OUTERGODS share new single and visualizer Flesh Prison

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Nottingham, UK’s OUTERGODS has shared their new single, Flesh Prison, with an accompanying visualizer. Flesh Prison is the third track to be taken from the extreme metal group’s forthcoming album, A Kingdom Built Upon the Wreckage of Heaven, which is set for release via Prosthetic Records on September 1. Flesh Prison follows OUTERGODS‘ recent live appearance at Bloodstock Open Air, with the group also sharing upcoming UK tour dates to celebrate the release of A Kingdom Built Upon the Wreckage of Heaven: OUTERGODS – ‚FLESH PRISON‘ (OFFICIAL VISUALIZER) – YouTube

Speaking on the single release, guitarist Nathe Sinfield comments: „This was the second OUTERGODS song that was written and, like our previous single Nothing But a Fetid Worm, it gets straight into the chaos. This song quickly descends into an abrasive, discordant wall of noise using a blend of FX pedals and electronics, before falling apart completely. I think it helps sum up the overarching theme of the album in that respect.“

Vocalist Sam Strachan continues: „This is probably one of the most personal songs I’ve ever written, lyrically. It’s about feeling trapped in your own mind and feeling helpless. When Nathe sent it over to me, I fell in love with it immediately. Although it was extreme, it had a hardcore element which I really gelled with. I was listening to a lot of bands like Vein.fm and Loathe at the time and told Nathe he needed to add a filthy breakdown riff to the end of the song. This is my favourite of ours to play live.“