Ohio death metal quartet DISMEMBERMENT’s second album, Arc Of Ancients, now just over a week away, the new song “Through Earth & Steel” has been issued through a premiere hosted by New Noise Magazine.
Offers the band’s Luke Shively with the premiere, “The final single from Arc Of Ancients has arrived. ‘Through Earth & Steel….’ is all over the place so brace yourselves, it’s a ripper from start to finish!”
Hear DISMEMBERMENT’s “Through Earth & Steel” via New Noise Magazine at THIS LOCATION.
Arc Of Ancients will see release on LP, CD, and digital platforms through Creator-Destructor next Friday, November 8th. Find preorders at the label webshop HERE and via Bandcamp where “Once Forsaken” and “Perdition’s Flame” are streaming HERE.
In a time fueled by instant gratification and oversaturation, DISMEMBERMENT has chosen to avoid the common path. Since the band’s formation in the winter of 2010, the band has forged their own way, fueled by fierce determination and perseverance. Over recent years, DISMEMBERMENT has continued to grow into a well-oiled machine, booking their own shows, traveling, and recording and releasing albums on their own finances, while continually pushing themselves and their unique brand of metal to new heights. Their catalog includes two EPs — The Condemned (2011) and Denied Salvation (2012) – and their 2014-released debut LP, Embrace The Dark. It is only now, with their second LP, Arc Of Ancients, that the truly destructive nature of DISMEMBERMENT’s sound is fully apparent.
Arc Of Ancients further expands on DISMEMBERMENT’s searing sound as heard on the prior album, Embrace The Dark, yet reinforces it with the ferocity of their earlier recordings. Arc Of Ancients was recorded and mixed by the band, mastered by Dan Randall at Mammoth Sound Mastering, and as with prior releases, the album artwork was handled by renowned artist Andrei Bouzikov.
DISMEMBERMENT has taken their unique blitzkrieg black-thrash attack across the nation many times over, including touring with greats such as Master and Solstice, and having shared the stage with the likes of Mayhem, Immolation, Morbid Angel, Gorguts, Incantation, Death Angel, and countless more.