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Abhorrent Decimation Posts "Conspire" Music Video

UK-based extreme death metal group Abhorrent Decimation is about to drop a masterclass in dynamic, cutting edge modern death metal in the form of sophomore release, "The Pardoner," due out worldwide on July 28, 2017 via Prosthetic Records. Pre-orders are available starting today this location.

Abhorrent Decimation also just released a brand new music video for the track "Conspire" - check it out below. Vocalist Ashley Scott commented about the track and video:

"We collaborated with Scott Canty at Dark North Media for this video. Mainly, we wanted something super sleek and simplistic for the first single with a subtle, conceptual gesture built in. I didn't want an over-complicated narrative for people to have to follow and we felt Scott's style lent itself to what we had in mind. The subtle conceptual gesture is the explosions of gold near the end of the video. It's quite unique as I can't think of many/any death metal bands that have incorporated the use of gold confetti cannons on a video shoot."

Scott continues, "We always had 'Conspire' earmarked as the first single. Conceptually, this track is a real turning point in the records narrative. The characters in our story have happened upon a wealth of gold and their love for money and greed truly sets in. They all begin to plot (conspire) against one another in a tremendously dark way. In a sonic sense, this song displays a lot of the melodic elements we have brought to the table this time around.

"The album has a lot of heavy moments to offer still, 'Conspire' included but we have also established a more mature sound in this record. Exploring a deeper musicality to what we are creating. I think people are going to be a little shocked but equally love what we have done here."

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