Image concept by Alex Morgan Imaging
The Hinderers lineup:
Sean Farber – vocals
Eyal Levi – guitar
Mike Kameron – synth/keyboards/vocals
Emil Werstler – lead guitar
Jeremy Creamer – bass
Kevin Talley – drums
Band exits the studio and enters the mixing stage of their new full-length album!
The Hinderers is Dååth‘s second studio album and Roadrunner Records debut that was produced by the band and James Murphy, and originally released in March 2007. The now classic album that fused elements of death, thrash, and black metal with technical virtuosity is now available for the first time ever on Vinyl, via Metal Blade Records, in the following colors: Red Smoke, Clear Smoke, and as Gray Black White Marble.
Get your copy HERE
. Current and founding member Eyal had this to say about The Hinderers vinyl release and where things are at with the band’s new full-length album, due out from Metal Blade Records in 2024.
“Sometimes it’s good to be wrong.
As I personally celebrate 20 years since writing Ovum, the song that gave me a career, two things I never thought would happen are actually happening:
1. An old Dååth album on vinyl
2. A brand new Dååth album
Every single day, for the past twelve years, fans of the band have been hitting us up, demanding our back catalog on vinyl. While it’s been super flattering that anyone still cares about songs I wrote in my parent’s basement two decades ago, it has felt terrible to tell loyal fans that their desires are pipe dreams.
That’s why it makes me so happy to say that as of today, thanks to Metal Blade, The Hinderers is available in stores and on vinyl.
I don’t know if it’ll get a second pressing.
I don’t know if this will ever happen again.
All I know is that it’s happening now.
So if you’ve ever wanted Dååth on vinyl, get it now because It might not exist in the future.
… and speaking of the future… while writing this, I’m sitting in Orebro, Sweden, at Fascination Street Studios, listening to Jens Bogren mix the upcoming and BRAND NEW DÅÅTH album. It’s sounding tremendous. These songs are epic. Our best.
The Hinderers was produced by James Murphy (Disincarnate ex-Death, Testament, Obituary) and co-produced by Dååth and features guest solos by James Murphy of Death and James Malone of Arsis. James and Eyal engineered the record with the help of Andy Sneap, while Colin Richardson mixed the album for them.
The Hinderers tracklisting:
02. From the Blind
03. Cosmic Forge
05. Under a Somber Sign
07. Festival Mass Soulform
08. Above Lucium
09. Who Will Take the Blame?
10. War Born (Tri-Adverserenade)
11. Dead on the Dance Floor
12. Blessed Through Misery
13. The Hinderers
Check out Dååth‘s new singles and covers below:
Where the Slime Live (Morbid Angel cover ft. David Davidson) HERE
Purified by Vengeance (original single) HERE
The Philosopher (Death Cover ft. Dan Sugarman and Rafael Trujillo) HERE
No Rest No End (original single) HERE
About the band:
Dååth is an American progressive death metal band based in Atlanta, Georgia. The band began their journey in 1999 and stayed busy for just over a decade before taking a hiatus in 2011. In that time, Dååth released 4 studio albums (Futility – self-released 2004, The Hinderers – Roadrunner Records 2007, The Concealers – Century Media 2009, Dååth – Century Media 2010) and toured throughout the world with band’s like Dark Funeral, Naglfar, Zyklon, Dragonforce, Goatwhore, Chimaira, Throwdown, Dying Fetus, and Devildriver making a lasting impression with the metal community and its many subgenres. Dååth also landed a coveted spot on Ozzfest playing before tens of thousands of fans in outdoor amphitheaters across the US in addition to the infamous and long-running metal tour, Summer Slaughter.
In their time, Dååth managed to create an extensive fanbase worldwide with their unique brand of experimental death metal, which makes it no surprise that the metal community lit up once rumors of the band’s return began to surface online. The metal community only continued to buzz with support as members began making posts teasing new material. The metal world made it clear they were ready for the return of one of the strongest progressive death metal bands of the first part of the 00’s.
Dååth is now back with an updated lineup and stronger than ever, which can be heard in the group’s new single “No Rest No End” that saw digital release by Metal Blade Records on February 22, 2023. The track features guest solos by Rafael Trujillo (Obsidious, ex-Obscura, instagram.com/rafaeltrujillo_official) and Spiro Dussias (instagram.com/spirodussias) and was mixed by Jens Bogren (Sepultura, At The Gates, Kreator, Dimmu Borgir), Mastered by Tony Lindgren (Enslaved, Katatonia, Leprous, Wardruna), with Vocal Production by Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, Motionless In White, Wage War), and Engineering by John Douglass (Megadeth, Alluvial, The Contortionist).
Dååth followed up the release of “No Rest No End” with a cover of Death‘s “The Philosopher” that features Dan Sugarman of Ice Nine Kills and Rafael Trujillo and was released digitally on April 24, 2023.
On May 30, Dååth released the original single “Purified By Vengeance” that features both Mark Holcomb of Periphery and composer and sound designer Mick Gordon. The track was mixed by Jens Bogren, with Andrew Wade as vocal producer, and John Douglass handling engineering duties.
The band’s latest digital single, a cover of Morbid Angel‘s classic Where the Slime Live featuring a guest guitar solo performance by Dave Davidson of Revocation. The track was mixed and mastered by Dave Otero with artwork by Ryan Wolanski.
Eyal Levi – Guitar – instagram.com/eyalleviurmaudio
Sean Z – Vocals – instagram.com/seanzscreams
Krimh – Drums – instagram.com/_krimh_
Jesse Zuretti – Orchestration, synth, guitar – instagram.com/jessezuretti
Dave Marvuglio – Bass – instagram.com/davidmarvuglio