VACUOUS DEPTHS premiere new track at Tuesday September 20 2022, 10:08 PM
VACUOUS DEPTHS premiere new track at

Today, Tampa death metallers  Vacuous Depths  premiere the new track  "Corporal Humiliation"  at . The track is  the second to be revealed  from the band's highly anticipated debut album,  Corporal Humiliation , which will be released on November 4th as a joint release among  Blood Harvest Records Chaos Records , and  Goat Throne Records Chaos   will handle the CD version;  Blood Harvest  and  Goat Throne  will handle the cassette version for Europe and North America, respectively; and the vinyl version will be a joint effort by all three labels. Hear  Vacuous Depths ' title track "Corporal Humiliation" in its entirety exclusively  HERE .

In 2017, guitarist/vocalist Austin Thomas formed  Vacuous Depths  in Tampa, Florida - the birthplace of death metal. He recruited drummer Christ Wotring and bassist Doug Gialluca, and promptly recorded a digital-only six-song demo. After a handful of shows, both Wotring and Gialluca exited the group. Thomas would not be deterred, and took his heavy churning songs with him. Re-formed and reinvigorated,  Vacuous Depths  launched in to 2019 with new bassist Arturo Palomo and with a re-release of their 2017 six-song demo on Texas label  Goat Throne Records . Joined by new drummer Dustin Rogers, the band entered The Hum Depot studio with Dan Byers in October of 2021 to record their debut full-length,  Corporal Humiliation .

A grand entrance, to say the very least,  Corporal Humiliation  disgustingly displays  Vacuous Depths  at their rawest, most furious, and most uncomfortable. Not just typical Tampa death metal - although, undeniably, those are the band's roots - here  Vacuous Depths  drown in the influence of primitive late 1980s and early 1990s death metal as a (w)hole: only the most wretched and wrong sounds abound. A true DEATH METAL record for true death metal diehards, nevertheless do the power-trio put their own twist on the pummeling sounds from some of the most notorious scenes of Finland, Mexico, and South America. And at 10 songs in a murderously swift 34 minutes,  Corporal Humiliation  does exactly what it says on the tin and gets the fuck out before the perpetrators get caught. Evil deeds done dirt cheap? Truly, these are  Vacuous Depths ... 

In the meantime, hear the brand-new title track "Corporal Humiliation" exclusively  HERE , courtesy of Also hear the previoulsy revealed "Exteriorization" both  HERE  at  Blood Harvest 's Bandcamp,  HERE  at  Chaos ' Bandcamp, and  HERE  at  Goat Throne 's Bandcamp. Preorder info for  Chaos ' CD version can be found  HERE ; preorder info for  Blood Harvest 's tape edition can be found  HERE , while preorder info for  Goat Throne 's tape edition can be found  HERE .

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