The official lyric video for the song "They Are Horror" from Australian extreme metallers TRUTH CORRODED can be seen below. The track features a guest guitar solo by Craig Locicero (FORBIDDEN, SPIRALARMS)
"They Are Horror" comes off TRUTH CORRODED new album, "The Saviours Slain", which will be released on December 6 through AFM Records in all territories except Australia and New Zealand, where it will be made available via Truth Inc Records.
The cover art for "The Saviours Slain" was created by Björn Gooses from Killustrations who also worked with the band on its previous album, "Worship The Bled".
"Björn has once again captured the imagery that defines our band and the message we want to communicate," comments TRUTH CORRODED vocalist Jason North. "Like 'Worship', the design is controversial, but it will make people look deeper at what the title and image is really depicting."
"The Saviours Slain" was mixed and mastered at Audiohammer in Sanford, Florida by acclaimed producer Mark Lewis, who has worked on recent albums by DEVILDRIVER, WHITECHAPEL, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, BATTLECROSS and UNEARTH. The album features additional guest appearances by Bret Hoffman of MALEVOLENT CREATION, and Kevin Talley (CHIMAIRA, MISERY INDEX, DAATH) on session drums.
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