Panoptic Records has announced the signing of the Montreal, Quebec, Canada-based melodic death metal band INCARNIA. The group's new album, "Proclamation", will be released later in the year.

Produced by Jonathan Lefrancois-Leduc (BLACKGUARD) and recorded at Silver Wings Studio, "Proclamation" offers the listener INCARNIA's ever-evolving music that brings a dose of Scandinavian-influenced death/black metal back into the metalcore-laden North American scene. Reflecting fatality and man's journey through the futility of the search for God, "Proclamation" is the dawn of a new era in metal.

INCARNIA offers a unique take on the traditional melodic death metal sound that pushes the envelope with its epic themes and sinister rhythms.

Says Panoptic Records: "It's easy to admit that we were very impressed to see a young band have such a professional and defined sound, we are proud to help them reach new heights with their debut release, 'Proclamation'!"

The first single from "Proclamation", "Dawn Of The Great Rebirth (Ashes Of Our Time Pt. II)", is available for streaming at this location.


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