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BANISHER: "Extradition" Video; Degrees Of Isolation Full-Length Out Now On Selfmadegod Records

Following Selfmadegod Records' February release of Degrees Of Isolation, the fourth album from Polish death metal act BANISHER, a new video from the album has been issued. The official video companion to the crushing track "Extradition" has been unveiled through a premiere at Metal Injection.
 
BANISHER'spowerful lineup includes current and former members of Decapitated, Belphegor, Vital Remains, Hate, Redemptor, and Shodan. Degrees Of Isolation delivers eight new songs recorded at Invent-Sound Studio. The album's cover art was created by Łukasz Jaszak, who also filmed and produced the new video for "Extradition."
 
BANISHER offers with the video, "'Extradition' tells the story about inmates being held and transported between jails and the methods of treating them during the process. It describes the feelings and subjective perception of the free world from the point of view of a person being held in a custody. Appreciating all the views on the road, which were once in reach on daily basis, are now seen through barred windows of an armored vehicle. If you're lucky enough to be extradited in a vehicle with windows at all."
  
Degrees Of Isolation is out now on CD, limited box CD, and digital via the Selfmadegod Records webshop HERE and Bandcamp HERE.
 
Since their 2005 formation, BANISHER has delivered a captivating style of brutal death metal loaded with technical precision and an experimental/sci-fi flair, releasing albums through Torn Flesh Records, Unquiet Records, Deformeathing Production, as well as several independent demos and EPs. Their fourth album, Degrees Of Isolation appears to be the most diverse, mature, and both musically and technically advanced album they have ever captured. The lyrics are based on true events, which makes the music on Degrees Of Isolation all the more dark and depressive. Every song tackles the feelings and emotions experienced throughout incarceration, being held in custody, and after being acquitted.

 

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