Brooklyn's ripping metal outfit Mutilation Rites emerge out of the underground once again with their highly anticipated new album "Chasm". A turbulent, caustic take on deathly black metal, "Chasm" sees the Mutilation Rites at the height of their songwriting, as they venture further into the darkest shades of black and absolute dread.
Each of the album's 6 tracks sees the band mix an evocative combination of death metal, punk rock, grindcore, and more to create a new sonic identity, as the band is now joined by renowned drummer Tyler Coburn (Yautja, Alraune.) With a new, revitalized lineup in place, Mutilation Rites are poised to storm the gates with a new, genre-bending approach to extreme music. Behold total death!
On this album Mutilation Rites is:
Tyler Coburn - Drums Michael Dimmitt - Guitar Ryan Jones - Bass, Vocals George Paul - Guitar, Vocals
Chasm was recorded August through November 2017. Drums and basic guitars recorded at Saint Vitus Bar. Guitars overdubbed at Growlhouse Recording (Ryan Jones’ studio), then re-amped at Chapel Black Studio with Travis Bacon (Black Anvil, Hogwasche, White Widows Pact, Grudges). Vocals and Mixing at GrowlHouse Recording. Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege Mastering.
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