Spain’s Demised signed on with Wormholedeath for the worldwide release of the band’s debut full length album “A Warm Place to Stay.” Check out the lyric video for the new song “Vastness” in the player at the bottom.
“A Warm Place To Stay” will be issued on the following release schedule:
Digital: June 16th (Wormholedeath/The Orchard)
CD: September 22nd (Aural Music Group)
USA: July 7th (Wormholedeath U.S.A.)
Japan: October 25th (Wormholedeath Japan/DiskUnion)
Demised is a metal band that wanders among melancholy and strength, trying to pass on the connection with nature, hope, life and death. Formed by vocalist/guitarist Andrés Pestana and drummer Adrián Hidalgo in 1996, the band was born under the influence of death metal, an extreme sound that related the human being’s decay. First release was the demo “Panthalasa” (1998), with only four tracks of pure old school death metal, followed by the debut EP “Between the Ashes and the Silence” (1999). It wasn’t until 2007 that they recorded “Cold,” a more intricate, technical and darker style was born.
The track listing for the album is:
2. Fractures & ashes
4. From the storm
5. My dreads, my fears
6. Where we all belong
7. Top of the path
9. A warm place to stay
10. The mournful flight
Check out “Vastness” here: