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Exorcizphobia release new single "Reflections" from upcoming album!


Hailing from the heart of Czech Republic, Exorcizphobia returns with their latest opus, "Spiritual Exodus." This thrilling LP seamlessly follows the trail blazed by their 2020 release, "Digitotality," while venturing into new dimensions of the thrash metal realm.


"Spiritual Exodus" embarks on a sonic journey that delves into themes of reincarnation, altered states of consciousness, and alternative perspectives on our reality. Songs like "Reflections," "Ring-Pass-Not," and "Through a Glass Darkly" resonate with a rich blend of ancient mysticism and contemporary urgency. The album is a tapestry of sound, weaving together old-school thrash metal with a distinct modern touch.


Exorcizphobia's musical craftsmanship shines through every track, from the blistering guitar work of Ondra Sima and Tomas Skorepa to the thunderous rhythm section of Ales Kostka and Tomas Kejkrt. The album reaches its zenith with the mesmerizing instrumental "Tiwanaku," a seven-plus-minute epic that encapsulates the essence of the band's artistic vision.


The album's physical release, scheduled for September 22 through Doomentia Records (Vinyl, CD, MC), showcases the band's dedication to the art form. A special CD edition for Japan will also include tracks from the EP "Friend Of Lunacy," released under Carnal Beast. The digital release on September 25 (October 6 for Bandcamp) will spread their sonic conquest across global platforms.


Exorcizphobia will mark the album's arrival with a German club tour, sharing the stage with Israeli band Black Sachbak.


For fans of Sacred Reich, Nuclear Assault, Voivod, Anthrax, Metallica, Annihilator, Vio-lence, Slayer, D.R.I., Suicidal Tendencies...


Recording Info: Recorded at Davos Studio by Jindrich Tomanek Mixed and Mastered by Martin Hollandr Produced by Skorepa, Hollandr, and Tomanek Artwork by Paolo Girardi Booklet Layout by Lukas Prskavec Photo by Jan Erben All music and lyrics by Tomas Skorepa and Exorcizphobia

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