ORIGIN: New Album Details Revealed

Kansas-based death metallers ORIGIN have completed work on their brand new album, "Antithesis" (cover artwork). The follow-up to 2005's "Echoes of Decimation" brings what is widely considered to be the band's strongest lineup back together:

Paul Ryan - Guitar, Vocals
Jeremy Turner - Guitars, Vocals
James Lee - Vocals
Mike Flores - Bass, Vocals
John Longstreth - Drums

"Antithesis" was engineered by Rob Rebeck at Chapman Studios, mastered by Scott Hull at Visceral Sound, and features the following track listing:

01. The Aftermath
02. Algorithm
03. Consuming Misery
04. Wrath of Vishnu
05. Finite
06. The Appalling
07. Void
08. Ubiquitous
09. The Beyond Within
10. Antithesis

"Antithesis" is set for an April 1 North American release (April 7 internationally).

ORIGIN will embark on a European headlining tour at the end of May with support from IMPALED and HOUR OF PENANCE. ORIGIN has also been confirmed as one of the headliners at this year's Central Illinois Metalfest in July.


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