GORGUTS – Colored Sands – August 28, 2013
Posted on August 28, 2013
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Critically-acclaimed death metal pioneers GORGUTS are streaming a new song off their forthcoming record, ‘Colored Sands’. “Le toit du monde”, the album’s opening track is streaming now at Lambgoat.com.
12 years in the making, the long-awaited new GORGUTS (Luc Lemay- Guitar and Vocals, Kevin Hufnagel (DYSRYTHMIA) -Guitar, Colin Martson (DYSRYTHMIA, BEHOLD THE ARCTOPUS, KRALLICE) – Bass, and John Longstreth (ORIGIN, DIM MAK) – Drums) album, ‘Colored Sands’ is slated for release this Friday (next Tuesday in North America).
‘Colored Sands’ is available as CD Digipak and limited edition LP at the Season of Mist e-shop.
‘Colored Sands’ will be streamed in its entirety on Revolver Magazine’s website this Thursday at 10am CET.
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. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.
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
Few extreme bands have the pedigree of GORGUTS. From their early days as part of death metal’s first wave (including legendary releases ‘Considered Dead’ and ‘Erosion of Sanity’), through their transformation into one of most progressive and influential bands in extreme metal, GORGUTS has been impervious to trends, and a vehicle to expand and redefine the language of extreme metal. The band’s 1998 album ‘Obscura’ sent a shockwave through the death metal word, and remains one of the genre’s most influential records to this day. Taking inspiration from classical composers, Luc Lemay’s use of atonal noise and sounds as part of his compositions helped reinvent extreme metal guitar playing. Lemay’s techniques on ‘Obscura’ continue to be a major influence for young metal players to this day.View Gorguts