IMPIETY: 'Paramount Evil' Details Revealed

Singaporean/Mexican metallers IMPIETY, now featuring drummer Oscar Garcia (HACAVITZ, ex-RAVAGER) and lead guitarists Antimo (HACAVITZ, ex-RAVAGER, DISGORGE) and Eduardo Guevara (HACAVITZ, BLOODREAPING), have set an October 18 release date through Poland's Agonia Records for their fourth full-length album, "Paramount Evil". The CD was recorded at Ambox Studios in Queretaro, Mexico, and was produced by IMPIETY and Carlos Padilla. The album contains eight new songs and one extra bonus track for the limited digipack/LP version.

"Paramount Evil" track listing:

01. Sunrise Defloration
02. Carbonized
03. Indomitable Fist of Decius
04. Reign The Vulture
05. Adonai Made Excrement
06. Pillars of Perversion
07. Mighty Impiety
08. Sunset Detonation
09. Morbid Visions (SEPULTURA cover)*

* CD digipack and LP only

The CD digipack version is limited to 2,000 copies (comes with sticker), LP to 500 and picture disc to just 100. View the cover artwork at this location.


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