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Deity Posts New Song "Beginning Of Extinction"

The brainchild of Danny Alessandro (guitars/vocals) and John Massey (guitars/vocals), Toronto death metal duo Detiy has been a long time coming. The band's debut, self-titled album is now finally due out June 2nd, 2017.

Danny Alessandro comments: “We formed about 15 years ago… Myself and John have always been the core of Deity. We had both been working on other projects till we felt the need to finally go in and finish this album about 3 years ago. We’ve known each other for about 20 years. We got tired of working on metal that wasn’t true to us. This is an album we’ve always wanted to hear!”

The self-titled debut features eight brutal assaults that include session drums done by Flo Mounier (Cryptopsy) plus session bass by Flo Ravet (ex-Nephelium) along with the album being mixed and mastered by Chris Donaldson (Cryptopsy, The Agonist)/

Today the Deity duo premiere second single "Beginning of Extinction" - listen in below. John Masse had this to say about the track:

"'Beginning of Extinction' came about during a jam session between Danny and I. As I played a few riffs, Danny played off of those and that's how we ended up with the tune. The concept behind it was similar to what Dante and Virgil experienced through the Inferno. Our goal was for the individual to have that mindset as if they were witnessing the end of times. The lyrical themes were inspired by Hate Eternal/Morbid Angel while having that musical infusion of brutality, melody and complexity."

1. Suspended In Animation (1:55)
2. Beginning Of Extinction (8:18)
3. Sacrificium (4:47)
4. From Which We Came, We Now Return (8:40)
5. Rituals (4:36)
6. In Time (6:31)
7. Illuminate The Unwilling (7:57)
8. In Turmoil (We Rise) (12:54)

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