DEIVOS: MetalBite Premieres “Nuclear Wind” By Polish Death Metal Quintet; Sixth Album, Casus Belli, Nears Release Via Selfmadegod Records

[photo by Marcin Studziński]

Lublin, Poland’s long-running death metal quartet DEIVOS is on the verge of releasing their sixth studio full-length, Casus Belli, through Selfmadegod in late November. With the release of the new album on the smoldering horizon, the new single “Nuclear Wind” has been premiered through MetalBite, alongside an interrogation with vocalist Hubert Banach.

After recording the drums at Roslyn Studio, and the bass at Kamil Home Studio, the bulk of DEIVOSCasus Belli including guitars and vocals were handled at Zed Studio in Chechło Poland, where they recorded several of their prior albums. The record was also mixed and mastered at Zed Studio by Tomek Zalewski (Decapitated, Crionics, Thy Disease), and completed with album art by Maciej Kamuda (Sleep, Coffins, Pathology). Fans of Suffocation, Cryptopsy, Decapitated, Yattering, and similar acts are highly advised to check out DEIVOS.

Stream DEIVOS’ “Nuclear Wind” and read the full interview at MetalBite RIGHT HERE.

Selfmadegod Records will release Casus Belli on CD, including a limited boxed edition, and digital formats on November 29th. Find preorders at the label webshop HERE and Bandcamp where “Ataraxy” is streaming HERE.

Watch for additional news to be issued in the days ahead.

DEIVOS originated in 1997, releasing their first demo, Praised By Generations, in 1999. In 2003, they released the Hostile Blood MCD through Butchery Music, the EP enthusiastically accepted by the underground death community. In 2004, the band started to write new material for their first record which was ultimately recorded in January and February 2006 at the famous Hertz Studio (Decapitated, Vader). The record, entitled Emanation From Below, was released in Poland by Empire Records in November 2006. Thanks to Metal Mind Productions, in January 2008 the record was subsequently released in Europe and then in the US in 2008.

At the end of 2008 the band once again entered Hertz studio to record their second album Gospel Of Maggots, the album gaining the attention of Unique Leader Records who released it in February 2010. Following lineup changes, the band revisited Hertz Studio in February 2011 to record their third full-length effort, Demiurge Of The Void, which was also released by Unique Leader in September 2011.

Following a four-year gap, DEIVOS signed with Selfmadegod Records for the release of their crushing Theodicy album in February 2015. The band’s Endemic Divine album followed through Selfmadegod in February 2017, and the band’s more rapid recording and releasing schedule now continues in 2019 with the November 2019 release of their sixth album, Casus Belli.