NewsAugust 27, 2021 1:18 PM ET3,046 views

Pathology sign with Nuclear Blast, premiere new single

Official press release:

Gore fueled death metallers Pathology return with their 11th studio album The Everlasting Plague which will be released on November 19th via Nuclear Blast.

Recently signed to Nuclear Blast Records, the band is charged with a violent hunger to return to the road, and unleash their latest monstrous music to the masses. Today, they release a music video for the first single "Engaging In Homicide." Watch the video directed by Jeff Forrest here:

Pathology's Dave Astor comments, "The band is very excited and honored to sign with one of the biggest metal labels on the planet. We are happy to call Nuclear Blast our new home! Thanks to Gerardo, Oscar, and the entire Nuclear Blast team for making this a reality. We’re taking things to the next level with the new Pathology album… Get ready!”

The Everlasting Plague was recorded earlier this year at Sharkbite Studios. The album was produced by Zack Ohren who also handled engineering and mixing. The demented priest sometimes seen gracing the cover of other Pathology albums makes a reappearance here as an apex zombie ripping the flesh from his fellow dead man as he ascends to the top of a demolished city. Long-time artist companion Par Olofsson returned to the Pathology fold to design the piece.

The Everlasting Plague track listing:

01. A Pound Of Flesh
02. Perpetual Torment
03. Engaging In Homicide
04. Procession Of Mangled Humans
05. Viciously Defiled
06. Diseased Morality
07. Submerged In Eviscerated Carnage
08. Corrosive Cranial Affliction
09. As The Entrails Wither
10. Dirge For The Infected
11. Death Ritual Deciphered
12. Decomposition Of Millions


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anonymous 8/27/2021 10:45:57 AM

Band will break up before they ever tour lol

anonymous 8/27/2021 10:50:27 AM

lyrics: bree breeee breee bree breeee bree breee breeeeeeeeeee brrr brrr brree brrrrr brrrrr grrrr gr greeee brrr brreee breee grrr grrrrrrr grrr breeeee

anonymous 8/27/2021 11:06:30 AM

If you remove all of the "solos" then this is passable as not half bad.

anonymous 8/27/2021 12:04:42 PM

Aside from 1 or 2 albums, this band always rips.

evil_hero 10/1/2021 7:44:28 PM

no thanx

evil_hero 10/1/2021 7:44:37 PM

shit seems wack

anonymous 10/10/2021 2:33:23 PM

My favorite part about this band is when they signed to victory, failed at being able to sell records, got dropped after their contract and then signed to Sevared with a post saying "we're returning to our underground roots" lol. No you failed bruhs but nice deflection

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