Swedish death metallers INSISION have issued the following update:
“We are currently working on new material for INSISION‘s next, yet-untitled full length album [for an early 2013 release].
“Now, we’re not the fastest band on the planet to release a full-length record, so for now we’ll give you one track of the latest recording of the song ‘Exaggerated Torment’, recorded this year. The track appears on our newly released 15-year anniversary CD, ’15 Years Of Exaggerated Torment’. This song was recorded along with OffBeat studio’s sound enginner Anders Eriksson in January 2012.”
“15 Years Of Exaggerated Torment” is a 23-song collection containing material from INSISION‘s first demo, 1998’s “Meant To Suffer”; a recording of the band’s second live appearance in 1998, “Live Like A Worm”; the 1999 mini-CD “The Dead Live On”; 2000’s “Promo 2000” demo; 2001’s “Revelation Of The SadoGod” demo; plus a newly re-recorded version of an old track. Due on May 25 in the U.S. and June 1 in Europe via Sevared Records, the double-CD set was once again completed with the help of engineer Anders Eriksson at Off Beat Studio in Stockholm. The cover art was created by Rian from Indonesia and can be seen below.
INSISION previously described its new material as “a mix of the complex stuff we did on our first record, ‘Beneath The Folds Of Flesh’ back in 2001 along with rhythm parts that can be explained with a more darker approach.”
INSISION‘s “End Of All” EP came out last year via Sevared.