Foetal Juice unveil the video for first single and title track of their forthcoming album, Gluttony – Exclusively at No Clean Singing

The UK’s lords of extremity present the video for the first single and title track of their forthcoming new album, ‘Gluttony‘. Following up their devastating 2016 album, Masters Of Absurdity, was never going to be an easy task for Foetal Juice, but early indications are that they’ve smashed through that glass ceiling in savage style. The suitably gore smeared visual feast of ‘Gluttony’ is available to watch exclusively at No Clean Singing. Click HERE to dive straight into the guts!

The band themselves offered up a few insights to what we can all expect from Gluttony the album…and that gruesome video!

“With the new album we feel as fans of Death Metal that it’s progressed to new strengths. As a whole it’s a lot faster, heavier and much more aggressive, both musically and lyrically, than anything we have previously written. We have taken influence from all extreme genres, whilst still keeping every song within the groove of Foetal Juice.

The single we are releasing – ‘Gluttony’ – is a good representation of the album as a whole. It has a mixture of Death Metal, Grind and Black Metal elements, that we use throughout the album. Lyrically this is about us and the rest of society being spoilt, greedy, selfish, and not worrying about the gluttonous consequences that come with it.

We dramatised the idea of Gluttony into a comical horror film, but the general idea is still the same. The kebab in our video is the Holy Grail, and even when consumed, the people want a portion after being teased by the dangling strips of flesh.”

So what are you waiting for? Head straight to No Clean Singing to feast on those ‘dangling strips of flesh’!

The new Foetal Juice full length album, Gluttony, from Gore House Productions will be landing on June 12th. Prepare to feast!

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