Stream Of Full Album "Omen Of Disease" Available From Broken Hope
Today, Broken Hope teamed up with Loudwire.com to bring you the most terrific and horrific of metal releases hitting stores in 2013! The band’s highly-anticipated new album, "Omen Of Disease," is streaming in full now at this location. "Omen Of Disease" is now available directly from Century Media here, as well as in stores and all major digital retailers.
Guitarist Jeremy Wagner commented: "October 1st is here and it's one of the greatest days of my life as 'Omen of Disease' is officially released to the world. This album is a huge triumph of death-metal determination and I'm ecstatic to see this day come. Shaun, Damian, Mike, and Chuck are the best collaborators I could wish for, and we made the sickest death-metal album we could muster. I hope everyone digs 'Omen of Disease' and also the companion-disc, 25th Anniversary DVD featuring the Broken Hope documentary. It all, for only the sick."
"Omen of Disease" features cover artwork painted by world-renowned horror artist Wes Benscoter, best known for his work with Slayer, Cattle Decapitation, Autopsy and Kreator. The album marks the first new music from Broken Hope in 15 years. The album was recorded between two studios: drums at Belle City Sound in Racine, WI, with engineer Chris Wisco (Lazarus A.D., Jungle Rot, Origin, Gorgasm), and the rest at Mercenary Digital Studios in Zion, IL, with engineer Scott Creekmore (Dirge Within, Lividity).
The official promo video for the band’s most recent single ‘The Docking Dead’ is out now and can be viewed below:
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