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Hideous Rebirth Premieres New Song "Haunting Carnal Illusions" From Upcoming New Album "La Fosa Comun"

Hideous Rebirth from Riverside, California premieres a new song entitled "Haunting Carnal Illusions", taken from the upcoming new album "La Fosa Comun", which will be released on October 27 by Gore House Productions (CD and digital). The new outing was once again mixed and mastered by Justin Loomis at TNS Audio Mastering, and it includes a guest appearance by Frank Zelada (ex-Euphoric Defilement, Ossification, Siderate).

Check out now "Haunting Carnal Illusions" below.

Explains guitarist/vocalist Erick Gutierrez:

"The writing process took quite a long time; beginning in late 2013. The recording process for the album took several months too. It’s not often we can get together but we made the best of everything when we could. It was extremely fun working with our friend Arturo Acosta over at Dark Cauldron Recordings. We brought back my vocals to help balance the lineup changes. We tracked drums with scratch guitars, in the beginning, knocking them out in a couple days, then moved on with 2 different guitars."

Adds bassist/backing vocalist Cris Gutierrez :

"‘Haunting…‘ is about a violent sexual encounter through the eyes of an incubus. While under sleep paralysis the victim perceives this as an illusion and gains a sense of pleasure… This song represents the apparition finding ‘a perfect vessel’ to inject itself into in order to be reborn. This ties well into the albums concept as well as the band name. On this track Erick (guitarist/vocalist) took over on main vocal. When I took over on bass, there were a lot of parts I couldn’t play while doing vocals so we decided to split duties which gave us more of a ‘full’ sound."

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