Latin American death metal act, Corpse Garden, will be releasing their third album IAO 269 in November 2017 via Godz ov War Productions on CD, vinyl, cassette and digitally. A new track "Selenomantic Ecstasies" is streaming via the SoundCloud from the link below.

IAO 269 follows up conceptually on the previous album, Entheogen (2015), and takes the band into a brand new and bolder, experimental – and even trance-like - direction. IAO 269 was produced by Colin Marston and Corpse Garden. Recorded, mixed and mastered in January 2017 by Colin Marston at Menegroth, The Thousand Caves Studio, Queens, New York.

Guitarist Federico Gutiérrez comments on what influenced this direction: "music is always a response from whatever we are feeling at the moment of its creation. It is an extension of our feelings and emotions". The album was heavily influenced by the music the band members were listening to during the creation process of the album: krautrock, 70s and 80s post-punk and ambient music among others.

The concept of IAO 269 continues from Entheogen. Federico comments: "when we were crafting the music, it became more obvious that the concept of the album would be a continuation of the concept on Entheogen: It's the harness of knowledge through the occult and realising its power and the abilities it descends upon one's hands".

Stream new track "Selenomantic Ecstasies" now:

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