Little Rock, Arkansas-based death metal band Soul Embraced will be releasing their fifth album Mythos July 9th on Rottweiler Records (The Order of Elijah, Every Knee Shall Bow, Abated Mass Of Flesh, Grave Robber). The thought-provoking, spiritually charged power metal album features guest appearances by Bruce Fitzhugh (Living Sacrifice) and Jeremiah Scott (Demon Hunter). The album’s first single “Like A Corpse” is currently available at digital retail outlets worldwide and, for a limited time, can also be downloaded for free on the music-sharing site NoiseTrade. The free download also includes a minute and a half teaser clip for the full album.
Soul Embraced, originally a side project of drummer David Sroczynski and William “Rocky” Gray, formed in 1997 and has been decimating the underground metal scene with a caustic, relentless aural assault for over sixteen years. The band released an EP on indie label Blood & Ink Records then went on to release three full-length albums on Solid State Records. Five years have passed since their last album and the band is now poised to explore the next chapter in their development.
The current lineup includes Chad Moore (vocals), Rocky Gray (drums), Cody Smith (guitar) and Jon Dunn (bass). Rocky Gray is best known for his drum work with multi-platinum selling artist Evanescence (2003-2007) and as a guitarist for Living Sacrifice (1999–2003, 2005, and 2008–present).
As more of a project band than a touring entity, live dates will be sparse in coming months. New dates will be posted to Facebook as they become available.
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