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Signs Of The Swarm Premiere New Song & Lyric Video “Tempting Death” - Chelsea Grin’s Frontman Tom Barber Guests

Signs Of The Swarm‘s new track “Tempting Death” has premiered online via the below lyric video. The song features guest vocals from Chelsea Grin singer Tom Barber and comes from the group‘s new outing, “Vital Deprivation“. The album is scheduled for an October 11th release date via Unique Leader Records.

Comments the band:

“We are pleased to present our third album via Unique Leader Records, ‘Vital Deprivation‘.

We began writing for the album shortly after TDOE was released. From the beginning we had a sound in mind that was more aggressive and fast paced, but equally as brutal as our previous releases.

What makes this album different from our past is that we wrote with pleasing ourselves in mind first and foremost. We’ve covered a lot of ground in just under 40 minutes. Some of the album may be what you expect to hear from us, and hopefully some may not.

David Simonich is a powerhouse of a vocalist bringing a whole new range of motion to the band’s spectrum. His lyrical content and cadence bring a more emotional and poetic energy to Signs while retaining the aggression he’s become known for.

We’d like to thank Carson Slovak & Grant McFarland for helping us to shape this album into a coherent message from beginning to end.

Thank you to our fans who have supported us relentlessly, this is the first of many to come.

Please enjoy ‘Vital Deprivation‘.”

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