I Am The Trireme Reveals "Unholy" Album Release
I Am The Trireme has announced the "Unholy" album will see release via Dark Harvest Records later this year. The label comments:
"Few bands can match the ferocity and sheer brutal combination of melodic death and vile symphonic black metal that I Am The Trireme (pronounced 'i am the tri'reem') has conjured.
"Hailing from Philadelphia PA, IATT bring forth a relentless, fast paced, crushing wall of blackened brutality and haunting melodies. IATT announced to day the release of their latest album Unholy on Dark Harvest Records. Unholy is the re-imagining and re-recreation of IATT's debut self release titled Unholy Divination."
IATT guitarist Alec Pezzano explained the project, “As artists we have grown immensely in the past three years (since Unholy Divination's 2010 release), and pushed ourselves in ways we could have never imagined. We still loved the material from the original Unholy Divination, but had a new vision for what those songs could have been. Thus Unholy is the re-telling of the nightmare from a much wiser, darker, refined IATT. While the original Unholy Divination was in essence a window into a world of black magic, conjuration, and the occult; Unholy is the promised return to that world, culminating with the bonus track, Finding It Hard To Maintain.”
The "Unholy" album was produced, mixed, and recorded by IATT's Jim Jenca at his personal studio. Drum tracking was done at 0x1 Sound Studios in Cherry Hill NJ with award winning audio engineer Jason Ruch. Mastering was done at Arcane Digital Recording in Chandler AZ by Ryan Butler.
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