Since their debut album Of Fracture And Failure was released in 2007, New Zealand extreme metal band Ulcerate have been known for pushing the boundaries of metal itself. Ambitious and forward-thinking without ever being boring, their 2009 album Everything Is Fire could also be considered a metaphor for the band itself – in that everything the band touches is fire.
It goes without saying that the band’s newest work has been hotly anticipated for sometime, and while Stare Into Death And Be Still was supposed to release April 24th, not everything has gone according to plan for Ulcerate. Thanks (well, no thanks) to an unfortunate leak on the Internet, the band has moved forward with releasing a full album stream via Youtube to tide you over ahead of this Friday’s release. Stream it below and get enveloped into what is already one of 2020’s most important metal records. Blending death metal, post-metal, and apocalyptic themes, the album definitely fits the bill of what humanity is experiencing now.
New Zealand-based death metal trio Ulcerate will unleash their anticipated sixth album, Stare Into Death And Be Still, April 24th. The band, who have released some of the most intriguing albums in all of extreme metal throughout their career, have also released a new song in the form of the album’s title track. With a more melodic edge than longtime Ulcerate fans might be used to, the band’s new song is one to pay attention to.
New Zealand death metal outfit Ulcerate have announced details for their forthcoming album, entitled ‘Shrines Of Paralysis‘. The effort will be will be the band’s fifth full length release, and their first since their critically acclaimed ‘Vermis‘ in 2013. Additionally, the band have announced dates for an upcoming US tour that will span from November 2nd, through the 29th. Support on this trek will come from the Icelandic Zhrine, and Montreal death metal outfit Phobocosm.
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