Remember earlier this week we were speculating about a teaser that had become available, well we can now reveal that this tour will be happening.
And maybe Rings of Saturn too?
Featuring : Whitechapel, Thy Art Is Murder, Carnifex, Obey The Brave, Fallujah, Make Them Suffer and Polar!
With the arrival of new genres the likes of the space age Djent or more retro takes on originality combining the classic a modern twist. Deathcore you would imagine would be seeing a decline. Nevertheless, ten years on Carnifex stake their claim at the crown once more. Enlisting producer and mastermind Jason Suecof the band recorded the follow up to 2014’s Die Without Hope. Though the album’s title could be a tip of the hat towards the demise of Deathcore will Carnifex emerge victorious or be yet another to fall victim to Deathcore’s monotone roots.
Abandoned warehouse parties and death, what more could you want?
For those who might have watched the first two instalments of Carnifex’s making of series the band now bring their third studio diary into the fold.
After detailing what the album’s tone will be for their first making of Carnifex invite you back into the studio to see what the more nitty gritty process is behind the creation of Slow Death.
Previously releasing their gore soaked video for their track “Drown Me In Blood“, Carnifex have now gone a little further to release a playthrough of the brand new track.
Scott Lewis has kindly been able to illustrate the band’s decision behind the artwork seen on Slow Death.
Having just had the blistering Impericon tour come through this Spring we now get to be treated to the real meat and potatoes this Autumn.
The band’s brand new single is a very good starting point for their album Slow Death.
The Deathcore giants will be releasing their brand new album Slow Death this summer!