ACRANIA: New 'Totalitarian Dystopia' Album Teaser

A pre-production track entitled "Disillusion In A Discordant System" from London, U.K.-based death metallers ACRANIA can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The song will be featured on the band's debut album, "Totalitarian Dystopia", due in early 2014 via Unique Leader Records.

Spreading a message and staying one step ahead of its peers, ACRANIA aims to keep a unique but unrelentingly heavy sound. The band has already toured with acts around the U.K. and rest of Europe, such as CEREBRAL BORE and WARPATH with upcoming shows with big acts such as THY ART IS MURDER, BLOOD RED THRONE and many more. They are set to bring a blistering mix of brutality, slams and blast beats.

Keep your eyes peeled and watch one of the quickest-growing bands in the U.K. expand to international acknowledgement while staying true to their root sound and passion for music.


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