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CRYPTOPSY | reveals vile new single/video ‘Flayed The Swine’ 

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Canadian extreme metal legends CRYPTOPSY have revealed their depraved, merciless new single, ‘Flayed The Swine‘.

Found on the band’s first full-length album in over a decade, As Gomorrah Burns, due out on September 8th via Nuclear Blast Records, the influential death-dealers’ latest single, ‘Flayed The Swine‘, is an accessible yet face-melting track that takes listeners down a dark and demented path to madness.

In true CRYPTOPSY fashion, the track is accompanied by a horrific, blood-soaked video that will only fuel viewers’ nightmares.

Commenting on the new single, vocalist Matt McGachy says:

‘Flayed the Swine’ is one of the catchiest Cryptopsy songs I have ever written. It is brutal, filled with massive groove sections and extremely vulgar.

Lyrically, it concentrates on a mental breakdown, an utter loss of control. We all have dark intentions, but we rarely act upon them. The protagonist by the end of the track most certainly wishes they hadn’t.

Pre-order As Gomorrah Burns and stream ‘Flayed The Swine

As Gomorrah Burns tracklisting

01. Lascivious Undivine
02. In Abeyance
03. Godless Deceiver
04. Ill Ender
05. Flayed The Swine
06. The Righteous Lost
07. Obeisant
08. Praise The Filth

Death metal juggernaut Cryptopsy return to pummel our collective senses anew with their new album, As Gomorrah Burns.

Their first for Nuclear Blast, the Montreal-based quartet—featuring founding member/drummer Flo Mounier, guitarist Christian Donaldson, vocalist Matt McGachy, and bassist Olivier “Oli” Pinard—advance their signature power as they celebrate 30-plus years of extremity. 

The merciless blasts of ‘Lascivious Undivine‘ and ‘Flayed the Swine‘ offer Cryptopsy at their most intense and maniacal, while ‘In Abeyance‘ and ‘The Righteous Lost’ groove savagely. As Gomorrah Burns underscores the animus of fan-favorite None So Vile (1996) and the meticulous technicality of And Then You’ll Beg (2000) with a strikingly sinister vibe.

Formed in 1992, Cryptopsy have released eight full-lengths—counting As Gomorrah Burns—to date. Out of the gate, the Quebecers set new standards in death metal with their no-compromise attack and next-level musicality.

Debut album, Blasphemy Made Flesh, shell-shocked all that encountered it, as follow-ups None So VileWhisper Supremacy (1998), and Once Was Not (2005) positioned the Canadians as apex predators.

Throughout their storied career, the group embarked on high-profile tours, such as the inaugural Death Across America tour in 1998, the Summer Slaughter Tour in 2008, and the Devastation on the Nation tour in 2017. To date, they’ve performed over 1,000 shows across 47 countries. The release of As Gomorrah Burns on Nuclear Blast re-positions Cryptopsy for yet another reign of death metal domination.

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