Vile Regression Release ‘The Empyrean Divide’ Playthrough

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Just last month Irish extreme metallers Vile Regression released their second record ‘Empires’. Today the band have released a new playthrough video for ‘Empires’ closing track ‘The Empyrean Divide’.


Watch the video here!


Guitarist Baz Christie comments: “We decided on this track because we feel it showcases a lot of the technical instrumentation present on the record. It was the last song we wrote before entering the studio and we feel that technically and lyrically it’s a good representation of what people can expect from Vile Regression in the future.”


Vile Regression - Empires Artwork

Formed from the ashes of Irish extreme metal outfit Vistor Q; Vile Regression hit the scene in 2010 and released debut record ‘The Pattern Evolves’ in 2011 via Casket Music.


After sharing stages with prolific heavyweights such as Dyscarnate, Fleshgod Apocalypse and Unearth Vile Regression built a reputation as a tight and energetic new addition to the extreme metal underground and 2013 saw the band head back to the studio to record a new installment… ‘Empires’.


‘Empires’ was recorded at Trackmix Studio in Dublin, Ireland with producer Michael Richards and features 7 tracks of extreme metal; technical but not technical for the sake of it and songs which would bode well on the ears of those with a penchant for progressive metal on the darker and heavier end.


Comments the band: “We feel, ‘Empires’ is a very powerful word, invoking strength and confidence. The title came from the overarching theme within the lyrics, that being positivity and empowerment in ones life.”


“While ‘The Pattern Evolves’ dealt with very specific themes of corruption and governments, ‘Empires’ is much more positive. Lyrically the songs deal with different aspects of human emotions such as reaching your potential in life and being the master of your own empire. Songs such as ‘Raze The Complexity’ and ‘The Abstract’ are basically about being confident in yourself and purging the toxic and harmful elements around you.”


Artwork was undertaken by Bartek Siegieda (aka Splin) from Poland.


Listen to ‘Tides’ here!


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