DESPISED ICON Discuss Lyrical Concepts In New Purgatory Album Trailer; Video

November 7, 2019, 4 days ago

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DESPISED ICON Discuss Lyrical Concepts In New Purgatory Album Trailer; Video

Canadian deathcore pioneers, Despised Icon, are back with their sixth full length album, Purgatory, out on November 15 via Nuclear Blast. In this new video trailer, vocalist Alex Erian talks about the lyrical concepts on the new album, while getting tattooed by Shawntriple6 at Thunderbird Tattoo LA.

Purgatory was produced by Yannick St-Amand, Eric Jarrin and Alex Erian. The music was recorded by Despised Icon's former guitar player, now current front of house engineer Yannick St-Amand while the vocals were recorded by close friend Antoine Lussier of Ion Dissonance. Mixing and mastering were completed by Cryptopsy's very own Christian Donaldson at The Grid in Montreal. For the album artwork, the band selected Eliran Kantor to create a piece that echoed the themes and concepts of Purgatory.

Without a doubt their most dynamic venture to date, Despised Icon have a fresh and energy filled arrangement just waiting to see the light of day in the form of Purgatory. For many years, they have laid the foundation of Deathcore and spearheaded different sounds and movements within the genre.

Purgatory will be available in the following formats:

- CD Jewel
- Vinyl
- Grey with Black Splatter Vinyl

Pre-order Purgatory in the format of your choice here.

Purgatory tracklisting:

"Dernier Souffle"
"Purgatory"
"Light Speed"
"Slow Burning"
"Snake In The Grass"
"Vies D'Anges"
"Moving On"
"Unbreakable"
"Apex Predator"
"Legacy"
"Dead Weight"

"Snake In The Grass" video:

"Purgatory" video:

Lineup:

Alex Erian - Vocals
Steve Marois - Vocals
Eric Jarrin - Guitar
Ben Landreville - Guitar
Sébastien Piché| - Bass
Alex "Grind" Pelletier - Drums



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