Pathology "Harvest" song premiere
Death metal squad Pathology debut the first new track from their forthcoming album.
You may recall that San Diego, CA death metal outfit Pathology successfully crowdfunded a new album earlier this year. Well, said album will hit streets next month and we've got the first new music from it for you. Read on.
Titled, Throne Of Reign, the effort will be available August 5th through the band's own record label, Pathology Music. The new album features eight songs with guest solos from Ralph Santolla (Iced Earth, Deicide, Obituary), Shaune Kelly (Flesh Consumed, Ripping Corpse, Hate Eternal), and Christiani Peluso (Coprocephalic). Meanwhile, album art was once again provided by Par Olofsson.
Today, we're thrilled to debut the LP's opening track, "Harvest." If you dig it, head to www.PathologyMusic.com, where various package deals and pre-orders are available.
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^ Well they aren't going to release amazing quality music to preview. I bet if you did the crowdfund they sent an album quality version.
Perhaps one of the dumbest album titles I'll hear all year.
"^ Well they aren't going to release amazing quality music to preview. I bet if you did the crowdfund they sent an album quality version." This is the album version and the mix is absolutely atrocious considering they pledged over $5000 through Kickstarter. f*ck this band.
another subpar brutal death release as a money grab band. f*cking waste.
Those midi drums really kill this for me. I was expecting better than this at least..
everyone is complaining about the drums? This band has always been about inhumanly fast-blazing guitar riffs. I never expected Flo caliber skinsmanship.
This album is gonna crack off! You Q-ueers ain't slam!
"pathology 5 hours ago Hey Guys, The new song "Harvest" that was posted yesterday is a pre-production track!"
like the idea but you can make better quality drums with garage band and its basically free so yeah 5k.... eh
You internet metal nerds are the worst. Another one of those brutal death money grab bands? Start a brutal death band and let me know when you break even. That's possibly the silliest comment I've ever read. How's your band doing you critic?