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"Simulacrum" out on November 8th via Century Media Records.
6 panels deluxe digipak with 6 paintings from Vladimir Chebakov.
01. Deleuzean Centuries
02. The Embalmer
04. Anamorphia Atto III
05. The Deaden Room
07. Bent Until Fracture
08. Seed of Future Horror
09. Prey to a Vision
10. Implemini Exitio
11. Blood of the Zodiac (Machine Head Cover)
12. Cursed in Eternity (Mayhem Cover)
Guitarist Enrico S. states:
"As we step into our biggest chapter to date starting our adventure with Century Media Records, we push our boundaries not by changing our music but by offering a new distorted shape of the HIDEOUS DIVINITY you already know. That's the entire concept behind "Simulacrum": with the outstanding excuse given by David Lynch’s "Lost Highways", a universe made of non-linear, surrealistic visions, HIDEOUS DIVINITY become a new creature, its dirtiness enhanced by an aura of static permeating our music. We embrace this static, and the change it brings.
The production level achieved with "Adveniens" is now gifted with the wildest dynamic range achievable. Each instrument cutting through the mix when required by the song. As it should be. Stefano "Saul" Morabito is once again the unmatchable alchemist, and his 16th Cellar Studios the forge we'd never give up.
Just like the new, superb cover artwork by Vladimir "Smerdulak" Chebakov, we tear up our mask and subvert the rules. From Cronenberg's metamorphosis to Lynch's anamorphosis we re-compose the body of our music itself, like an electrical seizure we live over and over again. This is "Simulacrum"."
The album will feature ten original songs delivered with jaw-dropping technical finesse, as well as two covers, Machine Head’s “Blood Of The Zodiac” and The True Mayhem’s classic “Cursed In Eternity”, as bonus tracks on the digipak CD (which will also be included in the LP edition).
Recorded, mixed and mastered once again by Stefano Morabito at 16th Cellar Studio
The impressive artwork was again created by Vladimir Chebakov who also did the cover for Hideous Divinity’’s last album “Adveniens”.
New logo by Bram Bruyneel