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Gorguts Comments On New Album Release, Heading Out For U.S. Shows

Death metal legends Gorguts have released their 12 years-in-the-making new album "Colored Sands" in North America. The record is currently streaming in its entirety and can be heard below. Regarding the album release, band founder Luc Lemay said:

"It’s with great joy that I share this music with all of you today. This record was a labor of love, and no details were left neglected. Writing the music for this record has brought back the flame in me to enjoy the process of crafting a death metal song. Writing the music for this record also brought to me a gift of friendship by working with Colin, Kevin and John… It’s a very important moment for me, I’ve been waiting for this day for a long, long time…and it’s finally here! I can never thank each of you enough for your support with the little messages sent to us through the modern media. Please, grab your headphones; close your eyes…..and crank the volume up! Come with us, through the magic of compositions…we will take a trip to Tibet to witness magnificent beauties…as well as a dramatic fate."

"Colored Sands" is available as a CD Digipack and limited edition LP at the Season of Mist e-shop, as well as in record stores throughout North America.

Gorguts recently announced a string of headlining shows leading to and from this year's Hopscotch Festival. The trek, which begins on September 5th in Springfield VA, will travel through the festival before ending on September 8th in Worcester, MA.

05 Sep 13 Springfield, VA (US) Empire
06 Sep 13 Raleigh, NC (US) Hopscotch Festival
07 Sep 13 Wilmington, DE (US) Mojo 13
08 Sep 13 Worcester, MA (US) Palladium

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