Carnation have dropped a video for their brand new song, “Stench of Death.” The clip was created by the death metal outfit themselves and will be self-releasing the single physically on a blood red 7” LP, which also includes their cover of Entombed’s “Supposed to Rot,” as a tribute to the late LG Petrov.
Frontman Simon Duson comments:
“We are back with full force to present you our newest track, bursting with relentless aggression! ‘Stench of Death’ is our personal antidote to the events of the past two years. It is the sonic embodiment of our unwavering determination to push forward. This new track will be released digitally, and on a limited 7″ Vinyl. Side B will contain our rendition of Entombed’s ‘Supposed to Rot,’ a cover we have been performing live for many years… Cheers LG, R.I.P.! Fuelled with this renewed vigor, we are once again ready to strike across the European mainland during the upcoming months. Embrace it, the Stench of Death!”
Watch the clip below: