Welsh death metallers Venom Prison unveil a music video for “Daemon Vulgaris”. The track is a part of their upcoming album “Primeval”, which is a compilation of two new songs and re-recorded versions of nine other songs from the first two EPs.
The song was originally released in 2015 on their second EP “The Primal Chaos”. Says the band: “Human cruelty can take many forms, from the daily almost unnoticed ways in which we hurt each other to atrocities like genocide and slavery. The capacity for such destructiveness is rooted deep within us. “Daemon Vulgaris” depicts humanity as the evil force of destruction. Exploring our destructive impact on other species and the capacity of the planet to sustain life as we know it. “Wrong does not cease to be wrong because the majority share in it.” – (Leo Tolstoy).”
“Primeval” is “a snapshot of the earlier days of Venom Prison, simpler times where we locked ourselves in a room for days on end to create the early incarnation of what would be our first collection of songs.” They continue: “Our first release/demo “Defy The Tyrant” was subsequently born, and we never thought this would lead onto being picked up by Prosthetic Records or touring the world. This became a starting gun for touring and festivals in between the studio to write, including what would become “The Primal Chaos”. Given the current climate and the global pandemic situation we felt it was appropriate to package together our early material so that it is presented in a form of how it was always intended. This is what you hear now. Our previous EPs plus two new tracks to give you an idea of what is to come in future.” Pick up the album when it drops October 9.