Aseitas premieres “Impermanence” video

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

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