Santa Cruz, California-based death metallers DECREPIT BIRTH will release their second album, "Diminishing between Worlds", on January 28, 2008 via Unique Leader Records. The CD was recorded at Castle Ultimate studios with engineer/producer Zack Ohren.
Check out the "Diminishing between Worlds" cover artwork at this location (created by Dan Seagrave).
Guitarist/vocalist Matt Sotelo previously said about the upcoming CD, "This album will be a step in more of a melodic and progressive direction yet still have a heavy dose of technical brutality. Very reminiscent of bands such as later DEATH, CYNIC and QUO VADIS mixed with the brutality that DECREPIT BIRTH is known for. We are really trying to do something new with album, and we feel that we have grown as musicians and that 'Diminishing between Worlds' will be a reflection of that."
DECREPIT BIRTH earlier in the year announced the return of bassist Risha Eryavec to the group's ranks.
The band's debut album, "...And Time Begins", was released in October 2003 via Unique Leader Records.
DECREPIT BIRTH in the studio recording "Diminishing between Worlds":
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