SEPTEMBER MURDER: New Song Available For Streaming

"Among Vultures", brand new song from German extreme metal newcomers SEPTEMBER MURDER, can be streamed using the SoundCloud widget below. The track comes off the band's second full-length album, "He Who Invokes Decadence", which will be independently released on June 17 in Europe and June 18 in the rest of the world. The follow-up to 2009's "Agony In Flesh" (Maintain Records, Twilight Distribution) was produced by Jens Martinek at his Schmiedeberg 7 Studios in Rübeland, Germany and was mastered in early 2013 by Peter Neuber (NASUM, VOMITORY, PRIMORDIAL, WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH) at Mega Wimp Sound Studios, Berlin.

Comments SEPTEMBER MURDER vocalist Oliver: "'He Who Invokes Decadence' is more than just a classical death metal parole. The title of the album allegorizes the cry for the most aggressive form of human affection — charity. Man's abasement of morality and violation of borders between the societal credo and the implicitness of its forcible participation are essential topics of the lyrics on this long player."

"He Who Invokes Decadence" track listing:

01. Under Severed Skies
02. Two Culprits, One Oath
03. Among Vultures
04. From Adoration...
05. ...To Deterrence
06. May Conviction Force Reckoning
07. In Celebration Of Mankind's Wretchedness
08. He Who Invokes Decadence

After the departure of SEPTEMBER MURDER bassist Guntar Elsaßer in 2011, the band found an adequate replacement in Marcus Kühne (also a member of German death/grinders METZGORE) and completed the songwriting process for the new CD. According to a press releae, "the band concentrated on a more open conceptual work and a refined sound to overcome boundaries drawn by genre conventions."


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