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Abhorrent Decimation Release 'Miasmic Mutation' Full Album Teaser‏!



Abhorrent Decimation Release 'Miasmic Mutation' Full Album Teaser

One of the UK's most promising death metal bands Abhorrent Decimation recently revealed release details for their hugely anticipated debut album, Miasmic Mutation. Out September 25th, and with just over four weeks to D-Day, today marks the unveiling of a full album teaser; a video featuring a short clip from each song. 


Watch The Miasmic Mutation Full Album Teaser Here!
https://youtu.be/ZAcGQZejC5Y



Recorded and engineered by David Archer in the UK before making its way to Sweden to be mixed & mastered by sound wizard Ronnie Björnström (Aeon, Apostasy, Bodyfarm, Krow), the result is a death metal masterpiece.

In a sub-genre filled with mediocrity and where only those pushing boundaries are rising, Abhorrent Decimation are a breath of fetid air. The band harness a sound that is both brutal and catchy and that appeals to both the old school and the modern death metal fan. With Metal Hammer stating that, "The Londoners' full-length debut will be one of 2015's must-have death metal records," this quintet have hit the nail on the head and are bang on the money.



The band enlisted renowned Swedish artist Pär Olofsson to complete the Miasmic Mutation artwork (as seen above), famed for his work with bands such as Bloodshot Dawn, Exodus, Hour Of Penance and Revocation to name a few.



Abhorrent Decimation will tour throughout the UK in October in support of Miasmic Mutation, dates to follow.



Pre-Order Miasmic Mutation from the band's official website: www.abhorrentdecimation.com


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