No Clean Singing is hosting an exclusive stream of Ancient Breath Of Forgotten Misanthropy – the monstrous third album from Polish death metal outfit, DIRA MORTIS – alongside a track-by-track breakdown of the entire record. The album is playing just days ahead of the record’s official release this Friday, December 25th through Selfmadegod Records.
On Ancient Breath Of Forgotten Misanthropy, DIRA MORTIS brings forth seven massive tracks of classic death metal tracks influenced by the likes of Incantation, Immolation, and Autopsy. The album was recorded, mixed, and mastered at Roslyn Studios with producer Krzysztof Godycki (Kult Mogi³, Morda Stigmata, Stillborn, Ulcer), and completed with cover art and layout by Bart³omiej Kurzok and photos by Marcin Studzinski. The album’s intro and outro were produced by £ukasz “Zenial” Sza³ankiewicz with Elene Aladashvili on vocals, and the track “Twilight Of Divine Purgatory” features a guest solo by Uappa Terror.
With their advance stream of the album, No Clean Singing writes in part, “It’s entirely possible that DIRA MORTIS do wish peace on earth and good will among men and women, but judging from the album it’s also likely they don’t believe that will happen naturally or through divine intervention. It will require a determined fight and an unquenchable spirit, and this raging, riotous, yet somehow even poignant album would make a good soundtrack for what is required.”
Visit No Clean Singing now to stream DIRA MORTIS’ Ancient Breath Of Forgotten Misanthropy early and check out the track-by-track feature RIGHT HERE.
Selfmadegod Records will release Ancient Breath Of Forgotten Misanthropy on CD and digital platforms on Christmas, this Friday, December 25th. Find preorders at the label webshop HERE and Bandcamp HERE.
DIRA MORTIS came into existence in 1998 in Gorlice, Poland, and continues to serve a powerful dose of ominous cemetery stench death metal. To date, the band has released records through the likes of Defense Records and Let It Bleed, with two full-length albums among a long line of demos, EPs, and more fleshing out their discography. In 2014, a compilation featuring the band’s early demos called Rusty Razor Cuts was released, and the following year, the band released their second album, Psalms Of Morbid Existence, which was highly appreciated in the music press and was promoted on many shows in Poland. DIRA MORTIS has played live alongside the likes of Marduk, Immolation, Parricide, Deformed, Antigama, Hypnos, Patologicum, Terrordome, and Chaos Synopsis.