Get ready for some ripping New Mexico death metal by way of Street Tombs and their new album, Reclusive Decay, out February 17 via Carbonized Records. They’re debuting a brand new track, “Devour,” with us today.
Guitarist and vocalist Damian Jacoby says of the song’s lyrics:
“Humans are convinced by a deceptive leader to consume human flesh as a sacred right of passage to gain eternal life. Blindly submitting, the village is plunged into darkness as vile sickness riddles their bodies. Death is a respite, the false promise of eternal life long forgotten.”
Reclusive Decay was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Augustine Ortiz at The Decibel Foundry with additional recording by Galen Baudhuin, cover art by Todd White, additional interior artwork by Lucas B, and logo by Ben Brodsky.
Reclusive Decay will be released on CD, LP, cassette, and digitally. Find preorders at The Carbonized web shop here or Bandcamp here.