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Thy Art Is Murder Bow To “Keres” On Debauched New Track

Thy Art Is Murder are on fire at the moment. The Aussie bruisers are gearing up for the release of their new album Godlike. That will be dropping in a couple of months. Their first full-length in four years, they have a lot of pain to catch up on. And they are leaving no stone unturned when it comes to how hot and heavy their new material is. They have already shared the glorious “Join Me In Armageddon“. And now they have shared a new piece of almighty devastation in the form of “Keres“.

Named after the spirits of death that appear in Greek mythology, the track is an unrelenting and pitch-black take on modern destruction. Delivering death metal intensity, deathcore brute force and all-out evil atmospheres whilst still managing to sneak in properly catchy melodies, it is one of the band’s finest tracks to date. A triumph in every sense and a sign of just how much they have mastered their craft.

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Guitarist Andy Marsh agrees, stating:
 “It’s not often we have this level of excitement to present a new single to the world. Keres is a metal anthem filled with grinding verses and stomping choruses, stripping down some of the complexity that may have gotten in the way of previous attempts to deliver a song of this magnitude. The Keres was an evil sprite in ancient Greek mythology that would feed on the dead but could not participate in acts of violence. We think this behavior is as relevant in the arena of news and politics as it was on those ancient battlefields.”

Thy Art Is Murder will drop Godlike on September 15 via Human Warfare. Here is the aforementioned “Join Me In Armageddon” to whet the appetite even more:

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