"Objetofilia Platónica", the new video from Portuguese masters of gore HOLOCAUSTO CANIBAL, can be seen below. The song comes off the band's third full-length album, "Gorefilia", which was released in April via Xtreem Music (in Portugal, the CD was made available through Raging Planet Records and Raising Legends Productions). The 18-song effort was recorded at 213 Studios in Portugal and was mixed and mastered at Hertz Studio (BEHEMOTH, VADER, KRONOS, DECAPITATED, ABORTED) in Bialystok, Poland.
According to a press release, "Gorefilia" showcases HOLOCAUSTO CANIBAL's more brutal and intense, songwriting, with songs varying from one to three minutes without fillers, [with] influences from bands like ABORTED, CANNIBAL CORPSE, early DERANGED, NAPALM DEATH, SUFFOCATION, CARCASS."
HOLOCAUSTO CANIBAL previously described "Gorefilia" as a "concept album [which] involves sexual arousal and gratification towards sexual behavior that is atypical and extreme. As always, you can expect self-torture, bizarre love and loads of sperm tainted with blood. Musically, some big changes are expected; however, the band is still committed to death metal and grind."
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