NewsApril 27, 2014 9:33 PM ET1,818 views

Inanimate Existence to release new album in June

Official press release: California technical death metal faction, Inanimate Existence, who feature within their ranks members of Brain Drill and Son Of Aurelius, will unleash their sophomore effort, A Never-Ending Cycle Of Atonement, this Summer via extreme metal merchants, Unique Leader Records. Tracked by Max Zigman (Son Of Aurelius, Smaragos) at Parade Outrageous in Santa Cruz and produced by Zack Ohren (Light This City, All Shall Perish, First Blood) at Sharkbite Studios in Oakland, A Never-Ending Cycle Of Atonement boasts eight conceptual tracks of progressive punishment. The follow-up to 2012's Liberation Through Hearing, finds Inanimate Existence's signature, over-the-top compositions elevated to an entirely new level of profundity. Each movement marvels at its own innovative density as intricate guitar structures coil seamlessly around complex rhythms and infernal vocal tirades all the while maintaining an absorbing magnetism that draws exploratory listeners in with each new measure. The record includes several guest musicians who offer female vocal accents, clarinet, bass flute, harp, bongos and other nuances to the proceedings, only adding to the record's already confounding depth. A Never-Ending Cycle Of Atonement track listing: 1. Om Mani Padme Um 2. Omen 3. Bioluminescent Photophores 4. The Rune of Destruction 5. The Catacomb Of Mirrors 6. Staring Through Fire 7. Out of Body Experience 8. Dueling Shadows Inanimate Existence's A Never-Ending Cycle Of Atonement will be released on June 24th, 2014 via Unique Leader Records. Special preorder bundles will be available in the coming weeks. In the meantime, wrap your head around the album teaser:



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