CRYPTOPSY: 'Fear His Displeasure' Lyric Video

CRYPTOPSY: 'Fear His Displeasure' Lyric Video

The official lyric video for the song "Fear His Displeasure" from Canadian extreme metal veterans CRYPTOPSY can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's forthcoming EP, "The Book Of Suffering - Tome II", which will be released on October 26. The cover art was created by Remy C. from Headsplit Designs and can be seen below. The effort was produced, mixed and mastered by Donaldson at The Grid studio in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

CRYPTOPSY is something of an enigma. Having gotten its start way back in '92, only a few short years after the birth of death metal, the band, nearly thirty years later, continues to out-brutalize bands half its age. That is some serious intestinal fortitude.

Much like 2015's critically acclaimed "The Book Of Suffering - Tome I", "Tome II" promises an inhuman musical journey that once again defies the universal laws of gravity, rhythm, vibration, polarity, and chaos. Almost unbelievably, "Tome II" amps up the chaos, delivering an even more ferocious- and superior-sounding experience, thanks in part to the knob-twiddling magic of longtime guitarist Christian Donaldson.

Pre-orders for "The Book Of Suffering - Tome II" are available now via CRYPTOPSY's Bandcamp page as well as on iTunes. Upon pre-order, fans will receive a digital single of "Sire Of Sin".

"The Book Of Suffering - Tome II" track listing:

01. The Wretched Living
02. Sire Of Sin
03. Fear His Displeasure
04. The Laws Of The Flesh

Photo by Eric Sanchez


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