CABAL Ensue Chaos With ‘Exsanguination’, Announce Magno Interitus Record

CABAL Exsanguination review

Our new favourite Danish lads CABAL are back with another belter track after dazzling us on ‘Magno Interitus‘, featuring no other than Fit For An Autopsy‘s Joe Badolato. The Copenhagen five-piece recently signed to Nuclear Blast and are dropping fire tracks off the back of their debut record in 2018 – Mark of Rot as well as 2020’s Drag Me Down.

After releasing a couple of singles last year like Red Eye‘ and Innocent Blood‘, featuring Ingested‘s Jason Evans, CABAL are truly rising in the deathcore/metal scene. With strong Thy Art Is Murder influences, these Danes are privy to what sounds good in 2022. Today they’ve released new single ‘Exsanguination’ which required me to consult my dictionary; defined as “the action of draining a person, animal, or organ of blood,” – pretty dark, let’s check out how it sounds.

Kicking off with bouncy deathcore beats, demonic vocals spill across ‘Exsanguination’ with blast-beats dialling up the track ten-fold. Again with big CJ McMahon vocal influences, CABAL bring their own instrumental flavour of that deathcore/death metal fusion, balancing the breakdowns with blisteringly heavy chaotic sections.

Update: CABAL have announced their 2022 studio album Magno Interitus, out October 21 via Nuclear Blast.

Stream CABAL – ‘Exsanguination‘ here and
Pre-save Magno Interitus here
Out October 21 via Nuclear Blast.

CABAL new album 2022

Stream CABALMagno Interitus tracklisting

1. If I Hang, Let Me Swing
2. Insidious
3. Magno Interitus
4. Existence Ensnared
5. Insatiable
6. Blod af Mit
7. Exit Wound
8. Violent Ends
9. Exsanguination
10. Like Vultures
11. Plague Bringer

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About Ricky Aarons (541 Articles)
Co-editor at Wall of Sound and self-acclaimed deathcore connoisseur. My purpose is to expose you to the best emerging breakdowns and gutturals that this planet has to offer.