DEAD BEYOND BURIED: 'The Dark Era' Trailer Released

U.K. death/extreme metallers DEAD BEYOND BURIED have have completed work on their third album entitled, "The Dark Era", to be released later in the year. The CD was recorded, mixed and mastered at Hertz Studio in Bialystok, Poland with the Weislawscy Brothers (VADER, BEHEMOTH, DECAPITATED, HATE).

DEAD BEYOND BURIED's previous two efforts — 2010's "Inheritors Of Hell" and 2007's "Condemned To Misery" — were both released through Siege Of Amida Records.

In a 2011 inteview, DEAD BEYOND BURIED bassist Simon Lee described "The Dark Era" as "an album that truly reflects where we are as a band right now. We have taken all our influences and really tried to create something unique instead of using the usual death metal blueprint. This is the best album we have ever recorded by a long way and we think that getting away to Poland has made a huge difference. We can't wait for fans of the band to hear the results."

A trailer for "The Dark Era" can be seen below.


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