‘Completely Different’ is what fans both old and new can expect on Corpse Garden’s upcoming release Entheogen says vocalist Felipe Tencio.
The Costa Rica based five-piece steeped with death metal roots recently announced Entheogen, the band’s second album, would be released on May 15th through both Russia’s Satanath Records and Germany’s RTM Productions, with North American distribution through Sevared Records.
Felipe goes on to elaborate,
“This album is dark, dense and aggressive. However, there are certain parts of it which focus mainly on psychedelic, hypnotizing passages that help build the atmosphere we want to create. We were immensely influenced by 70’s progressive rock bands for this album so it’s a more experimental approach to death/black metal.”
Listen to ‘Suspended Over The Abyss’ here – http://corpsegarden.bandcamp.com/track/suspended-over-the-abyss?utm_source=Future+PR+Mailing+List&utm_campaign=1e4095e370-3_25_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_fe8c3462e0-1e4095e370-67408857
Formed in 2009 and with one previous album under their belt, Burnt By The Light , Corpse Garden underwent a comprehensive line-up change in 2013 and settled down to compose and write what would become Entheogen.
Entering the Bushido Audio Production Studio in 2014 with producer Juan Pablo Calvo, the album was mastered by Eri Román at SoloHit Studios in San José with artwork by Alexander L.Brown [BNB Illustration and Design].