THY FLESH CONSUMED Completes Songwriting Process For New Album
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada-based black/death metallers THY FLESH CONSUMED have almost completed the songwriting process for their new album, titled "Unrepentant". According to a press release, "plans to strike the studio late spring/early summer have inspired the Heretic War Machine to have all cylinders on overdrive leading up to and during the impious event.
"'Unrepentant''s theme is of detestation towards belief systems void of fact or evidence to support them, worldly sanctimonious warfare, the hollow power known as faith and how the world adheres to archaic concepts and upholds tyrants (past and present) who ravage the earth in the names of their gods."
"Unrepentant" will include the following tracks, among others:
"Siege Engine Of Unreligion"
"The Disciplined Scorn"
"Savage Retribution (Transcendent Tier Of Torture)"
"Hasten The Apocalypse"
"To Scorch The Earth On Terror's Heels"
"Blood Drenched Creation"
"The Demolition Of Thought"
For more information, visit www.thyfleshconsumed.com.
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