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Following 2012's "The Beauty of Chaos" album, Polish avant-garde outfit Eternal Deformity is now back and will soon unleash "No Way Out." The artwork, featuring photography by Andrzej Marek, can be seen below, while the track listing will be:
2. Esoteric Manifesto
3. Sweet Isolation
6. Mimes, Ghouls and Kings
7. Glacier More...
Poland's Eternal Deformity has posted a new song online from the band's upcoming album "The Beauty of Chaos," which is due out on April 30th via Code666 Records. Check out the song "The Holy Decay" in the player below. A teaser trailer for the album is also available after the jump, and the track listing is as follows:
2. Thy Kingdom Gone
4. Pestilence Claims No Higher Purpose
5. Caught Out Lying
6. The Beauty of the Ultimate End
7. The Sun
8. The Holy Decay More...
Poland's Eternal Deformity are currently streaming a cover online of the Depeche Mode song "Little 15." The track can be heard at the band's MySpace page.
Polish avantgarde metal band ETERNAL DEFORMITY has inked a three-album deal with Code666 Records. The group's new CD, "Frozen Circus", is scheduled for release in February 2008.
ETERNAL DEFORMITY was founded in 1993 and has released four records so far: "Forgotten Distant Time" (1994), "Nothing Lasts Forever" (1998), "In The Abyss Of Dreams... Furious Memories" (2000), and "The Serpent Design" (2002).
Commented the band: "Our music has developed since publishing the first stuff. We started as a typical doom metal band but now it's hard to classify our style. Some people tried to describe it as 'art death' or 'prog gothic metal.' These opinions display both the variety of our ways of expression and the great number of sources that inspire us in the process of creation. However, the musicians have never forgotten about their roots." More...