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ANALEPSY Reveals Details Of New Album ‘Quiescence’

by Natas Dog

Portuguese slamming, brutal death metallers ANALEPSY reveal details of their upcoming new album and follow-up to 2017’s debut “Atrocities from Beyond”. Titled “Quiescence”, the album will be released on May 27th on vinyl via Agonia Records. Digital/CD/MC release will be handled by Miasma Records and Vomit Your Shirt on April 15th.

A new song, music video and pre-orders are expected to be released on January 31st.

“Quiescence” continues the space motif from ANALEPSY’s previous releases, but from a different perspective. There are no living creatures, only the deserted cosmos awaiting its own demise. The album features guest appearances from Ricky Myers (SuffocationDisgorge), Angel Ochoa (CephalotripsyDisgorgeAbominable PutridityCondemned) and Wilson Ng (Facelift DeformationVermicular Incubation).

The band commented: “We are delighted to present our most recent work: Quiescence! This has been a tight process, and despite all the changes the band went through, everything worked like clockwork. The essence of our music lives on!”

Tracklisting:
01 Locus of Dawning
02 Impending Subversion
03 Elapsing Permanence (featuring Wilson Ng)
04 Accretion Collision
05 Stretched and Devoured (featuring Angel Ochoa)
06 Converse Condition
07 Fractured Continuum
08 Spasmodic Dissonance (featuring Ricky Myers)
09 Edge of Chaos
10 Quiescence (Instrumental)

The recordings of “Quiescence” took three months (August – October, 2021), entailing the skills of guitarist/co-founder Marco Martins, guitarist/vocalist Calin Paraschiv (ex-Pestilence), bassist João Jacinto and ex-drummer Tiago Correia. The album was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Miguel Tereso at Demigod Recordings studio in Caxarias, Portugal. The cover artwork was created by Pedro Sena – Lordigan.

Photo credit: Joël Martins

Line-up:
Marco Martins – guitar
João Jacinto – bass
Calin Paraschiv – vocals/guitars

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