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A HIGHER DEMISE Reveal News On New 'TO DEATH OR VICTORY' EP





A HIGHER DEMISE Release News On Upcoming EP 'TO DEATH OR VICTORY' Out 1st September


After hitting the universe hard with their acclaimed 2014 EP release 'The Doctor Will See You Now', Kent (UK) based melodic metalcore outfit 'A Higher Demise' deliver news of their new and highly-anticipated new 7 track EP.


The emerging 5 piece recognised for their brutal metal fuelled riffs, melodic sensibility and screamed out verses leading to almighty chorus hooks, have been back in the studio throughout 2016 with Stakeout Studios resident producer/engineer 'Jason Wilson' (Ghost Of A Thousand/You Me At Six/We Are The Ocean etc). The 7 track EP titled 'To Death Or Victory' shall be available to officially download on 1st September 2017.


Showcasing new material on the live stage, Charlie Serafini (Vox), Terence Beckley (Guitar/Vox), Daniel Pape (Guitar), Rachael Tarr (Bass/Vox) and James 'Dag' Farrell (Drums), A Higher Demise have been trawling across the UK from many live shows this year. Having previously shared stages with the likes of One Machine and Devilment, the young British metal crew continually prove they can deliver energetic and polished live performances in venues of any size. Recently announcing Charlie Serafini's departure as AHD's frontman, the persistent and ambitious outfit shall be ploughing into future tours and releases with a new frontman. Details will be available soon. 









To Death Or Victory Track-listing:


01 - Looking In
02 - Entropy
03 - Tear It Down
04 - The End Of Us
05 - In The First Place
06 - The Obituary
07 - Endgame



Check out footage from recording 'To Death Or Victory' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AF5N9GnuGM







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