"Relentless", the new video from Whittier, California's EXMORTUS, can be seen below. The James Pesature-produced clip was filmed at the Gramercy Theater in New York City while the band was on tour with former MEGADETH guitarist Marty Friedman.
"Relentless" is taken from EXMORTUS's latest album, "Ride Forth", which is being released today (Friday, January 8) via Prosthetic. The follow-up to 2014's "Slave To The Sword" was recorded by Zack Ohren (IMMOLATION, SUFFOCATION) and features cover artwork by Philip Lawvere (KREATOR, CELTIC FROST).
"Ride Forth" was recorded during a break in the band's vigorous touring itinerary last year at Sharkbite Studios in Oakland, California. Featuring nine tracks filled with dominating riffs and gut-wrenching vocals, the effort contains the group's heaviest and most virtuosic material to date.
"Ride Forth" track listing:
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01. Speed Of The Strike 02. Relentless 03. For The Horde 04. Let Us Roam 05. Black Sails 06. Hymn Of Hate 07. Appassionata 08. Death To Tyrants 09. Fire And Ice
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