DEATH ANGEL Releases Music Video For 'Immortal Behated'
November 21, 2019
San Francisco Bay Area metal veterans DEATH ANGEL have released the official music video for the song "Immortal Behated". The track is taken from the band's ninth full-length album, "Humanicide", which was released in May via Nuclear Blast Records.
Commented singer Mark Osegueda: "'Immortal Behated' is the second video from our latest release, 'Humanicide'. The song is basically about one's coming to terms and finally having to confront and face one's enemy/monkey on one's back... And sometimes unfortunately for many that enemy/monkey on one's back tends to be one's self..."
Added guitarist Rob Cavestany: "We are stoked to share our new video for 'Immortal Behated' with you all. One of my personal faves from our latest album, 'Humanicide', I'm so proud to see it come to visual life on screen. Our team worked very hard to make it happen, I thank them from the bottom of my heart. Hope to see you from the stage as we perform 'Immortal Behated' live on our tour!"
With "Humanicide", DEATH ANGEL has maintained its throne in the universe of thrash while still managing to remain progressive in their style. They apply a wide variety of different elements to their music, always pushing to add newness to their sound. This time around they've included everything from acoustic bits to guest musicians to even (for the first time) the notes of a piano. All 10 songs flow seamlessly yet each leaves its own distinct impression.
For the fourth album cycle in a row, DEATH ANGEL returned to producer and friend Jason Suecof (DEICIDE, TRIVIUM) of Audiohammer studios for the recording and mixing, along with the mastering of the legendary Ted Jensen (SLIPKNOT, PANTERA) of Sterling Sound, who added the final touches and brought it all to life, with artist Brent Elliott White (LAMB OF GOD, MEGADETH) providing the ominous cover artwork.
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