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Tech death band Deformatory has released another track off the band's new album "In The Wake of Pestilence," due out December 6th, 2013.
Give "The Forthcoming End" a listen in the player below, or you can listen to the previously posted song "Metamorphosis" at this location.
"In The Wake of Pestilence" was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Dan Rogers at From The Frost Audio in Ottawa.
Deformatory - Ottawa's maniacal technical death metal band - has released a new song off the upcoming debut album "In The Wake of Pestilence."
Check out the song "Metamorphosis" in the player below. The new album "In The Wake of Pestilence" will be available on December 6th, 2013.
Ottawa's technical death metal maniacs Deformatory have released the album title, track listing, and artwork for an upcoming full-length record.
Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Dan Rogers at From The Frost Audio (Fumigation, Carneia, etc.), "In The Wake of Pestilence" is set to be released in the Fall of 2013. The artwork was designed by Remy Cuveillier of Headsplit Design in France. The band consists of:
Charlie Leduc (Placentophagia/Anesthetik/In Tormenting Reverie) - Lead Vocals and Guitar
Jeffery Calder - Guitar
Justin Brazeau - Bass
Neil Grandy (ex-Dichotic) - Drums More...
Canada's Deformatory has checked in with the following update about working on an upcoming new album:
"Recording update: we officially started the recording process for our full-length album (artwork and title to follow sooooooon!)
"Neil 'One Take' Grandy laid down the drums for all 9 songs in 2 days. This guy is a beast and so far, it's sounding BEASTLY.
"We got video footage of Neil's work which we'll be posting in the very near future. Up next week - GUITARS! Stay Deformed!"
For more info on the band, head over to the Deformatory Facebook profile.
Ottawa act Deformatory has checked in with the following update about working on a new album:
"We've been writing tons of new music for the upcoming full-length album that we're positive you're going to dig. Lots of chaotic, technical bro0otality with a hefty dose of old-school riffs to bring it back; these new tracks are wicked.
"We have chosen an album title (which we'll release soon enough), and are working towards getting some killer artwork drawn up.
"Pre-production recordings are going well, and we're tightening up these technical beasts and who knows, maybe we'll launch a track or two for ya'll to hear and comment on.
"We'll be posting some videos in the upcoming weeks and will be looking for YOUR feedback.
"Until then, Stay Deformed."
Canada's Deformatory has issued the following announcement about parting ways with bassist Sam Nicholson:
"Sadly, these will be Sam's last 2 shows with us as our bass player. He has been an invaluable addition to the project and his contributions have been exceptional.
"We wish him the very best as he pursues University outside of Ottawa! Be sure to come out tonight and tomorrow to catch Sam in action - one last time - with us. STAY DEFORMED SAMANTHA!" More...
Deformatory has issued the following announcement about recording new material to release in September, as well as writing for a new full-length:
"A lot of you have been messaging us, wondering what's going on with us and what do we have in store for the future. Well...
"We're currently recording a few tracks that we will be releasing for free for all of you. Expect these babies in September! We're preparing to record our a first music video (with one of the newly recorded tracks). Expect that around the same time...
"We're in full-force writing mode, working hard on ALL BRAND NEW material for our full-length concept album. We decided that we didn't want to take 'older' songs and throw them onto this record. We're writing with new energy, fresh ideas and incorporating elements that we hope will deform the barriers, so to speak. We are really excited about the new material that Charlie and Jeff are writing and we're positive you guys will be too.
"We're re-designing our website so that we can regularly keep everybody updated with the progress of the album and writing process. Stay tuned for an official launch in a month's time. More...
Canadian act Deformatory has checked in with the following 2011 year-end recap and statement to fans:
"2011 was such an amazing year and we are SO grateful for each and every one of YOU for making it possible!
"We promise that 2012 will be the Year of the Deformed! We have TONS of great things already in the works and we're psyched to share them with you slowly but surely...
"THANK YOU once again for helping to make 2011 a year to remember... NOW let's make 2012 a year that will make history."
Deformatory also recently posted in-studio footage of the band's time working on the "Believe the Lie" single, which is available here.
Deformatory has posted more studio footage online from the recording of the "Believe The Lie" single. You can check out the clip below, and the band commented:
"As promised, here is our next studio video for our upcoming single 'Believe The Lie' which will be available on 11-11-11 !
"We will release the song exclusively on our website for you to stream on 11-11-11 and when you pick up a CD at our show with First Fragment on Sunday November 13 - you will get a password to download the track for FREE! Check it out and STAY DEFORMED!!"
The previously posted "Believe The Lie" studio footage is also still available online by heading over to this location.
Ottawa's Deformatory recorded the new single "Believe the Lie" at Pebble Studios in Barrhaven, ON with producer Mike Bond. The band has now posted more footage online from the recording session, which can be viewed below. "Believe The Lie" is set for release on November 11th, 2011.
Ottawa based death metal act Deformatory is set to release the new single "Believe The Lie" on November 11th, 2011. The band has now posted in-studio footage of drum recording sessions, which can be viewed in the clip below. You can also find more details on the band via the Deformatory Facebook profile.