The Walking Dead Orchestra
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Brutal deathcore group The Walking Dead Orchestra is teasing the recruitment of a new vocalist with this message:
"WE HAVE A NEW SINGER!!!! And he's French. We want first of all to thank our bro Slava Antonenko of Lost In Alaska for his amazing work on the composition of our new album. You rock dude! But we finally find the new frontman of TWDO ! His name will be revealed next Sunday! In your forecasts!" More...
French deathcore quintet The Walking Dead Orchestra has a brand new video out now for "Entombment of a Monarch," which can be viewed below.
Directed by Medhi Khadouj, the track comes from the band’s debut full-length album "Architects of Destruction," due out this Friday, September 27th via Klonosphere Records/Season of Mist. The following press release was also issued about the band:
"Formed in 2011 by ex-members of Whisper-X and In Arkadia, The Walking Dead Orchestra is a brutal deathcore five-piece from Grenoble, France, whose primary goal is to declare war on the listener, assaulting their senses with a heavy bombardment of machine-gun drumming and crushing, brutal riffs.
"In the following year, they released a split CD with Ecuadorian band Descomunal, which managed to generate a bit of buzz in the underground community and even granted them the chance to tour in Latin America, culminating in a performance at Ecuador’s prestigious festival QuitoFest. Now in 2013, The Walking Dead Orchestra are ready to go to war again and create some serious damages in the pit with their massive debut full-length 'Architects of Destruction,' which was recorded and mixed by Mickael Valesi at Sonovore Studio (Macôn) and mastered by Charles J. Wall ((Whitechapel, Betraying the Martyrs, King Conquer) at Sonic Assault Studio." More...