Florida death metallers DIABOLIC have set "Infinity Through Purification" as the title for their fourth full-length album, tentatively due in October through Century Media/Olympic Records.The album, which is being described by the band as "the most evolved and interesting DIABOLIC record yet, with complex song structures and tempos among the most brutal in the world," will be recorded during the first half of July with the Grammy award-winning producer Neil Kernon (JUDAS PRIEST, QUEENSRŸCHE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, MACABRE) at the Sonic Ranch studios in Tornillo, Texas. Among the songtitles set to appear on the effort are "Entwined With Infinity", "Exsanguinated Life" and "Satanic Barbarism". DIABOLIC's current lineup consists of lead guitarists Brian Malone and Eric Hersemann, drummer Gael Barthelemy and ex-SUPREME EVIL bassist/vocalist Ed Webb.
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