ORIGIN To Release 'Antithesis' In April
Kansas-based death metallers ORIGIN have set "Antithesis" (cover artwork) as the title of their new album, due on April 1 via Relapse Records. "Faster, heavier and decidedly more advanced than anyone could have ever envisioned metal becoming, 'Antithesis' is a modern-day death metal classic, which proves ORIGIN stand head and shoulders above their peers," states a press release.
Guitarist Jeremy Turner rejoined ORIGIN last summer and participated in the writing and recording sessions for the group's new CD.
ORIGIN's lineup for "Antithesis" is as follows:
James Lee: Vocals
Mike Flores: Bass
John Longstreth: Percussion
Jeremy Turner: Guitar
Paul Ryan: Guitar
The above lineup is the same as the one that recorded the "Informis Infinitis Inhumanitis" disc (2002).
The band's third full-length CD, "Echoes of Decomation", was released in March 2005 via Relapse.
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