SEROCS share 'Building A Shrine Upon Vanishing Sands' from forthcoming EP

Updated: May 19

Featuring a set of filthy solos by the mighty Phil Tougas.

'The Fall of the Damned' (1620) by Peter Paul Rubens (1577 - 1640)

Italy's Everlasting Spew is best known for bombarding audiences with consistent aggression, one release after the next. With no plans to stop the pressure, SEROCS are the latest among the label's fold to come forth with new music via their newly announced Vore EP. Set to arrive on June 26th, Vore features members of CHTHE'ILIST, BENIGHTED and more, rounding up magnificent unit of death metal prowess. To pave the way towards the release, the band have released Building A Shrine Upon Vanishing Sands as the lead single.

SEROCS comment:


"'Building A Shrine Upon Vanishing Sands' addresses the issue of sand trafficking, an unfortunately very real phenomenon that is slowly draining the ocean of its sand, destroying marine ecosystems and sinking islands in the process. Unpolished sand is one of the main ingredients found in materials such as concrete and cement, and excessive urban development has exhausted all its sources but the seabed. Thus, sand has become a valuable currency for the nominally 'illegal' market, sold to build more infrastructure, to artificially expand islands and even to repair beaches that have been engulfed by that very process. By neglecting the long-term impact of such decisions, we are literally constructing over sinking foundations."


Stream Building A Shrine Upon Vanishing Sands below and pre-order your copy HERE.


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