DISSIMULATION To Release Third Album In October

Lithuania's black/thrash metal band DISSIMULATION has completed work on its third full-length album, "Atiduokit Mirusius", for an October 6 release via Ledo Takas Records. The CD was recorded over an 11-day period at Phoenix studio near Riga, Latvia with producer Gints Lundbergs. According to a press release, "Atiduokit Mirusius" is "the most impressive set of songs ever written under the banner of DISSIMULATION. Admittedly, this proposition is far from the truth. Maniacal guitar riffs sound dead bitter and scornful, notably intensified vocals reach the places earlier dared not an inch to thread, yet nihilistic album is quite bantering as well, first of all due to laconic focused apostate lyrics. The album is obsessed with the idea of consumer culture's disdain: mankind has lost all its values, mankind is sold out as a whore, it leads itself to utter self-destruction. 'Atiduokit Mirusius', [which] literally translates as 'Give back The Dead', is presumably the most metaphoric album in the entire DISSIMULATION discography — full of negative symbolism, self-destruction visions, and mankind’s hollow. You are invited to confront the dying world. A malignant confrontation, as mankind is on the threshold of perdition, so... 'welcome to the world circus!'"


Venomous - bass/throat
Nekrofagas - strings
Stabmeldys - pulse


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