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CATALYSIS Announce 'Connection Lost' Album Details 'City of The Dead' Lyric Video Available


Scottish death-thrash metal outfit CATALYSIS is glad to announce the agreement with The Metallist PR for the worldwide promotion of the upcoming Connection Lost album, scheduled to be released on July, 24th. The new release will be available on their Bandcamp page, as well as on the main digital platforms. Enjoy the lyric video for the track City of The Dead:


The album features guest guitar solos from Phil Demmel (Vio-Lence, ex-Machine Head) on Drowning in My Head and Joey Radziwill (Sacred Reich) on the track A Bridge Too Far. Connection Lost consists of twelve tracks showcasing unrelenting aggression and stomping groove, but also melodic elements like acoustic and clean guitar sections, vocal melodies and more refined guitar solos. The band often tackles topics that are important to its members and are relevant to the current events, like climate change and human’s relationship with the natural world, how prevalent xenophobia and racism are in modern society, and the further effects of many political decisions around the world.


Connection Lost drum parts has been recorded at Strait Up Studios in Dundee, while the rest has been recorded at home. Mixing and mastering by Death Metal legend Mendel Bij De Liej (ex-Aborted), who already worked with the band on the Catalysis EP released in 2018.


The artwork is by GuzikArt.


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Track Listing:

01. Conquer and Devour (2:42)
02. Devils in The Panic Room (3:48)
03. Drowning In My Head (feat. Phil Demmel) (4:09)
04. Connection Lost (3:32)
05. Brother (4:11)
06. Just Turn Back (3:28)
07. A Bridge Too Far (feat. Joey Radziwill) (4:27)
08. City of The Dead (3:39)
09. Reborn (4:16)
10. Sentinel (3:31)
11. Tomb for The Torn (3:22)
12. A Version of The Truth (6:31)


Studio Line-up:

Colin MacGregor: Vocals
Drew Cochrane: Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals
Sean Ramson: Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals
Calum Rennie: Drums



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