Goatwhore Reveals Details Left and Right about New Album

Goatwhore have been hard at work writing and recording the follow-up to 2009’s “Carving Out The Eyes Of God” and now that they have revealed a few details about this all new release. Being released February 14th via Metal Blade Records Goatwhore has settled with calling their new album ‘Blood For The Master”. An all new song called “Collapse In Eternal Worth”, can be seen HERE performed by drum-cam of Goatwhore’s very own Zack Simmons on November 12th of this year in Baltimore, Maryland.

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When asked about the upcoming release Decibel Magazine conducted an interview with guitarist Sammy Duet and he says that “the same exact [guitar] sound I used on ‘Carving Out The Eyes Of God’. We’re just trying to improve on that sound — make it bigger and fatter. That ‘Carving’ guitar sound was fucking incredible, and that’s why me and Rutan spent half the week trying to get it to sound even better, which I believe we achieved. It’s gonna have that growly, sub-nuclear kind of sound, but I think it’s gonna be almost more refined in a way — but still very nasty.” He went on to add that “The drums are a lot more natural-sounding. A lot of producers today, I don’t know; they make the drums sound fake. They sound good, but almost too good. We’re just trying to make it sound real and not like a drum machine.

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There’s the same amount of solos on ‘Carving’; maybe a few more. But there’s gonna be a lot of other… I wouldn’t exactly call them guitar solos that are gonna be going on underneath the music, but there’s gonna be certain things there that will be very different. There’s definitely some shit I’ve never really done before ever that I’ve just been experimenting with. You have to hear it. It’s hard to explain. It’s like a solo and not a solo. I think a lot of people are expecting us to repeat ourselves, but it’s not gonna be like that. We could have easily gone and written ‘Carving Out The Eyes Of God Part II’ because that album is such a natural feeling for us musically. But we didn’t want to do that.”

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