AS LIGHT DECAYS: To Release New Album System Of Division on November 13th
As Light Decays are a four-piece metal band from Perth, Western Australia. With influences ranging from Sepultura to Sylosis, ALD delivers a unique blend of thrash and groove metal, laden with strong lyrical content, brutal themes, and driving riffs.
Along with releasing three singles and two music videos since inception in late 2017, As Light Decays have made a permanent and indelible mark on the strong Perth metal scene, having played over 35 shows since 2019 alongside internationally renowned bands.
On November 13th, 2021 As Light Decays release their debut album System Of Division. Eight tracks of relentless and thought-provoking Australian thrash, designed to play through from beginning to end.
Vocalist Jamie Gaitskell on the album:
System Of Division is a traditional album that was inspired by the heavy metal greats of the ’80s and ’90s. Melding together our varied influences and styles, As Light Decays aim to deliver a thought-provoking experience to the listener, which will be enhanced with every consecutive examination. ALD’s debut full-length record is both a damning snapshot of humanity’s plight and a resounding and galvanizing call to arms.
Drummer Beau Unwin adds:
Thank you to the family, friends and fans who helped make this album possible. Its been a good learning experience, I hope that you enjoy what we have created, I strongly believe the best is yet to come, so stay tuned!
Guitarist Brett Dunsire says:
The intent of this album was to hopefully offer something that people can connect to.
I believe that the link to music is critical to our humanity. Sometimes simply for the joy in listening to a favorite track or album in a moment where we might need it, or more importantly by introducing us to a unique viewpoint or understanding which may lead us to introspection on our actions and ultimate place in this world. I hope this album might be a similar catalyst for people. Enjoy and play it loud!
2. Mercy Kill
3. The Blame Game
4. Chaos In Order
5. The Torrents Fall
6. Dissent from Above
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