"All I can say is that it is certainly a step in a new and interesting direction," says frontman Johnny Crowder. "As a whole, it is slower, faster, heavier, more engaging, and more mature than 'In Tongues.' I think we finally found our true sound."
The new effort will be the follow-up to the band's label debut "In Tongues," released in 2013. Crowder concludes, "We're touring extensively in support of this new record, so keep an eye out for dates."
The band is currently wrapping up a U.S. / Canadian tour with Aborted and label-mates Fit For An Autopsy next week.
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