Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with Calgary metal project Arbitrator to bring you the exclusive lyric video premiere for “Stillborn Bastard Of The Nazarene”, which comes from the band’s upcoming album Indoctrination Of Sacrilege (out February 13th).
Arbitrator is the brainchild of Rob Kukla, who handles nearly all aspects of the music in studio, although he did draft Soilwork‘s Dirk Verbeuren for drums and Jens Bogren (Katatonia, Opeth) did the mastering.
I won’t bullshit. ‘Indoctrination of Sacrilege’ is just that – a journey discovering the Arbitrator sound. It’s our first album and not our destined grand opus. It is, however, an excellent piece of carefully crafted music. Those that find satisfaction in ominous and progressive death metal of a grand scale will undoubtedly find something for themselves in here.
Head below for the lyric premiere and head over to Bandcamp to preorder the album.
Rob Kukla explains “Stillborn Bastard Of The Nazarene”:
‘SBOTN’ was the last song written for the album and by far the strongest testament to the future of the arbitrator sound. Upon it’s completion I knew that writing for the album had to be concluded, as it brought about such a strong revelation of musical direction for me. It’s heavy, epic, catchy, and above all unforgivably hateful. Jorgan Redick’s tastefully crafted lyric video brings the track nothing but justice.
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