Divinity Destroyed Reveal Details on New EP
Band Photo: Divinity Destroyed (?)
NJ progressive death metal band Divinity Destroyed issue an update on their website:
Prepare for an update not half as dextrous as the subject line...
4 months, 5 buckets of paint, and countless trips to Wawa later, the new EP is near completion. With the mastering and artwork in the bag and the whole affair off to the presses, we may have something tangible in hand in under a month.
Entitled "The Plague", it brandishes 3 new songs ("Haven", "These Waking Dreams", and "Prism") and acoustic rearrangements of "Void", "Red Reflection", and "Forsaken". We'll let you know when we have a release date, which will probably be sooner rather than later. And for post-release kicks, we've prepared something for the site, a visual diary if you will, covering the artwork's latex-based conception. Interpret that as you see fit. [the artwork can be seen here]
Also, this Saturday after our show at The Haunt in Ithaca, 93.5/105.5FM The Last Exit for the Lost will be offering an exclusive sneak preview of "The Plague" in its entirety. Nowhere near Ithaca and out of frequency range? Welcome to the rest of earth's population. Fortunately, you can stream the program online. So even if you're stuck in Poland, you can still bask in the crackly glory. For more info, go to www.thelastexit.org, www.wvbr.com, or write to the program director at email@example.com.
As both of you may know, we somehow ended up gracing Gigantour with our stench last month at PNC Bank Arts Center, thanks to what scienticians worldwide are calling one frighteningly dedicated fan base. And to keep you zealots at bay, along with showing our appreciation for helping us brave the Bar A gauntlet, we're breaking our yearlong streak and uploading some new pictures on the site. Enjoy.
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