Old-school death metal squad, GRUESOME, has just shared a savage new music video for the title track from their forthcoming EP, Dimensions Of Horror.
"The video, which was created by Iron Sight Cinema, shows a young woman visiting an oracle who portends her impending demise. Upon leaving, she comes face-to-face with a zombie monk, a Skeletor looking mother fucker, and some rabid women who are out for blood. You know, your everyday experience when living in Florida."
Produced by the band and co-produced and recorded by Jarrett Pritchard at New Constellation RMP Studios in Orlando, Florida, Dimensions Of Horror is a grisly salute to DEATH'siconic Scream Bloody Gore and once again features cover art by the legendary Ed Repka (Death, Atheist, Massacre et al). A six-song slab of classic, bone-breaking, death metal jams, Dimensions Of Horror continues the development of GRUESOME's homage to the founding fathers of the genre and proves that no matter the decade, old-school death metal is always relevant, savage, and irresistible.
Dimensions Of Horror is due out May 20th, 2016 on CD/LP/CS/Digital worldwide. Physical preorders via Relapse.com can be found HERE, and digital preorders via GRUESOME's BandCamp page are available at THIS LOCATION.
GRUESOME released a pair of single-song demos in 2014, and was subsequently signed by Relapse Records in June of that year, with a full-length release (recorded in Florida, of course) planned for early the following year. The result of those recordings would become the band's debut full-length Savage Land, a truly harrowing slab of Leprosy-styled death metal released in April 2015. It's clear from the song quality on Savage Land that GRUESOME is humbly determined to keep Death's classic sound alive as faithfully as possible, and the critical acclaim for the record has reflected the band's dedication. Metal Injection called Savage Land, "the advanced, dripping-rot-from-the-corners-of-a-coffin, putrid, vile death metal throwback that you've been waiting for," while Exclaim gushed, "the enthusiasm alone on Savage Land is awe-inspiring." Now, GRUESOME has returned stronger than ever with their new EP Dimensions Of Horror. With an all-star lineup and unmatched songwriting skills, GRUESOME is willing and able to propel the historical sentiment and sincerity of Death's spirit into the present