New York state's Dead Empires have announced a new album, coming Feb. 23 and titled Designed to Disappear, plus the addition of vocalist Jason Sherman (Torrential Downpour) to the lineup.
Previously an instrumental group, Sherman's vocals run a wide range of styles over the 8-song album, which will be issued by Silent Pendulum Records.
The band's last full-length was Secret Snakes/Silent Serpent in 2015. Watch a video for "Slay Rider" here. Bassist DJ Scully also plays in The Number Twelve Looks Like You and Black Table.
1) Spectacular Ruin
2) The Form
3) Slay Rider
4) Reverse Speak
5) A Summertime Song
6) Ones and Zeros
8) Designed to Disappear
Jason Sherman - vocals, keys, noises
John Bryan - guitar
DJ Scully - bass
Phil Bartsch - drums
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