The first official music video from Dallas, Texas-based death peddlers DEVOURMENT is out today. The sinister and tumultuous visual depiction of the closing track to DEVOURMENT‘s fifth studio full-length Conceived In Sewage, “Parasitic Eruption” was filmed with Malone Pictures, and sees its premiere today via extreme metal port Metal Injection.
Commendations on Conceived In Sewage continue to pour in from fans and media alike, many referring to the album’s mosh-murder rampage as the strongest and skilled DEVOURMENT material to date. Stream all nine trampling tracks on that bastard now via Terrorizer.
Catch up on all of the latest news on DEVOURMENT and check out the new merch designs and ordering options for Conceived In Sewage at the band’s page at Relapse HERE.
DEVOURMENT will take the album’s deathcrush to the road this Spring; pending live actions include a brutal bash March 15th in Brooklyn alongside Internal Bleeding and Malignancy followed by The Philly Infest alongside Brutal Truth, Phobia, Master, Malignancy, Embalmer and Cannabis Corpse the next day, and the Las Vegas Deathfest with Defeated Sanity, Regurgitation, Infernal Dominion, Embalmer and tons more on June 15th. Stay tuned for further live invasions to be confirmed.
Interviews with DEVOURMENT are available now via phone and email or in-person at their upcoming shows. For promo requests, in North/South America contact firstname.lastname@example.org, in Europe contact email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org for the UK.
DEVOURMENT Live Carnage:
3/15/2013 The Place Bar and Lounge – Brooklyn, NY w/ Internal Bleeding, Malignancy, more
3/16/2013 Gunners Run – Philadelphia, PA @ The Philly Infest w/ Brutal Truth, Phobia, Master, Malignancy, Embalmer, Cannabis Corpse, more
6/15/2013 The Cheyenne Saloon – Las Vegas, NV @ Las Vegas Deathfest w/ Defeated Sanity, Regurgitation, Infernal Dominion, Embalmer
“…death metal of the highest order… 5/5 – Album of the Month” – Terrorizer
“…an album you want to listen to if you’re in the mood for brutality. 5/5” – Headbang or GTFO
“This album feels bigger, better, fatter, heavier, more balanced, more thoughtful and just really NEW! 5/5” – Guttural Death
“This is by far one of the heaviest records I’ve ever heard. 5/5” – Stereokiller