Technical death metal band Revocation has re-released its debut album, Empire of the Obscene.
Only 1,000 copies of the record were pressed back in 2008, and the re-released version is also newly mixed and remastered. In addition, it features revamped cover art and a 2006 demo for the song “Summon the Spawn.” Anthony Buda, who was with the band from 2006-2012, handles the bass work.
Check out “Alliance and Tyranny” (watch for a few NSFW language at the outset):
Empire of the Obscene Track List:
- Tail from the Crypt
- Exhumed Identity
- Fields of Predation
- Alliance and Tyranny
- Suffer These Wounds
- Summon the Spawn
- None Shall Be Spared (All Shall Be Speared)
- Age of Iniquity
- Empire of the Obscene
- Summon the Spawn (Demo 2006)
- Unattained (Demo 2006)
- Suffer These Wounds (Demo 2006)