Madrid, Spain-based avant-garde extreme metal band HYBRID will release its full-length debut, "The 8th Plague", on August 8.
Formed in 2004, HYBRID "mixes brutal death metal, black metal, doom, crust, grindcore and even Latin, bossa nova and crazy free jazz," according to a press release. "The 8th Plague" is features eight songs linked by an apocalyptic conceptual thread that represents human self destruction told through the stages of an insect's metamorphosis.
"The 8th Plague" track listing:
I Ovum: Alienation
01. Hundred Years Ocean
02. Soul Prolapse
03. Sleep Of The Defeated
II Larva: Narcotization
04. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
05. Sun Burnt
III Chrysallis: Transformation
IV Imago: Obliteration
07. The Omega Swarm
08. Ashes Of Babylon
"The 8th Plague" was mastered by Alan Douches (SUFFOCATION, MASTODON, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN) and is said to be "essential listening" for fans of CEPHALIC CARNAGE, MESHUGGAH, TEXTURES and ION DISSONANCE. The cover artwork was designed by Seldon Hunt (NEUROSIS, ISIS, MELVINS).
For more information, visit www.eyesofsound.com.
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