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Thy Art Is Murder Announce New Album ‘Godlike’

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Thy Art Is Murder have been VERY busy over the last few months. They’ve been touring across the world in celebration of their 2013 album Hate. They’ve worked with Fit For An Autopsy and Malevolence on The Aggression Sessions. But it has all been leading up to this moment. They have announced that they are going to be releasing a new album later this year. And if that wasn’t enough, it will be on their own label.

The record will be called Godlike and will be yours on September 15. Their label is also called Human Warfare, and is the result of over a decade of work.

The artwork looks like this:

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And the tracklisting like this:

01. “Destroyer Of Dreams”
02. “Blood Throne”
03. “Join Me In Armageddon”
04. “Keres”
05. “Everything Unwanted”
06. “Lesson In Pain”
07. “Godlike”
08. “Corrosion”
09. “Anathema”
10. “Bermuda”

And the first taste is here right now. That’s “Join Me In Armageddon”, and it is an absolute bruiser. Incorporating all of the world-ending qualities that have define Thy Art Is Murder over the last few years, and pushing them to another level completely, it is heavy in style and substance.

Guitarist Andy Marsh had this to say about it:

“‘Join Me In Armageddon’ is a song that started off with one idea, self-destruction. I suppose throughout this record, we have ended up touching on a lot of themes that came to the fore these last few years, for us, and maybe you, as well. Loss, distance, doubt, pressure, and tension have made their way through our lives and now are intertwined and immortalized in this record — Godlike.”

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