NOMAD, the Polish death metal band featuring BEHEMOTH guitarist Patryk Dominik "Seth" Sztyber, will release its new album, "Transmigration Of Consciouness", on March 21 via Witching Hour. The CD was recorded with Arek "Malta" Malczewski at Hendrix Studio in Lublin, Poland and is now being mastered at Hertz Studio. Eight songs of "ultra-heavy and sophisticated death metal" were laid down during the sessions, "with intro and outro encapsulating the album into one massive apocalyptic composition. The cover artwork was designed by Michal "Xaay" Loranc (NILE, BEHEMOTH, TRAUMA) and can be viewed below.
"Transmigration Of Consciouness" will be released as a digipack CD and limited 12-inch LP.
"Transmigration Of Consciouness" track listing:
01. Intro - Are You Ready…
02. The Demon's Breath
04. Dazzling Black
06. Identity With Personification
08. Pearl Evil
10. Abyss Of Meditation
12. Flames Of Tomorrow
14. Raised Irony
16. Four Percent Of Hate
The song "Identity With Personification" is available for streaming at this location.
For more information, visit www.nomad-band.com.
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