DEMON EYE: Decibel Streams “Dying For It” By North Carolina Occult Metal Collective; Soulseller-Bound Prophecies And Lies Preorders Available


“‘Dying For It’ is a hard-charger with a bit of Voivod dissonance meets classic Dio.” – DEMON EYE

Prophecies And Lies, the forthcoming full-length from North Carolina-based occult metal collective DEMON EYE, will see release via Soulseller Records in the coming weeks.

Captured by Corrosion Of Conformity’s Mike Dean in the band’s hometown of Raleigh, the eleven-track burner finds DEMON EYE‘s fiery fusion of heavy classic rock, proto metal, and traditional doom at its most intense to date. A monolithic display of mighty riffs, haunting melodies, and fist-raising anthems, DEMON EYE conjures vintage, heavy darkness for modern day evils.

Today, Decibel Magazine is streaming the band’s latest single “Dying For It” at THIS LOCATION.

Issues the band of the track, “‘Dying For It’ is a hard-charger with a bit of Voivod dissonance meets classic Dio. Lyrically, it represents the loud voices we hear in the world, those who make bold claims, but who ultimately would never put their lives on the line for anyone else.”

Prophecies And Lies will be available on CD, vinyl, and digital formats August 11th in Europe followed by a North American release date of September 8th. For US CD preorders go to THIS LOCATION. For US LP preorders go to THIS LOCATION. For orders outside of the US, go HERE.

If you missed it, sample album opener, “The Waters And The Wild,” below as well as “The Redeemer,” still streaming at The Obelisk at THIS LOCATION.

DEMON EYE will a play a record release show in August with Captain Beyond with additional live performances to be announced in the weeks to come.

8/18/2017 Pourhouse – Raleigh, NC w/ Captain Beyond [info]

DEMON EYE was unearthed in Raleigh, North Carolina during the Spring of 2012. Shortly thereafter, the band began receiving international recognition for their highly-acclaimed songcraft and stunning live performances. DEMON EYE channels the introspective darkness of Pentagram, the heavy grooves of Black Sabbath, and the fist-banging shred of early Iron Maiden. They have shared the stage with the likes of Pentagram, Corrosion Of Conformity, High On Fire, Spirit Caravan, The Obsessed, The Sword, King’s X, Loincloth, YOB, Witch Mountain, Lord Dying, and many more of their heavy brethren.

In early 2014, the band issued released their Soulseller Records debut, Leave The Light, which met with excellent worldwide reviews and earned them festival invites. Three years into their career, they released Tempora Infernalia which brought them to even wider audiences and solidified their fan base within the international metal community. Sputnik Music placed it among the “strongest albums 2015,” lauded a, “fine offering of smoky, doom-tinged ’70s-style occult rock with reverent nods to Deep Purple, The Scorpions, Black Sabbath and Thin Lizzy,” while Decibel Magazine hailed the band’s, “doomy, very melodic dourness,” adding, “there’s no reason to not get pumped.” Added Pop Matters, “DEMON EYE whips listeners into a frenzy with a series of witchy songs that call to mind the classic era of ‘eavy rock,” DEMON EYE remains hellbent on bringing their hook-laden, dark riffin’ songcraft to fans far and wide.”

“Songwriting has always been a feature of their work, but to hear them groove their way through ‘Dying For It’ or the swaggering ‘The Redeemer,’ their path of development seems to have taken another forward step in efficiency even from where it was two years ago… as the returning lineup of guitarist/vocalist Erik Sugg, lead guitarist Larry Burlison, bassist/vocalist Paul Walz and drummer/vocalist Bill Eagen dig into the cowbell and dual leads of ‘Vagabond,’ the motor-riffing of ‘In The Spider’s Eye’ or the crisp, ’70s proto-metallic starts and stops in the verses of ‘The Redeemer,’ it’s their penchant for memorable choruses that unites Prophecies And Lies across its eleven tracks/forty-two minutes…” – The Obelisk

“As far as the retro-rock/proto-doom spectrum is concerned, you might not hear a better album this year.” – Hellbound