THE ALLSEEING I: New Song Posted Online

Norwegian extreme metallers THE ALLSEEING I have finished mixing their debut album, "Holodemiurgia", with Valle Adzic (IMPIOUS, CARPATHIAN FOREST, BLOOD RED THRONE). A song from the CD, "Pandemoplasmodium", is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

"Holodemiurgia" is scheduled for release later in the year via Sublife Productions, the production company started by Kjetil Nordhus (GREEN CARNATION, TRAIL OF TEARS) and Tchort (a.k.a. Terje Vik Schei; CARPATHIAN FOREST, GREEN CARNATION, BLOOD RED THRONE).

THE ALLSEEING I had previously released a four-song EP, "Jagannâtha", containing the tracks "Jagannâtha", "The Rite of Azhi Dahaka", "Dreamborn" and "Chronus Aion".

According to the band's official bio, "each member [of THE ALLSEEING I] draws the others into a musical limit that can only be drawn further and further and this is how the songs are made; out of pure spite! Just when you thought you had heard it all, THE ALLSEEING I will challenge you into a new genre of death metal."


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