I decided I couldn’t leave that last post sitting at the top of this page for the next 15 hours until we start tomorrow’s postings. Someone might get the wrong idea about what this blog is all about or, worse yet, about my sexual prowess. Someone might come away with the impression that I need ED drugs. Ha ha! That would be, like, a total misimpression, 180 degrees off course, really wrong-headed, and just a dumb idea. Wrong. And dumb.
But still, I decided to put something up here for overnight, and what I picked was a song called “A Drone In the Hive” by a three-piece UK death metal band called Dyscarnate. Their second album, And So It Came To Pass, will be released on Feb 27 by Siege of Amida Records, and this song is from that album. It debuted on their Facebook page.
The album art is very cool. It’s by Valnoir Mortasonge of Metastazis, who has done covers for the likes of The Black Dahlia Murder, Morbid Angel, and Watain. The band recorded the album with Chris Fielding at Foel Studio in Wales, and it was mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen (Aborted, Xerath) in Denmark.
So after the jump, check out the song and let us know what you think.
DYSCARNATE: “A DRONE IN THE HIVE”[audio:https://www.nocleansinging.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/4-Audio-Track.mp3|titles=Dyscarnate – A Drone In the Hive]
Visit Dyscarnate at their Facebook page HERE. Catch the band on tour in the UK with Fleshgod Apocalypse and Bloodshot Dawn on the following dates:
Tuesday 6th – Plymouth, White Rabbit
Wednesday 7th – London, Purple Turtle
Thursday 8th – Liverpool, The Masque
Friday 9th – Dublin, The Pint
Saturday 10th – Huddersfield, The Parish
Sunday 11th – Edinburgh, Bannermans
Monday 12th – Hull, The Ringside
Tuesday 13th – Derby, The Old Bell
Wednesday 14th – Cardiff, Bogiez
God. Damn. Good. I like it. 🙂
they should have kept the name INCARNATE, this is too similar to Disincarnate.
Does this qualify for the most infectious list?
Tempting . . .
Kinda reminds me of Soreption, me loves it.
Although bringing new quality bands to people’s attention is part of NCS’s raison d’etre, I have to admit to a mild feeling of embarrassment every time a UK band is brought to my attention by dudes living in the US.
Which is a roundabout way of saying good find sir!
Thank you sir!