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Subterranean Disposition’s new album, entitled “Contagiuum and the Landscapes of Failure” is less than a month away and now a video clip for “All Roads Lead to Perdition” has come online and can be viewed below.
Terry Vainoras of Subterranean Disposition comments: "'All Roads Lead To Perdition' touches lyrically on many facets of our decline as a species that could attribute to an extinction event or apocalypse in our lifetimes. To me the tone of the music invokes a similar feeling when reading Cormac Macarthy’s 'The Road' - a post apocalyptic journey down that road to hell, so I have tried to combine that feeling with the lyric concepts in an open to interpretation way, following the dynamics of the music very close visually on its long trip, from ignorance to disorder, death and beyond."
The new album's track listing is as follows:
1. Hungry Ghosts on Rotten Soil
2. Wooden Kimono Fixative
4. All Roads Lead to Perdition
5. A lifelong Slumber
6. Aggressors Clothed as Victims More...
Saskatoon label Hypnotic Dirge Records will be releasing the self-titled album from Australian ambient doom band Subterranean Disposition on September 1st. The band is sharing the fifteen minute opus "The Most Subtle of Storms" over on the label's Bandcamp page, or listen to it below. This song has been streaming awhile and will be included on the album.
The one man brainchild known as Subterranean Disposition is the creative vehicle of Terry Vainoras, who has been in every genre of Australian band possible. His previous acts include Damage (grindcore), Earth (melodic death), Order Of Chaos (hardcore), Hellspawn (black metal) and Cryptal Darkness, The Eternal and Insomnius dei (doom).