EWIGKEIT Complete Work On New Album

U.K. progressive metallers EWIGKEIT (pronounced Ay-vish-kite) have completed work on their new album, "Conspiritus", due on August 29 via Earache Records.

Recorded and engineered by EWIGKEIT mainman James Fogarty and mixed by John Fryer, "Conspiritus" is described in a press release as "an analysis of a hypothetical reality in which the world is controlled and manipulated by shadowy figures hiding behind multi-national corporations, the media machine, international banks and the global military.

"Over the ten tracks on display, James's lyrical themes explore the ways in
which this shadowy elite will seek to manipulate, enslave and exploit mankind; from slavery via debt through manufactured diseases, to control through the media, all woven into a non-stop seamless cinematic journey in sound which encompasses the characteristics of metal, rock, electronica and sample-based music — as gratifying to the spaced-out devotee of PINK FLOYD as to the fan of the regimented grimace of KILLING JOKE."

"Conspiritus" track listing:

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01. Intro - The Hypothesis
02. It's Not Reality
03. Square Sunrise
04. The Nightmare Institution
05. Far Away From Heaven
06. Transcend the Senses
07. The Thought Police
08. How to conquer The World (Live At The Bohemian Grove)
09. Theoreality
10. Conspiritus

An advance track from the album is available as an MP3 download exclusively from www.metaltracks.com/freebies.

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