MORTAL DECAY To Release 'The Blueprint for Blood Spatter' November 26; Streaming New Track.

Underground death metal gurus Mortal Decay have returned to melt any faces left unliquified after 2005's Cadaver Art. After signing to Comatose Music earlier this year, the band entered the studio to record what would become their long-awaited fourth studio full-length, The Blueprint for Blood Spatter. Set to be unleashed on November 26thThe Blueprint for Blood Spatterthreatens to be one of this year's most relentless death metal releases. To give fans a little taste of the blood they've been thirsting for, Mortal Decay and Comatose Music have teamed with for the exclusive world premier of album track "Jugular Gurgle." Check it out at this location.
For over twenty years Mortal Decay has astonished the death metal community with their very unique style of technical and innovative song writing that sets them apart from others. Now this South Jersey powerhouse are poised to release their first album in over eight years! 'The Blueprint for Blood Spatter' is a punishing release full of substance and musical composition that exceeds the standard without any limits. Vocal performance on this album is spewed forth by the mighty Danny Nelson of Malignancy. Brace yourself for total death metal destruction!

Here is what Mortal Decay says about the new album, "In believing that this is our most solid material to date, and that we are individually at our best, it can be summed as a definitive collection of songs. Ranging through every era of the band, and including newer experiments, our collective energy and creativity was reborn and still exploding at a level beyond what we could have imagined. True Mortal Decay fans will get a taste of all levels of our musical direction at its finest."

A promo video for The Blueprint for Blood Spatter is now playing HERE.

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Monty Mukerji - Bass 
Joe Gordon - Guitar 
John Hartman - Guitar 
Anthony Ipri - Drums 
Danny Nelson - Vocals

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