DÅÅTH Streams Rendition of MORBID ANGEL’s “Where the Slime Live” Featuring Guest Solo from DAVID DAVIDSON of REVOCATION

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Metal Blade Records recently announced the signing of Atlanta, Georgia’s experimental, progressive death metal band DÅÅTH. Their latest digital single, a cover of Morbid Angel‘s classic “Where the Slime Live” featuring a guest guitar solo performance by Dave Davidson of REVOCATION. The track was mixed and mastered by Dave Otero with artwork by Ryan Wolanski.

Guitarist Eyal Levi had this to say about the cover: “It’s funny to say this because ‘Where The Slime Live’ is a total classic, but I’ve been feeling like people have not been giving Trey and co their due for the massive impact they’ve had on the evolution of metal. Not that our version of this song is going to change the world, but if any Morbid Angel song deserves the modern treatment, it’s this one. Everything about it more than holds up and showcasing it in this fashion really illuminates how ahead of their time they were. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed learning and interpreting this BANGER of a song!”

Dave Davidson added: “‘Where The Slime Live’ is one of my favorite Morbid tunes so I was stoked to be asked to lay down a solo for this killer cover. Trey has a very unique style so it was a cool challenge to tap into his vibe and let the lava flow so to speak. Hope y’all dig it!”

“As a fan of DÅÅTH since the original demos in 2003 I absolutely jumped at the opportunity to work with the band two decades later. They perfectly executed the recording of Where the Slime Live and I’m really proud of the final mix” comments Dave Otero.

DÅÅTH previously said about their comeback: “After 12 years on hiatus, we agreed that if we’re bringing DÅÅTH back, we’re doing it right. That’s why we’re so excited to announce that we’ve signed to our dream label, Metal Blade! From day one, they understood and backed our vision for the future, have an inextinguishable passion for the genre, an incredible staff, and are one of the reasons metal is on the map and thriving. We’re excited to add to the growing metal history Slagel & Co have forged with unstoppable determination. DÅÅTH signing to Metal Blade couldn’t be a better pairing — we’re taking this to its full potential, letting nothing and nobody stand in our way. If you’re not going all out, what’s the point?”

DÅÅTH began its journey in 1999 and stayed busy for just over a decade before taking a hiatus in 2011. In that time, DÅÅTH released four studio albums (“Futility”, independently released in 2004; “The Hinderers”, released in 2007 via Roadrunner Records), “The Concealers” (released in 2009 via Century Media), “Dååth” (released in 2010 via Century Media) and toured throughout the world with bands like DARK FUNERAL, NAGLFAR, ZYKLON, DRAGONFORCE, GOATwh**e, CHIMAIRA, THROWDOWN, DYING FETUS and DEVILDRIVER, making a lasting impression with the metal community and its many sub-genres. DÅÅTH also landed a coveted spot on Ozzfest, playing before tens of thousands of fans in outdoor amphitheaters across the U.S., in addition to the infamous and long-running metal tour Summer Slaughter.

In their time, DÅÅTH managed to create an extensive fan-base worldwide with their unique brand of experimental death metal, which makes it no surprise that the metal community lit up once rumors of the band’s return began to surface online. The metal community only continued to buzz with support as members began making posts teasing new material. The metal world made it clear they were ready for the return of one of the strongest progressive death metal bands of the first part of the 2000s.

DÅÅTH 2023 lineup:

Eyal Levi – Guitar
Sean Z – Vocals
Krimh – Drums
Jesse Zuretti – Orchestration, Synth, Guitar
Dave Marvuglio – Session Bass

Last, but not least, Metal Blade Records will be releasing the band’s 2007, debut album, The Hinderers on multiple vinyl variants. Check it out AT THIS LOCATION.

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