BANISHER: Degrees Of Isolation Full-Length Streaming Exclusively At MetalBite; Album Sees Release This Week Though Selfmadegod Records

[photos by Łukasz Jaszak]

MetalBite Magazine is now streaming Degrees Of Isolation, the fourth album from Polish death metal crew BANISHER, alongside a detailed interview with the band. The exclusive stream feature hits just days ahead of the album’s official release through Selfmadegod Records this week.

Recorded by BANISHER‘s powerful lineup including members and ex-members of Decapitated, Belphegor, Vital Remains, Hate, Redemptor, and Shodan, Degrees Of Isolation delivers eight new songs totaling forty minutes of pulverization. The album was recorded at Invent-Sound Studio in Bydgoszcz, Poland and the cover art created by Łukasz Jaszak.

With their advance stream of BANISHER‘s new album, MetalBite writes in part, “With Degrees Of Isolation they deliver eight new songs totaling forty minutes of pulverization and it is the most advanced, diverse and mature (both musically and technically) album they have ever recorded. The lyrics are based on true events, which makes the music on Degrees Of Isolation all the more dark and depressive.”

Hear BANISHER’s crushing Degrees Of Isolation early, only through MetalBite, at THIS LOCATION.

Degrees Of Isolation will be released through Selfmadegod Records on CD, limited box CD, and all digital platforms this Saturday, February 29th. Find preorders at the label webshop HERE and Bandcamp HERE.

Also see the previously released official video for “Devil In ISO 5” HERE and the “Echoes” lyric video HERE.

Since their 2005 formation, BANISHER has delivered a captivating style of brutal death metal loaded with technical precision and an experimental/sci-fi flair, releasing albums through Torn Flesh Records, Unquiet Records, Deformeathing Production, as well as several independent demos and EPs. Their fourth album, Degrees Of Isolation appears to be the most diverse, mature, and both musically and technically advanced album they have ever captured. The lyrics are based on true events, which makes the music on Degrees Of Isolation all the more dark and depressive. Every song tackles the feelings and emotions experienced throughout incarceration, being held in custody, and after being acquitted.