Decapitated fine points its sixth album, ‘Blood Mantra’

Decapitated reveals details for its sixth studio album, ‘Blood Mantra’ which will be released in September via Nuclear Blast Records.

Inside information, details, everything are in the details. And when a band like Decapitated give details for its incoming album ‘Blood Mantra’, it is worth taking a look. This time the detail is in the cover artwork made by Lukasz Jaszak, who has worked with the band before for the cover of ‘Carnival Is Forever’. The producing was made by the brothers Wojtek Wiesawski and Slawek Wiesawski. Obviously, for fans, the most important detail is when ‘Blood Mantra’ will come out, and that would be on September 26th through Nuclear Blast Records. ‘Blood Mantra’ is the follow up to their 2011’s highly acclaimed ‘Carnival Is Forever’ album, which features the band’s new drum player, Michal Lysejko, who recently integrated the band while touring with Lamb Of God back in January this year.

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For death metal fans, Decapitated is the go to band, it cemented the foundations for many bands and fans alike, and when a band like this take some risks to evolve musically, one has to only praised that effort. After three years of waiting the successor of ‘Carnival Is Forever’, Decapitated commented regarding the sound that ‘Blood Mantra’ possesses as well as their fervor in which regards to the new stuff:

[blockquote cite=”Waclaw Kieltyka”]Extreme and groove – I think that’s the best way to describe our new album. This time we feel that we have something totally crushing and huge… ‘Blood Mantra’ is the most heavy and mature album we ever did in our career. I cannot wait to start to play songs live because riffs are soo deep and powerful.[/blockquote]

Thus, for those of you looking forward to this album, you can check the artwork above.

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