Italian brutal death metallers Vomit the Soul have unveiled their heavy-hitting new track, 'The Lost Aurea', featuring an accompanying music video that includes the band for the first time ever. This is the second single to be released from their new album Cold, due out on 12th November via Unique Leader.

Watch the video - the first ever by the band - to 'The Lost Aurea' here:
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On the new single, bassist Stefano Rossi Ciucci comments: "'The Lost Aurea' is the most direct, slamming and groovy song from the new album. It's 100% Vomit the Soul. The pathological and obscure guitar riffing gives the right mood and represents the Apostles working for the macabre ritual, annihilating every rebellion of the wandering souls. In this moment, the Apostles suck their souls to create devoted slaves."

Speaking about the live performance music video that accompanies the track, Stefano continues: "This is our first videoclip ever. We decided to create a raw and visceral live session vibe that represents our mood and attitude! We love to be on stage and we can’t wait to plan out our live sets. A special mention goes to Maurizio Del Piccolo of Moviedel Italia Productions, our videographer. He did an awesome job and it came out really great!"

Born in 2000, Vomit The Soul is the final product of an idea conjured up by three friends fascinated by everything concerning death metal. With two EPs, one live album and many shows with the likes of Cripple Bastards, Genital Grinder and many more under their belts, the band inked a deal with NC based label Comatose Music for the release of their debut full length; Portraits of Inhuman Abominations.

Reactions from listeners for Portraits of Inhumane Abominations were positive, earning them a strong following from extreme music fans and media worldwide. In support of the record, Vomit the Soul were invited to play some international death metal festivals like Ludwigshafen Deathfest, Neurotic Deathfest, Insane Insanity Deathfest, Undergrind Freakfest II, and shared the stage with bands from the likes of Necrophagist, Arsebreed, Impure, Gorerotted, Psycroptic, Insidious Decrepancy, Prostitute Disfigurement, Godless Truth, Napalm Death, and Carnal Decay.

Vomit The Soul's style soon evolved into something more complete, personal, groove-oriented, and more aggressive than ever. In 2008, the band completed recording their second album Apostles of Inexpression at 16th Cellar Studios in Rome. In the same year the band parted ways with Comatose Music and instead started their new journey with Unique Leader Records, releasing Apostles of Inexpression in 2009. Splitting up soon after the release, 2020 saw the band reunite with a new bassist: Stefano Rossi Ciucci (Bloodtruth, Instigate).

The band began writing a fresh album to mark Vomit The Soul's new era, titled Cold. The nine-track behemoth was mixed and mastered by the Italian sound sorcerer Stefano Morabito (Hour Of Penance, Eyeconoclast, Unfathomable Ruination, Bloodtruth), and bears the sinister artwork of the illustration master Caelan Stokkermas. The release comes as Vomit The Soul's first new material in 10 years and Unique Leader Records will release Cold on 12th November 2021.

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