San Francisco Bay Area thrash legends Death Angel’s new album ‘The Evil Divide’ is due for release on 27th May via Nuclear Blast. Today, the band has released a music video for the track “Hatred United / United Hate“. Watch the clip on Youtube here:
The video was directed and edited by Tommy Jones for Videohammer Studios during the band’s recording sessions for The Evil Divide and features renowned tattoo artist Bob Tyrrell. The song also includes a special guest guitar solo from Andreas Kisser (SEPULTURA).
Receive “Hatred United / United Hate“, “Cause For Alarm“, “The Moth” as instant grat tracks when you pre-order The Evil Divide via iTunes: http://bit.ly/DeathAngeliTunes
Alternatively, pre-order a physical copy here:
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‘The Evil Divide’ was recorded at AudioHammer studios in Sanford, Florida with producer Jason Suecof (Trivium, Deicide), who previously worked on 2010′s ‘Relentless Retribution’ and 2013′s ‘The Dream Calls For Blood’. Mastering duties were handled by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in New York City.
Three decades into their celebrated career, Death Angel remain as hungry as ever. As a result, uncompromising urgency and unpredictability define the Bay Area thrash quintet’s eighth full-length album, ‘The Evil Divide’. The group - Mark Osegueda (vocals), Rob Cavestany (lead guitar), Ted Aguilar (guitar), Will Carroll (drums), and Damien Sisson (bass) - satiate the appetite for buzzsaw speed riffs, double bass mayhem, and scorching vocals over the course of ten new anthems.
Artwork for the album was created by renowned tattoo artist Bob Tyrrell.
“Both Mark and I had been tattooed by Bob, and when the subject of album artwork came up,” commented guitarist Rob Cavestaney. “We approached him to create the design. We wanted an image that would represent the idea of ‘The Evil Divide’; something beautiful, yet simultaneously wicked, hence the death moth. Bob realised our vision with mere pencil and paper, and now we proudly present to you the cover artwork for our 8th studio album, ‘The Evil Divide’.”