Origin Detail New Disc

Disc to feature S.O.D. cover

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Technical death metal outfit Origin will, on July 8, release a new album called Omnipresent.

Nuclear Blast will release the album.

The CD was recorded with longtime producer/engineer Robert Rebeck at Chapman Recording in Lenexa, Kansas, and was mixed and mastered at Menegroth — The Thousand Caves with Colin Marston.

The artwork was once again created by Colin Marks.

Says Origin vocalist Jason Keyser: 

“We were very happy to be able to work again with Colin Marks of Rain Song Design for the artwork of Omnipresent. He designed the art for our previous album, Entity, which had a barren, stripped down minimalism, but for Omnipresent, we wanted bigger.

“We were looking for something that would represent the total insignificance and helplessness of humanity to the impending doom of the universe that surrounds us at all times. It’s a strong running theme of the album, lyrically; how our pride and arrogance can advance us as a species in so many ways, eventually conquering the unknown reaches of space. But ultimately we continue to exist only at the whim of the cold, indiscriminate forces that could snuff our sentient spark at any moment.

“The title of the album, Omnipresent, works perfectly with the artwork in the way that omnipresence does not come from expanding to new worlds and growing as a species, but only through being whittled down to a last living being alone in the universe. The final failed experiment of life has no comparison, it is the most powerful, only through our sentient extinction can we finally understand some sliver of godhood.”

Here’s the track listing:

1. All Things Dead

2. THRALL:FULCRUM:APEX

3. Permanence

4. Manifest Desolate

5. Absurdity of What I Am

6. Source of Icon
7. Continuum

8. Unattainable Zero

9. Redistribution of Filth

10. Obsolescence

11. Malthusian Collapse

12. The Indiscriminate

13. Kill Yourself (S.O.D. cover song)

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