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Daath Premieres New Song, "Destruction Restoration," Online

Atlanta-based extreme metal quintet DAATH is readying their third full-length release, which is going to be self-titled and is set for an October 26th North American release. A new Daath song, “Destruction Restoration,” has made its debut on MetalSucks.

Sean Z. (vocals) states: “This song is about reinventing yourself, like we've done with our sound. Destruction and manipulation allow poisons to seep in easily. Listen to it once, clear your head and listen again.”

“This album will definitely be the most real thing this band has put out to date. It’s on a level everyone can relate to. The lyrics have taken a brand new direction and the music compliments the insanity creating a fucking masterpiece of a way different kind.”

Metal Mark from Skulls ‘N’ Bones recently spent some time in the studio with the band and compiled a video series documenting the recording process, so click on the link below now to check out the fifth installment featuring the synth tracking sessions.

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1. ZMA writes:

Well I went and listened to the song and it was good but The Hinderers was such a better album. The mixing was good and it felt original. The Concealers sounded really generic metal band, and this new album coming up sounds the same. First album kicked ass.

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2. anon writes:

Yes.

Yes.

F'n love Daath.

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3. Valentine_no_more writes:

Always up for more metal.

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4. Shoe Police writes:

Great band, lots of potential. The song is average for them, but a little on the short side.

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