SOLAMORS To Release Full-Length Debut

SOLAMORS, the new band featuring former members of BECOMING THE ARCHETYPE and ALETHEIAN, will release their full-length debut, "Depravity's Demise", on December 24. The album will be available at Bandcamp, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and CDBaby.

A lyric video for the track "Becoming What You Are" can be seen below.

Formed in January 2013, SOLAMORS is the brainchild of guitarist Alex Kenis (ex-BECOMING THE ARCHETYPE, ALETHEIAN), vocalist Jason Wisdom (ex-BECOMING THE ARCHETYPE), and drummer Travis Turner (ex-ALETHEIAN, UNTEACHERS).

According to a press release, "Depravity's Demise" is "an 11-track progressive melodic death metal album with a style that that attempts to blend technicality and thought-provoking music, with listenability and traditional song structures, in the vein of such greats as EXTOL, DEATH, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD and CARCASS."

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