Pathogenic Exclusive Song Stream: “Tempest”

Pathogenic

Guess what?

Massachusetts death metal outfit Pathogenic will independently release their sophomore offering The Solipsist Dream on October 12th, 2012. The album will contain five songs and will be available in both digital and CD formats.

Musically, The Solipsist Dream will take a stylistic departure from the band’s 2011 debut Cyclopean Imagery, eschewing clean vocals and attempting to capture a more raw and energetic atmosphere.

You can hear a new track from The Solipsist Dream at the end of this post. The song is called “Tempest” and you are only going to here it at Gun Shy Assassin, folks.

“We’re excited to put out this new material,” reports vocalist Jake Burns, whom we interviewed a while back. “This is definitely a step up for us and we think that people are going to like it.”

A CD release party has been booked at The Dirty Douglas in Lowell, Massachusetts, on October 12 and will feature support from The Summoned, Conforza and Panic Candy.

Pathogenic will also be featured at the Worcester Palladium’s Rock and Shock festival and will be going on tour in support of the album from October 12 through October 20 with New Hampshire heavyweights Conforza.

The Solipsist Dream boasts five tracks total, including “Albatross,” “Cobwebs We Keep,” “A Piece of Hell,” and the title track.

Pathogenic are awesome, and I am psyched for these dudes, who have shared the stage with a plethora of national acts such as Suffocation, Periphery, Dying Fetus and The Contortionist, at shows like The New England Metal and Hardcore festival and Worcester Deathfest.

Now listen to this dope new song.

Tempest

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About Chris Harris

Chris Harris is an internationally-published music journalist and writer whose work has appeared on the pages of Rolling Stone, IFC, Revolver, Alternative Press, and Radar. The former news editor for Noisecreep, Harris also served as co-host for the site’s weekly podcast, “Creep Show." Before that, he spent four years writing for MTV News.

  • Chris (Melbourne. Australia)

    Not as good as Cyclopean Imagery.. but that’s impossible, sooo.