"Prismatic Abyss", the new video from Australian metallers AVERSIONS CROWN, can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's sophomore album, titled "Xenocide", which will be released on January 20 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.
"Xenocide" was recorded by Adam Merker at Studio Anders Debeerz in Brisbane and mixed and mastered by Mark Lewis (WHITECHAPEL, DEVILDRIVER, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER) from Audiohammer.
Fans can now pre-order the album with or without the limited "Erebus / Parasites" seven-inch single from the Nuclear Blast web shop. "Xenocide" can also be pre-ordered digitally from iTunes, Amazon and Google Play. Pre-order the album digitally via iTunes or Amazon and receive the songs "Ophiophagy" and "Erebus" instantly.
"Xenocide" track listing:
01. Void 02. Prismatic Abyss 03. The Soulless Acolyte 04. Hybridization 05. Erebus 06. Ophiophagy 07. The Oracles Of Existence 08. Cynical Entity 09. Stillborn Existence 10. Cycles of Haruspex 11. Misery 12. Odium
The "Erebus / Parasites" seven-inch single was limited to 1,000 copies and split into four different colors: 250 each of gray, blue, clear and magenta.
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