Oakland, California blackened doom destroyers Abstracter will release their third full-length album, ‘Cinereus Incarnate’, in early June, this week issuing the new single Wings Of Annihilation through a premiere at Decibel Magazine.
Abstracter returns with their most astonishingly telluric, bleak, and hopeless material to date on ‘Cinereus Incarnate’. The album was recorded and mixed by Greg Wilkinson at Earhammer Studios (Vastum, Autopsy, Noothgrush) in Oakland and mastered at Audiosiege in Portland by Brad Boatright (Nails, Full of Hell, Vallenfyre).
The band declares with the new song’s debut: “Wings Of Annihilation, is another chapter to this story being told on our album where the world has ended, consumed by ravaging nuclear winds, and all that’s left of existence is a blood-soaked sunless twilight drowned in torment… And someone, somehow, is still alive to see and live this new reality.”
‘Cinereus Incarnate’ is slated for release on June 8th. Find preorders for the cassette and US LP through Sentient Ruin HERE, the European LP at Vendetta Records HERE, the European cassette at Tartarus Records HERE, the CD at I Voidhanger Records HERE, and watch for links to the Japanese enhanced CD featuring a cover of Amebix‘s “Fear Of God” at Daymare Recordings HERE.