Asphyx Stream 'Incoming Death' Album Title Track


Asphyx have released a stream of the title track to their forthcoming album "Incoming Death", which is set to hit stores via Century Media Records on September 30th.

Singer Martin van Drunen had this to say about the track, "Incoming Death was music-wise composed in perhaps 10 minutes when Husky and Paul were checking the sound in the Perle am Rhein studio for the flexi recordings. When we all freaked out on it, we knew we had the title track for the album.

"It's so typical our Asphyx death metal style. Straight forward, no nonsense, three riff, in-your-face death metal. Not that we were looking for a title track that would be in the tradition of 'Death The Brutal Way' or 'Deathhammer'. It just came out like this. It's a damn neck breaker to raise hell to when playing live and that's why the choice for the track was only natural. Stanza, chorus, repeat, bridge, stanza, chorus, end. That's how it's done. On Instinct.

"Lyricwise three times death and gore by plague, aliens and zombies. And some metal beasts are even shorter than two minutes! So grab a beer, bang that head and scream along. This is f***in' Asphyx and we always deliver the goods!" The video for the clip features footage from their performance at Brutal Assault Open Air 2015, check it out here.


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