DAATH To Relase Debut Album In January

November 8, 2006

Recent Roadrunner signees DAATH (pronounced like "goth," but with a "D") will release their debut album, "The Hinderers", on January 30, 2007.

Produced by James Murphy (ex-DEATH, OBITUARY, DISINCARNATE, TESTAMENT),co-produced by DAATH, and mixed by Colin Richardson (BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, MACHINE HEAD, CRADLE OF FILTH, FEAR FACTORY),with additional engineering by Andy Sneap, "The Hinderers" is a strong return to the classic death metal/black metal sound that ruled the scene in the early '90s.

States the band's guitarist Eyal Levi, "Colin Richardson's mix is, as expected, CRUSHING! Working with him has been a blast and having Andy Sneap re-amp our rhythm guitars is no side note. This album is going to sound like we intended it to!" The result is a classic, progressive and technical death metal album featuring the songs "Ovum", "Festival Mass Soulform", "Subterfuge", "Under A Sober Sign" and more.

"The Hinderers" track listing:

01. Sightless
02. Subterfuge
03. Under A Somber Sign
04. From The Blind
05. Cosmic Forge
06. Ovum
07. Festival Mass Soulform
08. Above Lucium
09. War Born (Tri-Adverserenade)
10. Dead On The Dancefloor
11. Who Will Take The Blame
12. Blessed Through Misery
13. The Hinderers

DAATH also welcomes drummer Kevin Talley (ex-CHIMAIRA, DYING FETUS) to the fold. Comments Levi, "Playing with Kevin has always been a natural choice for us. He's been involved with the project for years now and not only is he one of the greatest metal drummers out there, but also one of our good friends. We're excited to have him in the band and we're also extremely excited to be doing our first proper U.S. tour with the mighty CATTLE DECAPITATION." The band will be joining CATTLE DECAPITATION and GOATWHORE on the road beginning November 17 through December 15.

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