German modern metallers CALIBAN will release their eighth studio album, “I Am Nemesis”, via Century Media Records on the following dates:
Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Norway: Friday, February 3
Spain, Italy: Tuesday, February 7
Sweden, Finland, Hungary: Wednesday, February 8
Rest Of Europe: Monday, February 6
Australia, New Zealand: Friday, February 10
U.S., Canada: Tuesday, February 28
The CD will feature guest appearances by Marcus Bischoff (HEAVEN SHALL BURN) and Mitch Lucker (SUICIDE SILENCE).
After spending 10 months writing new material, the band is very excited to get the record out to fans. “It was important to us to have an elaborate album without any fillers,” says lead guitarist Marc Görtz. “Additionally, the sound of the album is the best we’ve ever had by far: it is heavy and brutal without being chaotic.”
Lyrically, “I Am Nemesis” is a continuation of the band’s last record, “Say Hello To Tragedy”, and focuses on controversial and often overlooked world issues. Musically, Görtz says, “The album breaks new soil without forgetting our roots. There are new influences such as shimmering guitar melodies and technical grooves with MESHUGGAH-like heaviness.”
“I Am Nemesis” track listing:
01. We Are The Many
02. The Bogeyman
04. No Tomorrow
05. Edge Of Black
06. Davy Jones
07. Deadly Dream
08. Open Letter
09. Dein R3.ich
10. Broadcast To Damnation
11. This Oath
12. Modern Warfare
The “Memorial” video can be seen below.
A European tour with ALL SHALL PERISH, WE BUTTER THE BREAD WITH BUTTER, EYES SET TO KILL and ATTILA will kick off on February 2 in Karlsruhe, Germany.
CALIBAN‘s “Coverfield” EP was released this past spring. The effort contained a variety of cover songs from bands which have been an influence to CALIBAN or are among their personal favorites.
CALIBAN‘s seventh album, “Say Hello To Tragedy”, landed at No. 97 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which featuring the best-selling albums by new and developing artists (defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200).
“Say Hello To Tragedy”entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 36.