INHERIT DISEASE: New Track From West Coast Death Militia Playing At Decibel; Release Of Unique Leader-Bound Ephemeral Full-Length Draws Near

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Ephemeral is the impending new long player from Ventura, California-based technical death metal unit, INHERIT DISEASE. The follow-up to 2010’s seminal Visceral Transcendence was tracked at Seahorse Sound Studios by Samur Khouja (Condemned, Arkaik, Flesh Consumed) and mixed and mastered by Sasha Borovykh (Epicardiectomy, Cerebral Effusion) at Tsun Tsun Productions. Once again adorned with the stunningly disturbing cover creation of Yang Guang, Ephemeral, explores the realms of our dark future.

In advance of its release April 8th, Decibel Magazine delivers the sonic punishment of third cut, “Divergence,” noting of the track, “With the basement-dwelling low heaviness of the most offensive of brutal death metal, yet enough labyrinthine riff complexity to get your GPS lost, the band’s upcoming third full-length Ephemeral appeals to the inner caveman and physicist within us all. Get your brain exploded and your skull imploded (simultaneously?) with this premiere.”

“Religion is the great plague of man,” adds INHERIT DISEASE collectively of the theme behind “Divergence.” “Science is the cure through utilization of technology. This is a song [guitarist] Derek [DeRoos] wrote most of. He kept rewriting and throwing out parts on this song because they weren’t hard enough to play. It took forever to finish. It’s all over the place and hard as hell to play!”

Bend your mind to the sounds of “Divergence,” courtesy of Decibel Magazine, at THIS LOCATION.

You can also sample “Spiritual Paralysis” HERE.

Preorder bundles for Ephemeral are currently available at THIS LOCATION.

Forged in 2002, INHERIT DISEASE have spent the last thirteen years perfecting their style of straight forward, yet original, innovative brutal death metal. Various lineup changes over the years have attributed to the band’s artistic growth, though the band solidified their cast adding second guitarist Tom Wilson in 2012 to promote more diverse song writing structures and to enhance the intensity of their live shows.