ANTROPOMORPHIA reveals details for new album, ‘Sermon ov Wrath’

Launches title track, starts pre-order!

On February 24th, AntropomorphiA returns with their latest collection of gospels of the obscene! Mark your calendars since ‘Sermon ov Wrath‘ is easily the band’s magnum opus as of yet. You better don’t waste a second of your existence and head immediately over to where the haunting title track is just waiting to creep into the subconscious.

Sermon ov Wrath‘ will be released on vinyl as well as on Digi-CD and is available for pre-order!

Comments AntropomorphiA singer/guitarist Ferry Damen: “This is by far our most diverse and strongest incantation to date. ‘Sermon ov Wrath’ has a veil ov our poisonous roots breathing throughout the whole album while never compromising or abiding to any limitation. We’ve entered a new realm and have become a different type ov beast. Beyond the veil ov wicked Dead!

Featuring artwork by 13 Candles Tattoo/Madeleine Hoogkamer, ‘Sermon ov Wrath‘ was once again recorded at drummer Marco Stubbe’s Aftermath Studio, and then mastered by Tore Stjerna at Necromorbus Studio, giving the album a savage, crushing sound. As their most diverse record to-date, ‘Sermon ov Wrath‘ contains a bewitching atmosphere, furious groovy riffs, and merciless brutality – proving that the band is not afraid to experiment within the genre.

Sermon ov Wrath‘ tracklisting:
01. Sermon ov Wrath
02. Suspiria de Profundis
03. Murmur ov the Dead
04. Ad Me Venite Mortui
05. Crown ov the Dead
06. Sinful Rapture
07. Within Her Pale Tomb ov Putrid Lust
08. The Blistering Splendour ov Darkness
09. In Bestial Decadence

AntropomorphiA line-up:
Ferry Damen – vocals, guitar
Jos van den Brand – guitar
Marc van Stiphout – bass
Marco Stubbe – drums;”>

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