Dyscarnate Return ‘With All Their Might’
The “Kings Of UK Death”, as cited by Metal Hammer magazine have returned With All Their Might, a new album set for release 15th September via Unique Leader.
“With All Their Might is the sound of us nailing our colours to the mast in no uncertain terms,” states the band. “We’ve always worked on each new album as it’s own entity, and feel the whole thing needs to flow as one cohesive piece. Every song has its place on the record, but the lyrics and feel of each one reflects a signature theme. We feel that while this record is the most complete thing we’ve ever done, it’s also the most varied, dynamic and evolved we have ever been. We have written this album for no one but ourselves, and as a result feel we have something our fans will really connect to.”
The band is now split between Shropshire and Sussex in UK as well as Amsterdam in The Netherlands, which has meant this record has been written and recorded in a wide variety of locations. “For the last 2 weeks of writing, we set ourselves up in a secluded farmhouse just over the Welsh border, where we worked non-stop putting the final touches to the demos, as well as tracking all the vocals ourselves. Instruments were tracked in Swindon at Studio 6, and the record was mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen on Denmark’s west coast.”
“Inspiration has come from everywhere on the musical spectrum and beyond. We didn’t want to work within any kind of parameters, and tried things we wouldn’t have gone near in the past. Song and lyric concepts have included (among many others): existential dread, insanity, human perception, and strength of will.”
1. Of Mice And Mountains
2. This Is Fire!
3. Iron Strengthens Iron
4. Traitors In The Palace
5. To End All Flesh Before Me
7. All The Devils Are Here
8. Nothing Seems Right
Artwork was completed by Valnoir for Metastazis, France.
Dyscarnate has long been flying the flag for UK death metal all over the world. Having toured across Australia, Europe, Indonesia, Israel, Russia and more, fans can expect to see the three-piece powerhouse’s dominance to spread even further in the coming year. Following the release of the debut EP Annihilate To Liberate in 2008, Dyscarnate were met with overwhelming feedback from national magazines, record labels, and fans alike which consequently led to a multi-album deal with the UK’s Siege Of Amida Records. The band’s debut full-length Enduring The Massacre earned the tag of “best new death metal band in the UK, without question,” by Terrorizer Magazine. Dyscarnate toured the album extensively and internationally with such high-profile names as The Black Dahlia Murder, Despised Icon, Cephalic Carnage, and Psycroptic, then swiftly followed up the success of their debut. Cited as, “one of the best death metal albums to come out of the UK in the last twenty years” by Metal Hammer’s Dom Lawson, Dyscarnate’s devastating second record, 2012’s And So It Came To Pass, was met with an unprecedented reaction from critics and fans globally with Metal Hammer crowning the band, “the new kings of UK death,” and Terrorizer calling the album “the freshest breath of air.” Keen to capitalise on their success in the press, Dyscarnate set out on a blitzkrieg touring schedule, which saw them fly the flag for British extreme music across Australia, Israel, Indonesia, Russia, and Europe, sharing stages with such names as Cannibal Corpse, Carcass, Fear Factory, Gojira, and Decapitated among countless others.