Aseitas has unveiled the music video for new song “Impermanence,” from its upcoming sophomore album, False Peace (out July 10th on Lizard Brain Records.)
Stream the video via Metal Injection [also embedded below]:
From Portland, Oregon, Aseitas belongs to an echelon of extreme metal bands prevailing on two fronts simultaneously: challenging the mind while punching the gut. Equally progressive and savage, Aseitas marries the far-reaching and heady with the grounded and visceral.
Sophomore album False Peace is a courageous 72-minute journey, dense with musical ideas – a wildly adventurous brand of death metal that veers freely into noise and post-rock realms.
With dizzying shred, soaring melody, pensive interludes, and hideous slime-grooves, Aseitas has burned the rule books and created an album of vivid color that should thrill fans of any and all forms of adventurous music – it is essential listening for fans of cerebral/crushing bands such as Gorguts (whose Kevin Hufnagel played a guitar solo on their 2018 debut), Gojira, Ulcerate, Pyrrhon, and Artificial Brain.
“We are advancing the most sinister material to date,” states guitarist Gage Dean. “‘False Peace’ needed to be a more punishing and abstract experience – like, if our debut album took bath salts and grew a second set of fangs and scales.”
Press release courtesy of The Chain