Divinity Compromised Reveals New Album "A World Torn" Details
"A World Torn," the debut release from Chicago symphonic prog-metal band Divinity Compromised, will be unleashed to the world this Tuesday, March 19th. The album will be available in CD and MP3 format, and can be purchased through CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon, as well as directly from the band.
Featuring in its ranks Lothar Keller (Sacred Dawn/The Skull) and Vito Marchese (Novembers Doom), Divinity Compromised began in 2009 and spent most of the next year honing its own style. The band's live debut came with a series of successful shows at Chicago venues such as the legendary Metro. The following press release was issued about the upcoming album:
"With influences ranging from Nevermore and Dream Theater to Queensryche and Evergrey, 'A World Torn' boasts beautifully orchestrated soundscapes, shredding guitars, and exquisite musicianship. Many of the album’s themes focus on mankind’s fascination with religion, destruction, and its own future as the world continues to crumble around us. Every spin of 'A World Torn' promises to take the listener on a sonic voyage that will not soon be forgotten!
Several live dates and festival appearances in support of 'A World Torn' are in the works for 2013, and will be listed on the band’s official website and Facebook page as information becomes available. Stay tuned!"
A full promo video for the release of “A World Torn“can be viewed here. The album's track listing is as follows:
1. Children Of A Dead God
2. The Way Home
3. The Guardians Of Ki
4. A World Torn Apart
5. When Myth Becomes Truth
6. The Loyal Shall Inherit
7. Termination Sequence
8. The Slaughter Of Innocents
9. Descent Into Madness
Divinity Compromised is:
Jeff Treadwell – Lead Guitars
Lothar Keller - Vocals
Vito Marchese – Guitars
Andy Bunk – Bass
Mike Mousel – Drums
Ben Johnson – Keys & Orchestration
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