From Hyderabad, India emerge Godless, a new death metal force that’s both powerful and stimulating. Featuring members of Skrypt, Shock Therapy, and Eccentric Pendulum, this is a new sound, a new sonic vision. None other than Joe Haley of Psycroptic (Australia) fame has mixed and mastered the album, in addition to doing a guest solo on this debut album which holds great promise. With unceasing momentum, a staccato delivery, and bucket-loads of power, ‘Centuries of Decadence’ is touted to be one of most notable albums to ever come out from the region. With an aesthetic that’s dark and intriguing, Godless convey their message perfectly and go straight for the jugular, speaking out against the maladies that plague modern society. Their voice of dissent is tangible and they’re here to unleash their brand of death metal upon the unsuspecting masses, fueled by angst, purpose and an undying passion for extreme music. The era of Godless has only just begun.
Here’s the statement from the band : “We are proud to announce that our debut EP Centuries of Decadence has been mixed and mastered and is ready to be unleashed. This is 18 minutes of fast-paced, skull-crushing, thrash-laced death metal with a shit ton of riffs. We’ve got a lot of exciting announcements coming up soon. Check our Facebook page to stay updated.”
Check Out The EP Teaser below:
Track list for “Centuries of Decadence”:
The album art is based on the second song of the EP, Ossuary. Ossuary talks about a wretched creature that dwells deep in the catacombs in a state of suspended animation, about to complete its last phase of hibernation to wreak havoc onto the world. The lyrics are a metaphor for nefarious covert organizations within the governments of today. Replicant, as the title suggests, was inspired by Blade Runner (1982). Oneiros speaks of the shaper of nightmares. This particular version has been inspired by Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman.