Australian metal destroyers AVERSIONS CROWN will release their fourth studio album, Hell Will Come For Us All next Friday, June 12th via Nuclear Blast. The band discuss working with Eliran Kantor on the album artwork. Aversions Crown released an album trailer that discuss the album art, story behind it, and what the album means to them.
Watch the full video:
Vocalist Tyler Miller comments “What we have done as a band is we’ve taken four songs from the album and we created a four part story that is all about that main figure on the artwork.”
The band recently released the second single from their upcoming album, Hell Will Come For Us All, Watch the music video for “Born In The Gutter” directed by Third Eye Visuals.
Vocalist Tyler Miller comments, “‘Born In The Gutter’ is a heavy take on the great divide between the rich, the poor, and the ones felt uncared for. It ultimately represents the harsh reality that is the crude nature of the world and the people within it.”
Guitarist Mick Jeffrey states, “It’s one of the faster, more aggressive sounding songs on the album and we cannot wait to play it live.”
Hell Will Come For Us All track listing:
1. The Soil
2. Born In The Gutter
4. Caught In The System
5. Hell Will Come For Us All
6. Scourge Of Violence
7. Hymn Of Annihilation
8. Sorrow Never Sleeps
9. The Final Judgement
Hell Will Come For Us All was produced by the band while engineering was handled by Matt Shorter at Heliport Studios. The album was mixed and mastered by Will Putney at Graphic Nature Audio with additional mix engineering and vocal production by Steve Seid. Eliran Kantor was enlisted to help paint the story that would be echoed throughout the album. The particular sci-fi, melodic sound that erupts from Hell Will Come For Us All is of a high intensity, that still remains deeply captivating and listenable. The melodies, choruses, and atmospheric leads pull you in and quickly pummel you with crushing blast beats and maddening guitar work. AVERSIONS CROWN is setting the stage to conquer it’s busiest year yet.