GHOULGOTHA – To Release New Studio Album “To Starve the Cross”


Ghoulgotha - To Starve The Cross - promo album cover pic - 2016 - #MO99033ILMF

Southern California’s Ghoulgotha have re-emerged from the depths with the release of To Starve the Cross. The band’s 2015 debut – The Deathmass Cloak – was praised by critics for its demented revisionism of doom-infused, old-school Death Metal. To Starve the Cross sees Ghoulgotha twist an already abstract reality into forms never before experienced.

Cvlt Nation, in response to the release of The Deathmass Cloak, said it was time to “posers the door.” To Starve the Cross is the 10-headed beast ready to devour those who didn’t heed that warning. This album, simply put, is a masterpiece of atonal and dissonant Death Metal delivered straight from the warped mind of Wayne Sarantopoulos (Decrepitaph, Encoffination, et. al).

The band has posted a video for album track  “The Sulfur Age” at this location or inhale it below:

To Starve the Cross was mixed and mastered by Damian Herring at Subterranean Watchtower Studios with artwork by Mattias Frisk. Dark Descent will unleash this monster June 13 on CD and digital formats with vinyl treatment coming soon after.

Goulgotha - promo band pic - 2016 - #MO99099IWR

For more info on GHOULGOTHA

www.facebook.com/ghoulgotha666

www.darkdescentrecords.com

darkdescentrecords.bandcamp.com

www.facebook.com/DarkDescentRecords

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LONG LIVE GHOULGOTHA.

LONG LIVE METAL.

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