Danish tech metal band THE INTERBEING has inked a deal with Mighty Music. The group's debut album, "Edge Of The Obscure", will be released in Europe on August 1. According to a press release, the CD "clearly underlines THE INTERBEING to be a well-defined and visionary band. The record contains a low tuned and polyrhythmic soundscape with melodic elements and bleak electronic ambience. Tight, aggressive, melodic and atmospheric are the key concepts. The sound co-exists with the lyrics which revolve around a fictional inner being. The listener follows this creature through dystopian and distinct worlds and the record ends with the creature reaching the edge."

"Edge Of The Obscure" track listing:

01. Elusive Atmosphere
02. Pulse within the Paradox
03. Tongue of the Soiled
04. Face Deletion
05. Fields of Grey
06. Shadow Drift
07. Swallowing White Light
08. In the Transcendence
09. Celestial Flames
10. Rhesus Artificial
11. Ledge of Oblivion

THE INTERBEING was formed in 2006 and released one demo, "Perceptual Confusion", two years later.

THE INTERBEING will embark on a European tour in the fall.

Photo credit: Peter Sørensen


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