Finnish melodic death metallers ILIAC THORNS will release their full-length debut, "IT", worldwide on June 26 via Inverse Records. The CD, which was made available in Finland on May 20, "contains eight songs of blackened melodeath which attacks the core of listeners like a ton of black sludge," according to a press release.
"IT" track listing:
01. Decimate Prayer
02. Brutal Seizure
03. Euphoria Lost
05. The Serpents Calling
06. Enter Parasites
07. The Shining
ILIAC THORNS was formed in the summer of 2010 by Samu, Ilkka and Antti after they found a mutual ambition in music. Finding a bass player was more of a challenge and first year, ILIAC THORNS remained as a trio until Jere was "found behind some bush" in the summer of 2011.
The press release continues: "Even thou ILIAC THORNS plays melodic metal of death, their music isn't meant to sound like this faceless mainstream genre, what melodeath has, unfortunately, become over the years. In guitar riffs, you can hear the sound of mid-'90s melodeath mixed to their distinctive 'blackish' expression. Also the production, songwriting and vocal performances has taken reflections of raw and extreme black metal, as this side is also important to some ILIAC THORNS members."
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