"Into The Darkness You Go", a brand new song from Florida-based death metallers DEICIDE, is available for streaming at InvisibleOranges.com. The track comes off the band's new album, "To Hell With God", which will be released on February 15 via Century Media Records. The CD was produced by Mark Lewis (THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, CHIMAIRA) at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida.
"To Hell With God" track listing:
01. Save Your
02. Empowered By Blasphemy
04. Hang In Agony Until You're Dead
05. To Hell With God
06. Servant Of The Enemy
07. Witness Of Death
08. Angels In Hell
09. Into The Darkness You Go
10. How Can You Call Yourself A God
DEICIDE will embark on the "God Is Dead – To Hell With God Tour" in February/March. The Bloody Disgusting-sponsored trek, which is scheduled to kick off on February 15, will feature support from BELPHEGOR, BLACKGUARD, NEURAXIS and PATHOLOGY.
Tickets for the tour are now on sale via EnterTheVault.com.
DEICIDE's last CD, "Till Death Do Us Part", sold 2,900 copies in the United States in its first week of release.
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