Etched In Stone Streaming New Song "At The Altar Of Lethe"
Central California death metal band Etched In Stone has teamed up with Nefarious Realm to premiere a brand new song entitled "At The Altar of Lethe."
The track comes from the group's forthcoming full-length album, "The Failure of Modern Man," and can be streamed at this location or through the player below.
Etched In Stone vocalist/producer Brian Lewis had the following to say about the single and the forthcoming album: "After a two year hiatus it's exhilarating to finally say 'We're back!' Due to line up changes and having members living in different parts of the state, we've had to do what many other bands have done... sending files back and forth and creating an album piece by piece. And despite taking a bit longer to do things that way, it has definitely worked out for us. The first single, 'At the Altar of Lethe,' is merely the tip of the iceberg in terms of what to expect from our forthcoming full length, 'The Failure of Modern Man.' We've added elements we have talked about for years and feel that we've evolved further toward creating our own sound with this record. As musicians, we'll always be striving to make the next release better than the last, and we feel that 'The Failure of Modern Man' is a logical progression that showcases that quite nicely! We hope you all enjoy!"
"The Failure of Modern Man" is the follow up to Etched In Stone's 2010 debut full-length, "Emulate The Defiler," which the band self released via Bandcamp and can be streamed in it's entirety here. The upcoming album is tentatively slated to see a release this summer.
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