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Oshiego Streaming "Blade Of The Conqueror" Track Online

Oshiego has posted the song "Blade of the Conqueror" online, which can be heard through the player below and comes off the band's latest release "The Heretic Priests of Amon." The release features new drummer Fauzzt (ex-Impiety) and follows the "Woe To The Conquered" album. The following press release was issued about "The Heretic Priests of Amon:"

"This release consists of two epic tracks and a 'bonus track' with majestic guitar riffs, a series of tempo changes and technical extreme drumming accompanied by chugging subsonic bass and breakneck blast beat drumming syncopated to classic tremolo death metal riffs. The titular track is lyrically driven by evil practices of ancient Egyptian priests in the context of Islamic history. "

Umar Khan, song-writer and vocalist of Oshiego explains, "The priests of Amon were one of the most defiant groups of people who opposed the teachings of Prophet Moses. There's no better figure than that to represent such an extreme song. The dark orchestrations of these priests definitely suits the violent approach of the song."

Tom Ignatius, an indie producer based in Liverpool, quotes, “This song is by far the most aggressive and technical song Oshiego has came out with. The crazy guitar riffs and insane drumming has proven that Oshiego has matured tremendously over the years.”

Khan adds, "There were no edits, triggers or samples for this release. You'll be getting the raw energy of the band, not like most of the heavily edited rehashed stuff you get today. Be prepared for some ear-bleed!"

Oshiego - Blade of the Conqueror (taken from the new EP "The Heretic Priests of Amon") by Darkartconspiracy

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