GRAVE MIASMA Premiere New Song – “Erudite Decomposition”

GRAVE MIASMA Premiere New Song – “Erudite Decomposition”
Occult death metal band GRAVE MIASMA have premiered a brand new track off their forthcoming album, Abyss Of Wrathful Deities. The song – “Erudite Composition” – is streaming now at CvltNation.com.
The band had this to say about the song, “This track was the first complete composition from the ‘Abyss of Wrathful Deities’ LP and one we performed live numerous times. A menacing and meandering ride, it also features a characteristic whammy bar-assaulting solo from departed guitarist R. To us, it exemplifies the bridging between the ‘Endless Pilgrimage’ era to the present, a vessel hurtling towards unknown gods.”
Stream “Erudite Composition” now at this location.
Abyss of Wrathful Deities will be out on CD, vinyl, cassette and digital formats through Dark Descent Records (US) and Sepulchral Voice (Europe) on May 14th.
Pre-order Abyss of Wrathful Deities at:
Dark Descent Records (US): darkdescentrecords.bandcamp.com
Sepulchral Voice Records (Europe): sepulchralvoicerecords.bandcamp.com
GRAVE MIASMA recently released the official music video for album track “Rogyapa.” Stream it at youtu.be/mzjidD9NptM
Track Listing:
01. Guardians of Death (05:52)
02. Rogyapa (06:46)
03. Ancestral Waters (06:42)
04. Erudite Decomposition (06:27)
05. Under the Megalith (06:22)
06. Demons of the Sand (06:02)
07. Interlude (01:08)
08. Exhumation Rites (07:17)
09. Kingdoms Beyond Kailash (06:15)
The artwork for Abyss Of Wrathful Deities was done by Ars Moriendee (DRAHG).
Abyss Of Wrathful Deities is GRAVE MIASMA’s latest opus after five years of quiescence. Bone-breaking, aggressive and demonic Death Metal pairs with the accomplished and progressive production of Jaime Gomez Arellano (Orgone Studios), forming a sepulchral miasma which elevates the band’s songwriting to a previously unrivaled level.
Developing on the powerful and dark sound pursued on Endless Pilgrimage, the London trio presents nine distinctively enigmatic tracks on death and resurrection, the demons of far-away lands and Tibetan burial rituals. GRAVE MIASMA are both the circling vulture and the epiphany, equally well-versed in the raw and primitive as they are in technical lead guitar orgies. Music not as a means of style, but as an accurately-wielded sharp scythe.
The reverence to South American titans is obvious, yet the band has the approach of merging (de)composition with creativity, creating a contemporary yet absolutely timeless atmosphere.
Do not gaze long into the abyss, for it will devour you…
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