Video footage of long-running Italian technical death metallers GORY BLISTER performing a new song, "The Descent", in Milan in late 2008 can be viewed below.GORY BLISTER will release its new album, "Graveyard of Angels", on April 6 via Mascot Records. The follow-up to 2006's "Skymorphosis" contains nine tracks that "reach a very technical death metal made with old-school anger," according to the band. Commented guitarist Raff: "This new record is the natural prosecution of GORY BLISTER's goal to mix old-school aggression, technical skills and progressive music into classic death metal. The sound has acquired a lot more personality; you'll always experience originality both in riffs and lyrics. As for the lyrics, they're written from a point of view inspired by the latest world events. In this concept, fantasy stories usually serve as a metaphor. The lyrics deal with the wickedness in human beings that slowly bring themselves to their own destruction." The "Graveyard of Angels" artwork can be seen below. The song "The Descent" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page. "Skymorphosis" came out in January 2006 via Holland's Mascot Records.
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