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Released on: 2013-08-16

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Italy’s brutal/symphonic horde, FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE, have returned with their definitive epic masterpiece Labyrinth. With only three releases under their belts, “Agony” (2011), “Oracles” (2009) and the “Mafia” EP (2010), FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE have already become one of the most talked about bands in the underground. Their unique blend of technical death metal with symphonic elements have quickly made them a favorite with fans and critics alike. Now, after a slew of successful tours in Europe and the U.S., the band has unleashed their defining moment in the form of “Labyrinth”!

In May of 2011 the band signed a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast Records and began wrapping up work on their second full length album. During this time Francesco Ferrini, the pianist and orchestrator who has worked with the band from the beginning, joined FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE as full-time member. This enabled them to have even more grand symphonic arrangements on Agony and the band’s latest release Labyrinth, taking the bands signature sound to new euphoric heights.

“Labyrinth” hones in on the bands unique traits giving fans everything they could hope for and more. Colin Marks nailed it once again making an incredible cover art work, as well as several neoclassical pieces of art for a massive inlay. The mixing and mastering work of Stefano "Saul" Morabito is absolutely amazing. "Labyrinth" sounds clear and powerful and of course it has to be considered one of his best jobs ever, so expect his name will be even stronger in the near future! Make no mistake, FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE are soon to be one of the leading forces in the extreme metal scene!

Track list Total runtime
1 - Kingborn 6:06
2 - Minotaur (The Wrath Of Poseidon) 5:10
3 - Elegy 4:18
4 - Towards The Sun 5:42
5 - Warpledge 4:32
6 - Pathfinder 5:11
7 - The Fall Of Asterion 4:39
8 - Prologue 1:07
9 - Epilogue 5:44
10 - Under Black Sails 7:26
11 - Labyrinth 4:25