"Clones", a brand new song from British melodic death metallers THE SOULLESS (formerly IGNOMINIOUS INCARCERATION), can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The song comes off the group's new album, "Isolated", which will be released in Europe on May 16 and North America on June 7 via Earache Records.
"Isolated" track listing:
01. Unaltered 02. The Path 03. Earthbound 04. 13th Morning 05. New Perspective 06. Clones 07. Revelation 08. Our Return 09. Unite Us 10. You Are Nothing To Me 11. Without Heart
The CD's cover artwork can be viewed below.
Commented THE SOULLESS vocalist Andy Wardle: "We chose Ryohei Hase for our artwork. He did the art for IGNOMINIOUS INCARCERATION's album and although we wanted something quite different, we know he does an awesome job.
"The guy on the front is supposed to be hung up as an outcast from society. He is isolated, which ties in with the album title and lyrical themes within.
"We are really happy with the bleak colors and the overall look."
"Isolated" was recorded at Outhouse Studios in Reading, England with producer John Mitchell (ARCHITECTS, FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND, ENTER SHIKARI).
"Clones" audio stream:
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