Italian black/thrash metal veterans NECRODEATH will release their brand new album, "Idiosyncrasy", in October via Scarlet Records. This new effort is arguably the band's most challenging so far, both musically and lyrically, consisting in one single, 40-minute-long track which sums NECRODEATH's musical approach without necessarily trying to sound "progressive." Drummer Peso has once again written the majority of the music, this time with a big help from guitarist Pier Gonella, whose importance within the band's dynamics is constantly increasing. Singer Flegias and Peso are co-authors of the lyrical concept, inspired by the eternal conflict between good and evil and the struggle towards reaching the interior peace against all odds.
"Idiosyncrasy" was recorded at Outer Sound Studios in Rome, Italy and Music Art Studios in Rapallo, Italy and mixed by Giuseppe Orlando (NOVEMBRE). The artwork, inspired by Quentin Tarantino's classic movie "Reservoir Dogs", was created by Nerve Design (NILE, THRESHOLD, VISION DIVINE, BULLDOZER). Leif Jensen (DEW-SCENTED) is credited as a very special guest on vocals.
A trailer for the new album can be seen below.
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