Dawn Of Ashes Streaming New Song "Poisoning The Steps Of Babel"
Dawn Of Ashes has released newest record "Anathema" through Metropolis Records. The song "Poisoning the Steps of Babel" is also now available for streaming and can be heard below. The following press release was issued about the album:
"The album, 12 tracks of unrelenting evil dripping with malignant decadence and vicious debauchery, is a sinister mix of all that's dark in the already deviant world of industrial metal. From the characteristic muffled screams of desperate horror and droning feedback to the sleazy, grindhouse aura, the album is everything the dark metal enthusiasts pray for and stands as testament to Dawn of Ashes's position among Industrial and Shock Rock royalty."
Vocalist Kristof comments: "Anathema is an album in which I define to be the masterpiece from Dawn of Ashes and displays the hardworking progress it took to create this album. The album digs deep within the realms of my inner demons; delving into topics of suicide, pill addiction, the occult, blasphemy, and other content that is not for the weak-minded. I feel that all DOA fans (new and old) will be pleased with the outcome of Anathema as it blends a horrifying mixture of Metal, Industrial, & Rock. This is the new era for Dawn of Ashes and the evil shall grow stronger. Welcome to my breathing vision of Hell."
The album's track listing is as follows:
1. Anathema (Part I - Scorned Upon)
2. A Breathing Holocaust
3. Poisoning the Steps of Babel (feat. Nero Bellum)
4. Insidious (Of the Judas Breed)
5. Sex, Blood, & Black Magic
6. Anathema (Part II - Burned at the Stake)
7. Ending a Harrowing Wish
8. Morphine Addiction
9. Torture Device (The Final Formula for Torment)
10. Systematic Guillotine
11. Scars on Scars (feat. Gary Zon)
12. Anathema (Part III - Primordial Abomination)
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