THE AMENTA: 'V01D' Details Revealed

Australian extreme music collective THE AMENTA has revealed the track listing for its enormous multimedia release, "V01D". Combining the harsh, ugly electronics of previous works with a wall-of-noise approach to melody which has hitherto only been hinted, "V01D" is a true multimedia experience.

"V01D" track listing:


01. Empty
02. V01d (exclusive new song)
03. Erebus (re-recorded)
04. Ache
05. Junky (re-recorded)
06. Spine (re-recorded)
07. Null
08. Vermin (re-recorded)
09. Nihil (re-recorded)
10. Nil
11. Enigmatize (originally performed by ARMOURED ANGEL)
12. None
13. Junky (remix)
14. Nihil (remix)
15. Vermin (remix)
16. Erebus (remix)


The Amenta Live In Sydney - Multi-Camera, Pro-Audio Video:

01. Junky
02. Vermin
03. Mictlan
04. Erebus
05. Vermin (film clip, never before released)

"V01D" will be released free of charge on March 8 via exclusively.

With guest appearances by "Occasus"-era vocalist Mark "Cesium 137" Bevan and former bass player Dale Harrison and incorporating a new song, re-records, an ARMOURED ANGEL cover, electronic experiments, remixes professional video and mastered by Alan Douches (HATE ETERNAL, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN), "V01D" is THE AMENTA's response to download culture.

As a taster for this massive release, THE AMENTA has released a multimedia "single" for the track "Vermin", featuring a film clip, live clips, remixes and the re-record.

"Vermin" is free. It can be downloaded from It is available for one week only.


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