Daath Reveals Details About The Concealers
On their debut album, the deathy but memorably melodic 'The Hinderers,' Atlanta's Daath were able to carve out a name for themselves, appearing on 2007's Ozzfest and through continuous touring. But there was also some confusion about the band's nature, since the Daath's initial, underlying lyrical concept centered on principles of Jewish mysticism and the Trees of Life and Death, which Daath have since evolved away from. There was also an electronic-leaning, remixed version of the song 'Dead on the Dance Floor.' After parting ways with its singer, the band bounced back with a bigger, bolder record, since 'The Hinderers,' while a respectable slab of technically proficient metal, was essentially a glorified demo. Chronically zen guitarist Eyal Levi wants to set the record straight about his band and its new album, 'The Concealers.'
"We're getting ready to put out what we consider to be our first true album with our first true lineup," Levi told Noisecreep. "There's a lot of misconceptions out there about what we're all about –kabalistic mumbo jumbo, industrial death metal-- so I can't wait to wipe people's minds clean of those with a dose of what we're really about." Century Media will release 'The Concealers' on April 21.