A brand-new THE CHASM track, entitled "Fortress", has been posted online at this location.
"Fortress" comes off the group's forthcoming album, "The Spell of Retribution", due on November 8 through the Earache subsidiary Wicked World Records. Comprising 10 tracks with a running time of over 66 minutes, "The Spell of Retribution" represents THE CHASM's "most adventurous and ambitious project to date, and firmly sets them apart from the rest of the current death metal scene by incorporating purposely lengthy songs dealing with intricate concepts close to the heart of frontman Daniel Corchado," according to a posting on the Earache Records web site.
Recorded at Soto Sound Studios in Illinois and then mixed by Corchado at Lux Inframundis, the album's recording was not without its problems, including at one point a studio fire that set the schedule back and led to the CD taking longer than anticipated to complete.
Upcoming THE CHASM shows:
w/ MORTICIAN, AKERCOCKE, VEHEMENCE, ANAL BLAST:
Oct. 17 – St. Paul, MN @ Station 4 (formerly The Lab)
w/ MORTICIAN, AKERCOCKE, VEHEMENCE, MANTICORE:
Oct. 18 – Chicago, IL @ Joe's
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