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Deficiency Navigates "Uncharted Waters" With New Song Stream

A little more than three years after previous conceptual album "The Prodigal Child," French group Deficiency is back with new concept album "The Dawn of Consciousness," due out via Apathia Records on March 24th.

A lyric video for advance track "Uncharted Waters" has come online and can be seen below. Apatha Records also comments:

"Deficiency musically goes further in melodic, agressive and technical aspects of songwriting. Heavy parts, modern patterns, furious leads or catchy chorus are meeting to join a thrash ,etal basis and to form an efficient alliance for fans of extreme music. 'The Dawn Of Consciousness' is a new concept album describing men’s rebirth after chaos and the way they seize this second chance through six primitive emotions shared by every human being on earth: surprise, sadness, joy, anger, fear and disgust."

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1. coldiem writes:

Cool song!

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