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New Music- Soul Remnants “Ouroboros” out 7/21

New Music- Soul Remnants “Ouroboros” out 7/21

Hailing from the outskirts of Boston, MA, Soul Remnants is a death metal quintet making a name for itself in the underground scene.The group began to form in 2003 with Thomas Preziosi on guitar and Mitch Fletcher on vocals.They aimed to combine the raw intensity of American death metal with Scandinavian black metal.

Following the release of the debut album, Ryan Murphy joined on bass, Chad Fisher on second guitar, and Colin Conway on drums. The band again entered the studio with Peter Rutcho and created their second full-length album entitled Black and Blood which built upon the already sturdy metal foundations of the debut. Black and Blood was released October 31st, 2013 on indie label HPGD Productions, to much critical acclaim. This record saw the band embark on their first overseas tour in support of the album (Devouring Europe tour 2015).  The song “Dead Black (Heart of Ice)” appears in the hit video game Rock Band 4, and is the game’s heaviest song.

In 2016, Soul Remnants returned to the studio to create their third full-length album, titled Ouroboros. A concept album revolving around a futuristic, dystopian war amongst all mankind, Ouroboros is the band’s most ambitious recording to date.  It is more dynamic than its predecessors, while still maintaining the uniquely crushing style that Soul Remnants have cultivated over their careers. Soul Remnants inked a deal with Entertainment One / Lifeblood, Inc. for the release of Ouroboros on July 21, 2017.



About Bryan Joe Corder (2829 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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