Finnish doom metal band God Disease shared new track ‘Built By Dead Hands’
Helsinki-based doom-metal trio God Disease today share a new track from their forthcoming second album “Apocalyptic Doom”, which is set to be released on March 10th via Gruesome Records.
Titled “Built By Dead Hands”, this new track is now playing at Invisible Oranges, who had this to say about the song “…this track is heavily focused on emotion. Longing, regret, and bitter disappointment adorn the recurring motifs in the track, brought into painful clarity through anguished vocals and biting rhythm guitar.”
The follow-up to their 2019’s debut album “Drifting Towards Inevitable Death” was mixed by Olli Nokkala at Studio Kolotila and mastered by Henri Sorvali at Trollhorn Music and sees God Disease fully embracing a haunting and poignant doom-metal in detriment of the death-metal approach explored on previous efforts. Pre-orders are now available at this location.
A music video for leading single “Ashes” is still playing at this location.
God Disease emerged from the bleakness of wintry Helsinki, Finland in 2013 exploring a more death-metal oriented approach, which is prominent in their first two demo EP’s recorded between 2014 and 2015. For the third release released in 2016 their sound slowly shifts towards a more oriented death/doom approach and in 2019 comes out the debut full-length “Drifting Towards Inevitable Death” firmly establishing the band as one of the most promising bands in Finland’s underground scene. Now the journey proceeds and the new album “Apocalyptic Doom” will surely leave a strong mark on the band’s career, setting the pace for a journey into the most obscure and intense sounds of the doom genre.
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