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Visceral Bleeding Post New Song For Download

A brand new VISCERAL BLEEDING track, entitled "Rip the Flesh", has been made available for download at this location. The song comes off the Swedish death metal outfit's third full-length album, tentatively titled "Absorbing the Disarray".

With regards to the musical direction of the upcoming CD, guitarist Peter Persson recently said, "We deliberately strived to make 'Transcend into Ferocity' [2004] a bit more 'unpolished' to make it feel more aggressive and more ferocious [than 2002's 'Remnants of Deprivation']. With the new album we have a different kind of vibe we want to express and therefore the sound will be accordingly.


"It's hard to make a comparison between the different albums. Hopefully this will not be a 'Remnants of Deprivation 2' or a 'Transcend into Ferocity 2' sound-wise but instead be totally fresh and a totally new album and therefore new sound. I'm confident in the fact that it won't disappoint anyone; it's brutal, no doubt about that. We have also tried to make the riffs and harmonies a bit more open then 'Transcend into Ferocity' to avoid the muddy un-hearable parts that unfortunately occurs on the 'Transcend into Ferocity' album. It's a really 'naked' and lo-distorted guitar sound, makes it heavy as fuck but it was really really hard to play with since you can hear every little thing played or not played, no wall of distortion to hide behind. It's going to be cool when it's all done."

"Absorbing the Disarray" is scheduled for release later in theyear via Neurotic Records.

Source: Blabbermouth

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