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The multi-national death metal wizards from Serocs are back, due to release "And When the Sky Was Opened" on November 27 via Comatose Music. The label comments:
"'And When The Sky Was Opened' is a technical opus that explores the psychology of war and what world conflicts do to the human mind, both as an invader and as the invaded. Following the positive feedback from their previous album, 'The Next,' Serocs has perfected those elements to create this extreme masterpiece of controlled chaos.
"Not only is 'And When the Sky Was Opened' bound together by lyrical concepts, the album features a cohesive musical theme that sees all eight tracks coalesce to create a singular musical experience. Described by the band as a much more varied experience than its predecessors, the album is a double-edged sword that features some of Serocs' most technical and brutal material alongside their slowest and most crushing sections to date. 'And When the Sky Was Opened' was mixed by Neil Kernon [Nile] and mastered by Alan Douches. More...
Underground death metal collective Serocs will unleash "The Next" on October 1st through Comatose Music. "The Next" includes eight songs recorded in eight cities across the globe and also features guest appearances by musicians from around the world, including Antti Boman (Demilich), Chris Lollis (Lecherous Nocturne) and more.
Serocs began in 2009 as a one-man project by guitarist Antonio Freyre that later transformed into a full-blown international band with the addition of Timo Häkkinen (Sotajumala), Mike Poggione (Monstrosity) and Jason Hohenstein (ex-Lecherous Nocturne). Stream album track "Alienus Gignesthai" below "The Next" tracklisting.
1. The Next
2. The Variable
3. Urban Terror
4. Weakness Fed the Fear
5. The Hellgramite Method
6. The Shining One
8. Alienus Gignesthai
Guadalajaran death metal band Serocs has just released it third disc "Oneirology" and is streaming the eleven track album over on Bandcamp. "Oneirology" was mastered by Nico S. of Womb Leech and features guest appearances by musicians from all different bands ranging from Absvrdist, Abhorrent, Disgorge, Zealotry, Defeated Sanity, First Fragment and Vengeful. Serocs is also streaming both of its other albums on that bandcamp page, "So On and So Forth" and "Homogenous Dissimilation."