Swedish death metallers DERANGED has released music video for a new track from the band’s upcoming studio album, Deeds Of Ruthless Violence, due out March 27th via Agonia Records. The video was filmed by Tobias Ankarbranth and Elis Edin Markskog of Wheelmust Production. Watch “Carnal Provision For The Rotten Masses” below.
Rikard Wermén, drummer and mastermind of DERANGED, commented on the new album: “It’s death metal like it was meant to be. No gimmicks, no costumes, no stage show, no make up, no bullsh*t. Just straight up ruthless metal the violent and intense way.”
Born in Sweden in 1991, DERANGED are seasoned veterans of the death metal scene and Rikard Wermén has been in charge of the band’s steering wheel for nearly thirty years. The band’s name was derived from a horror movie, and likewise horror became the main source of its artistic inspiration and lyrical expression. Contrary to its roots, DERANGED distincts itself from other Swedish bands that started their journey around 1990’s, and encompasses a different approach altogether, with a nod towards American death metal. Their sound is faster, technical, with several deathgrind and groove elements.
Deeds Of Ruthless Violence is DERANGED‘s tenth studio album (successor to Struck by a Murderous Siege from 2016) and first one to feature new vocalist, Johan Bergström (VISCERAL BLEEDING). It was recorded at Berno Studio (AMON AMARTH, THE CROWN, WITCHERY) in Malmö. The album’s artwork keeps the same aesthetics as its predecessor, and was created by Mike Hrubovcak (GRAVE, SIX FEET UNDER, SINISTER).