EXMORTUS: 'Make Haste' Lyric Video

EXMORTUS: 'Make Haste' Lyric Video

EXMORTUS has released the first single off its upcoming album, "The Sound Of Steel", due on June 8 via Prosthetic. Watch the lyric video for "Make Haste" below.

EXMORTUS founder, vocalist and guitarist Jadren "Conan" Gonzalez said: "Inspired by the constant pressure of making deadlines and getting shit done, this song was the first one written for the record and will set the mood and attitude just right as the opening track. Rise to the occasion and strike while the iron's hot! Make Haste!"

Produced by Zack Ohren (MACHINE HEAD, FALLUJAH, SUFFOCATION) at Sharkbite Studio, "The Sound Of Steel" delivers a visceral call to arms in a maelstrom of thrashing, neo-classical, blackened death as EXMORTUS tears fresh wounds into its ever-pioneering discography. Soaring to unprecedented heights, the ineffable kings of California thrash effortlessly mix sonic precision with raw, bloody savagery.

"The Sound Of Steel" will be released by Prosthetic worldwide except Japan, where it will be overseen by Marquee Inc. The effort will be available on all digital outlets, compact disc and LP, with 1,000 records being pressed initially in the follow colors:

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* 250 battle axe blood splatter (Prosthetic webshop and sold by the band on tour)
* 250 blue and black marble (Prosthetic webshop and sold by the band on tour)
* 400 clear with blue and orange splatter (available in retail stores worldwide)
* 100 white vinyl (Cargo Germany only)

"The Sound Of Steel" track listing:

01. Make Haste
02. Feast Of Flesh
03. Into The Maw Of Hell
04. To The Ends Of The Earth
05. A Minor Instrumental
06. Strength And Honor
07. Turn The Tide
08. Tempest
09. Riders Of Doom
10. Victory Or Death!

EXMORTUS is:

Jadran "Conan" Gonzalez - Vocals/Guitar
Chase Becker - Guitar
Phillip Cody Nuñez - Bass
Carlos Cruz - Drums

Photo credit: Alex Solca

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