OTARGOS Signs With LISTENABLE

French black death metal mongers OTARGOS have inked a deal with Listenable Records. The band's just-completed new album, "Apex Terror", will be released in September. According to a press release, the CD "displays a fresher, stripped down, more intense songwriting, very immersed in a catchier death and obscure thrash metal genre," with "lyrical themes about the darker side of humanity."

"Apex Terror" track listing:

01. Apex Terror
02. Fleshless-Deathless
03. For Terra (feat. J. Truchan)
04. Remnant From A Long-Dead Star
05. Fallout
06. Xeno (instrumental)
07. Drone
08. Aftermath Hyperion
09. Versus
10. Fleshless-Deathless 2.0 (Herrshaft Remix) (digipack bonus track)

The song "For Terra" — which features a guest appearance by Julien Truchan of BENIGHTED on vocals — can be heard below.

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