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Tyrant Disciple released a new single ‘The Great Dead One’

Death/Thrash metal band Tyrant Disciple from Kauhajoki, Finland released a new single ‘The Great Dead One’. The track is taken from their upcoming debut album ‘Weight Of Oblivion’ which is released by Inverse Records on September 7th 2018.

Weight Of Oblivion was recorded in Drunkhouse Studios by the band’s guitarist Kari Lehtinen who also did the mixing and mastering. Album’s lyrical themes are around wars, religion and violence but also some historical and imaginative stories are involved.

Listen to the single:
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2K5261j
Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/album/66499052

Album cover art by HDL

Line-up: 
Sami Risku – vocals/guitars
Jussi Samppala – drums
Kari Lehtinen – guitars
Stefan Laine – Bass

Links:
https://www.facebook.com/tyrantdisciple
https://spoti.fi/2tBKY8i

 

Promo pic by Jaakko Karppinen (free to publish)

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