Decrepit Birth - Detail New Album, Stream New Single

Hailing from California, the esoteric technical death metallers Decrepit Birth are set to release their first new album in seven years, Axis Mundi, on July 21st via Agonia Records (Europe / rest of the world) and Nuclear Blast Records (North America). "Epigenic Triplicity" is the first single to be revealed from the record. Listen to the track in the form of a 360 VR lyric video right now and share your impressions.

"We've gone through an evolution throughout the years," says founding member and primary songwriter Matt Sotelo. "The last couple of albums we had, Diminishing Between Worlds and Polarity, were more progressive death metal. They were different from …And Time Begins, which is a different genre of death metal. It's more brutal. I'm the type of guy who likes to experiment. …And Time Begins has no solos. It's all really fast palm-muted riffs. The other albums breathed more with the guitars. I let chords ring out on Diminishing Between Worlds and Polarity. Axis Mundi is combination of all the stuff I'm into. I like it a lot right now. It's more melodic. The riffs repeat intentionally. I want to have fun with these songs."


01. Vortex of Infinity…Axis Mundi
02. Spirit Guide
03. The Sacred Geometry
04. Hieroglyphic
05. Transcendental Paradox
06. Mirror of Humanity
07. Ascendant
08. Epigenetic Triplicity
09. Embryogenesis
10. Orion
11. Desprate Cry
12. Infecting the Crypts

The album was recorded at three different studios over the course of a year with mixing and mastering of Stefano Morabito at 16th Cellar Studios. The cover artwork was made by renowned fantasy artist Dan Seagrave (Morbid Angel, Entombed, The Devil Wears Prada).

Band profile: Decrepit Birth
Posted: 19.05.2017 by BloodTears


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19.05.2017 - 17:09
"The Quaker"
Geez the mix of the vocals...
19.05.2017 - 23:11
Dan Seagrave never disappoints. As for the music- meh.
20.05.2017 - 03:35
The Psilosopher
They are a band who put a lot of time and effort into songwriting as was evident with their last brilliant album. Was waiting a long time for this, hopefully this is as good. And what a stellar fucking cover, single is decent too.

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