Poland’s Vesania have released a new song from their forthcoming album, “Deus Ex Machina.” The track, “Dismay,” is streaming now at http://www.revolvermag.com/news/vesania-featuring-orion-of-behemoth-premiere-new-song-dismay.html. The Polish symphonic black metal act that features current and former members of Behemoth, Dimmu Borgir, Vader, and Decapitated, have been releasing albums and touring in Europe for over a decade. The band’s fourth full-length album, and first since 2007, is scheduled for release on October 28, 2014 via Metal Blade Records.
Orion comments on “Dismay”: “I often hear the opinion, and I agree with it – this album has no “single,” each track is different, has its own atmosphere and is equally important for the overall impression. “Dismay” is the song we started the recordings with, and this is the one that best defines the ‘rock’ sound of “Deus Ex Machina.” “Dismay” is relatively slower, sounds progressive, rather than black metal, and it adds a breath of air between the more intense songs. This is also the particular track, where the “god from the machine” from the album title is mentioned and comes down to earth.”
Fans can stream “Innocence” and pre-order copies of the album now at metalblade.com/vesania.