Star Wars Themed Death Metal Band ECRYPTUS Tease New EP!

Atlanta, Georgia-based death metal band ECRYPTUS – a Star Wars-themed group is set to release their new EP, Kyr’am Beskar’gam on January 14, 2022, via SBDC Records. You can check out a brief teaser for the EP and get more details about the band down below.

From The Press Release

Originally hailing from Korriban, but now stranded in Atlanta, Georgia, Ecryptus plays Star Wars themed death metal and they have a new EP ready for metalheads across the galaxy. The release of “Kyr’am Beskar’gam” (Mandalorian for “Death Metal”) follows two demos (2002/2004); The Continuum LP (2005); Astral Crusades EP (2008) and a 7-inch single Rancorous (2018/2020). Each of these tells tales of the Dark side and its crusade against the tyranny of the rebel forces.

On “Kyr’am Beskar’gam”, four force reckoning tracks will tell stories of the Canon Arcane and will urge you to conscript to the dark side. The EP is due out January 14, 2022 via SBDC Records (Slamming Brutal Death Community).

Listen to the following EP teaser and feel the force flow your veins:

Once live shows are a regular occurrence again, Ecryptus is not one to miss. During their dramatic rituals, they wear armor and robes and dress the stage with trophies from recent death marks.

The epic Imperial galactic death metal of Ecryptus is recommended for fans of Morbid Angel, Immolation, and Suffocation.

Track Listing:

  1. Cauterized Saber Wound Massacre (4:12)
  2. Planetary Enslavement (5:07)
  3. Compulsion to Disintegrate (4:12)
  4. Digested Over a Thousand Years (5:40)
    EP Length: 19:12

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