The waiting period was long after Night Electric Night but its follow-up is coming to you this June. The Swedish outfit Deathstars has finally revealed the details about their long anticipated fourth studio album to be called The Perfect Cult, due out on June 13th via Nuclear Blast Records. You can catch the band live on their Claws Through Europe Tour 2014 which was postponed to September.

For the upcoming new output, Deathstars finally managed to give themselves the needed time span to work in a "calm and methodic manner, fully exploring the music writing process which resulted in the most dramatic Deathstars album to date."

The Perfect Cult has been captured in several studios: drums, guitars and bass were recorded in Bohus Sound Recording, Kungälv, Sweden, vocals in Gig Studios in Stockholm, Sweden and keyboards, orchestration and editing was done in Black Syndicate, Stockholm. While the mix as usual was handled by Stefan Glaumann (Rammstein, Within Temptation), guitarist/keyboardist Nightmare took care of the production. For the drum-, guitar- and bass-production, Nightmare worked together with Roberto Laghi (Entombed, In Flames) at Bohus Sound Recording. The mastering was done by Svante Forsbäck (Volbeat, Rammstein) at Chartmakers, Helsinki, Finland.

As far as the lyrics are concerned, vocalist Whiplasher states: "All the tracks are about our lives. Each song is a reflection on a situation or a topic that deals with our experiences, usually from a jet black perspective."





Tracklist:

01. Explode
02. Fire Galore
03. All The Devil's Toys
04. Ghost Reviver
05. The Perfect Cult
06. Asphalt Wings
07. Bodies
08. Temple Of The Insects
09. Track, Crush & Prevail
10. Noise Cuts


Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Deathstars
 
Posted: 12.03.2014 by BloodTears



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psykometal - 12.03.2014 at 12:55  
Sweet! Been looking forward to new Deathstars for a couple years now.
s_t_s - 12.03.2014 at 14:14  
Hope this album will sound like a sequel to Termination Bliss because Night Electric Night was a bit weak compared to it...
Warman - 12.03.2014 at 15:38  
I am shitting my pants. I been waiting five years for this and can't remember the last time I was so eager for a new album.
Lit. - 12.03.2014 at 17:45  
Not sure I care for the cover art, but what do I care? Standing by.
BloodTears - 12.03.2014 at 18:13  
Never got into them. I bought Synthetic Generation and til this day, didn't manage to get rid of it. No-one wants to buy it.

Having said that, the cover looks cool.
BlackEssence - 12.03.2014 at 19:44  
Written by BloodTears on 12.03.2014 at 18:13


Having said that, the cover looks cool.


Yup. Fits great to their style.
AnGina-- - 13.03.2014 at 18:18  
Am I the only one who actually thought Death Is Wasted On The Dead and METAL will be fetaured as tracks on this album?
psykometal - 16.03.2014 at 04:44  
Written by BloodTears on 12.03.2014 at 18:13

Never got into them. I bought Synthetic Generation and til this day, didn't manage to get rid of it. No-one wants to buy it.

To be perfectly fair, Synthetic Generation wasn't that great. They really found their sound and hit their stride with Termination Bliss, it's far superior. And Night Electric Night is a natural successor to TB, so I have high hopes for this one.

SG was more industrial, TB and NEN are more Gothic; think along the lines of later Samael and Goth Minister.
BloodTears - 16.03.2014 at 10:55  
Written by psykometal on 16.03.2014 at 04:44

Written by BloodTears on 12.03.2014 at 18:13

Never got into them. I bought Synthetic Generation and til this day, didn't manage to get rid of it. No-one wants to buy it.

To be perfectly fair, Synthetic Generation wasn't that great. They really found their sound and hit their stride with Termination Bliss, it's far superior. And Night Electric Night is a natural successor to TB, so I have high hopes for this one.

SG was more industrial, TB and NEN are more Gothic; think along the lines of later Samael and Goth Minister.


I guess at the point I listened to Synthetic, I was so done with goth. It was a time where I explored all kinds of goth and this wasn't it. Maybe if I listen to their other stuff, I'll like it. I'll listen to this new one

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