Asphyx Reveal Incoming Death Album Artwork And Tracklisting

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Militant old school European death metal band Asphyx plans to release its new album, Incoming Death, on September 30, 2016 with the following tracklist:

Tracklist

  1. Candiru
  2. Division Brandenburg
  3. Wardroid
  4. The Feeder
  5. It Came From The Skies
  6. The Grand Denial
  7. Incoming Death
  8. Forerunners Of The Apocalypse
  9. Subterra Incognita
  10. Wildland Fire
  11. Death: The Only Immortal

Frontman Martin van Drunen released the following statement:

11 furious songs in the traditional death/doom style which we are known for so well…The album title already existed two or three years ago, being a phrase that doesn’t really exist but refers to what entrenched soldiers cry out when under severe artillery fire….

And here is a list of upcoming ASPHYX shows in 2016:

07.23.2016 Ostrý Grún (Slovakia) – Gothoom Open Air
09.03.2016 Essen (Germany) – Turock Open Air
09.10.2016 Hüttikon (Switzerland) – Meh Suff Fest
09.17.2016 Püchersreuth (Germany) – Storm Crusher Festival
10.07.2016 Arnhem (The Netherlands) – Willemeen / Album release show!
11.19.2016 Ostrava (Czech Republic) – Dolní oblast Vítkovice
11.26.2016 Bucharest (Romania) – November To Dismember Festival
03.03-04.2017 Umea (Sweden) – House Of Metal Festival

Lineup
Paul Baayens – Guitars
Alwin Zuur – Bass
Martin van Drunen – Vocals
Stefan “Husky” Hüskens – Drums

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