Today, Decibel celebrates the release of a new 7" recording by English heavy-hitters Binah with a stream of the EP's first track, "Rupture of Silence." The song and its two companions, Side A's "Hempiteran Maraud" and Side B's "Torpid Blight of the Spirit," comprise A Triad of Plagues, about 12 minutes of ripping death metal goodness. Guitarist/vocalist I.R.G. informs us, "the EP is centred around the concept of plagues, each song approaching the theme from a different perspective." This follows the band's 2012 release, Hallucinating in Resurrecture, and in what fine form! Chaos tears open "Rupture of Silence" before a grumbling mood-changer heralds a much more palatable groove midsong. But don't take my word for it!
Per the label, Dark Descent: "It is available [today] in purple vinyl or black vinyl via a co-release between Dark Descent Records (www.darkdescentrecords.com) and Me Saco Un Ojo Records (www.mesacounojo.com). The band is also playing their first live show along with Necros Christos in London on June 14th."
I.R.G. is quick to point out that the show should be considered a rare live appearance, since the band does not expect to play many live shows after this.
Consider yourself ruptured.