Brisbane metal destroyers Aversions Crown have released a new track in support of their current UK tour. The track is named after the primordial deity who personifies darkness, Erebus, and is accompanied by a gnarly visualiser / lyric video, which you can view on YouTube or by scrolling down.
‘Erebus’ will appear on Aversions Crown’s next monstrous slab of brutality, which they will be tracking this month. The new year is set to get even more oppressive as the band delve further into their extraterrestrial dystopian nightmare.
Aversions Crown have been touring the UK with Rings Of Saturn and A Night In Texas this week. They wrapped up the tour last in London at Boston Music Room.
The band’s latest album and Nuclear Blast debut Tyrant was created in the oppressive heat of Brisbane’s summer of 2014 with Thy Art Is Murder’s Andy Marsh producing and Mark Lewis (Whitechapel, Carnifax) of Audio Hammer mixing. With a thematic fixation on dystopian nightmares and hostile extraterrestrial encounters, the relentless barrage Aversions Crown churn out across these ten songs will soundtrack either a solid Halo session or the coming invasion. The striking artwork was created by Swedish visionary Pär Olofsson, who has worked with acts like Exodus, Psycroptic, Aborted, Cult of Luna, Immolation and many more.
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