Decapitated - New Song Online

"Homo Sum", a brand-new track from Polish technical death metal act Decapitated, is now available over at Also, an interview with frontman Wacław "Vogg" Kiełtyka can be read at the same location.

"Homo Sum" comes off the band's upcoming album Carnival Is Forever, which is set to be released on July 12th through Nuclear Blast Records. More album details were previously reported over here.

Band profile: Decapitated
Posted: 01.07.2011 by Kriegsphilosoph


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01.07.2011 - 18:23
Fabiana Thoresen
It sounds like Fear factory... Damn! Where is the Death metal?!?!???! bitter disappointment....:nono:
01.07.2011 - 18:25
I like this song. But I have noticed a few things that I might rub me the wrong way. The riff is abit too clean compared to the previous albums. Plus, probably its just me..but the singer lacks abit of power(again compared to the previous ones) behind his vocals
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01.07.2011 - 22:36
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Written by Fabiana Thoresen on 01.07.2011 at 18:23

It sounds like Fear factory... Damn! Where is the Death metal?!?!???! bitter disappointment....:nono:

Exactly but riffs are killer. Lets wait for the new album how it gonna sound.

02.07.2011 - 04:30
Void Eater
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Based on the album preview, I predicted that this song and 404 would be significantly below average, while the other songs would be different, but good. Well, this song is below average, and the only other song I've heard in full is The Knife, which is good, so I'm currently correct.
02.07.2011 - 19:18
Well...they are changing they style a little bit, like they did on all of their previous albums, which is good (a band evolving and developing their sound is imo better than hearing the same stuff all over again for decades) and now they have a whole new line-up :S so for the song, to be honest it's better than i expected, the whole album might not be as "brutal" as for example winds of creation but "brutality" is a shitty attribute to judge an album by. So, personally i like the effort they've put into this one, the ideas and their musical talent (as far as i could hear by now..we'll be able to give a full review in 10 days), obviously they are picking up on the industrial and progressive elements from organic hallucinosis which is...different, not exactly what we're used to but as i said before, i like the new sound, just as i liked organic hallucinosis. The vocals...another vocalist change and to be honest i'm very positively surprised because (ok i know it could have been better i'm a fan of the good old guttural vocals too) i expected much less, in fact i was afraid the vocals might take a turn to "core-screams" but it's very good that Rafal at least does his best to try and pull of something like a guttural vocal

so for my part i can only say that i liked what i've heared so far from this album
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03.07.2011 - 14:48
Malphas +1 \m/
03.07.2011 - 20:59
Just doesn't sound the same without Vitek.
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03.07.2011 - 21:56
Sean 79
Not a fan of a lot of modern death metal but loved the first two Decapitated albums. Didn't really like it. Bit Fear Factory ish alright and an Opeth ish bit in the middle. Sounds like a lot of the death/deathcore stuff that has plauged the scene. Just my opinion.

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