Currently working on their first full-length album (to be released in 2022), New York City-based metallers Fear Is Dead have premiered through NextMosh their brand new song titled “Disciples of Death” ahead of tomorrow’s official release — check out the tune below. The track marks the follow-up to their last single “Assimilation,” which was released earlier this year.
The Fear Is Dead camp say:
The song is fun and heavy but still thought-provoking. “Breeding to live and to die, in the beauty and cruelty, to worship the cycle of death.”
The title “Disciples of Death” was inspired by old-school metal titles, but the lyrics are very much a reflection of the times we’re living in.
Here’s more info on the band:
[Fear Is Dead] was born from and transcends the everyday struggle, exploring the darker, deeper, and sometimes grittier side of the human experience. Five EPs have been released to date – Fear Is Dead, Mourning Ritual, Eleutherophobia, What Remains, and Omnicidal. In 2019, following their last release, the band put together a short but well-received west coast tour. Launching from Vegas to California, then up the western seaboard to Seattle and back, making new fans and friends along the way.
Consisting of frontman and founder Skila, guitarist David English (contributor on the last three EPs, and second senior member), drummer Ish Roberts and fresh bassist Tony Sofio, Fear Is Dead have previously shared the stage with bands like Rebelmatic, Solemn Vision, HED PE and more. Stay tuned for more news from the NYC shredders.
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