Oakland's death metal bruisers ALL SHALL PERISH have set "The Price of Existence" as the title of their second Nuclear Blast offering, tentatively due this summer. According to a press release, "this new album from ALL SHALL PERISH shows incredible maturity and a more focused approach to both songwriting and delivery. Although 'Hate, Malice, Revenge' was in-your-face and plenty brutal, 'The Price of Existence' enables the band to encompass more of a convicted style to their music that will no doubt help them rise above the packs of metalcore/death crossover bands currently garnering attention."Commented drummer Matt Kuykendall: "The album is done and epic as fuck, the artwork is being finalized and hopefully won't be censored. The new songs are lightyears and warped speeds ahead of the past stuff...expect some ridiculous solos and crazy diverse songs!" Massive touring will ensue in support of the new album, starting off with a full U.S. tour with SUICIDE SILENCE and LIGHT THIS CITY throughout July and August. In the meantime, you can check out a demo MP3 of ALL SHALL PERISH's new song "Eradication" on the band's web site, www.allshallperish.com.
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