INCANTATION: 'Messiah Nostrum' Video Released

INCANTATION: 'Messiah Nostrum' Video Released

Vertigo-inducing death metallers INCANTATION have unveiled their brand new video for the track "Messiah Nostrum", taken from the band's tenth full-length album, "Profane Nexus".

Regarding the Don Taylor-directed video, drummer Kyle Severn said: "Our second offering off of our new album 'Profane Nexus', 'Messiah Nostrum', is about world religion and prayer culminating at a point in the cosmos before time, creating a messiah. This messiah's only desire is to destroy what created it. The performance was filmed by Don Tyler, who captured the darkness of the song perfectly."

"Profane Nexus" will be released on August 11 on CD/LP/digital via Relapse Records. Recorded at the band's own Incantation Studios in Johnstown, Pennsylvania and mixed/mastered by Dan Swanö (BLOODBATH, ASPHYX, DARK FUNERAL), the disc "embod[ies] a dizzying array of blasphemous tracks, culminating in sacrilegious conquests, crushing dirges, and vile riffing," according to a press release.

The cover art, titled "Draping The Tar Monster", was created by Eliran Kantor.

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"Profane Nexus" track listing:

01. Muse
02. Rites Of The Locust
03. Visceral Hexahedron
04. The Horns Of Gefrin
05. Incorporeal Despair
06. Xipe Totec
07. Lus Sepulcri
08. Stormgate Convulsions From The Thunderous Shores Of Infernal Realms Beyond The Grace Of God
09. Messiah Nostrum
10. Omens To The Altar Of Onyx
11. Ancients Arise

Photo credit: Scott Kinkade


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