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Indian black metal act Heathen Beast premieres a new song and music video for "The Systematic Annihilation of Islam", taken from the upcoming new EP "Rise Of The Saffron Empire", which will be out in stores April 25 via Transcending Obscurity India (CD and digitally).
Check out now "The Systematic Annihilation of Islam" below.
Heathen Beast also commented on its sound and lyrical themes: More...
India's Heathen Beast released the new EP "The Drowning of the Elephant God" earlier this year, and the band has now posted the title track online for streaming. Check out the song in the player below, or find the previously posted video for "Contaminating the Ganges" at this location. For more info on Heathen Beast, head over to the band's Facebook profile.
Indian black metal act Heathen Beast has released a new music video for the song "Contaminating The Ganges," which comes off the band's latest EP "The Drowning of the Elephant God" and can be viewed below.
Heathen Beast also commented on its sound and lyrical themes:
"Heathen Beast believes in no god and no religion. We write about the world and it's religion as we see it, we write about how it encompass and controls the masses in our country India. Our music symbolizes self belief and the fact that we choose our own path and make our own destiny. There is no God that writes your life and not everything that is bad in this world is a consequence of that karma. You are responsible. Heathen Beast plays a form of brutal metal to connect with those who think like we do. The Heathen Beast Shall Be Unleashed Upon Thee.
"Heathen Beast is the formation of three. Carvaka who believes religion was invented and made up by men, having no divine authority. Samkhya who denies the existence of God. Mimamsa who rejects the notion of God and says that human action itself is enough to create the necessary circumstances for the enjoyment of its fruits."