Genus Ordinis Dei to release new studio album “Glare of Deliverance” on December 4th 2020

Genus Ordinis Dei Glare of Deliverance cover
Symphonic death metallers Genus Ordinis Dei have announced their new full-length concept album “Glare of Deliverance”, which will be released on December 4th, 2020. The album will be produced by Tommaso Monticelli at Sonitus Studio (Crema, Italy).

The band have also announced a crowdfunding campaign to create the first metal music opera which will feature a series of ten music video episodes (one for each song on the album), limited-edition merchandise, exclusive access and more!

Get additional info about the band’s “Glare of Deliverance” crowdfunding campaign via Indiegogo, here, and watch the trailer below.

“Glare of Deliverance” full-length album is available to pre-save now, here. Physical and digital pre-orders begin on September 11th, 2020 and the full-length album will be released worldwide on December 4th, 2020.

01. Ritual
02. Hunt
03. Edict
04. Examination
05. Torture
06. Judgement
07. Dream
08. Abjuration
09. Exorcism
10. Fire

“"Glare of Deliverance" is much more than just a follow-up to our sophomore album "Great Olden Dynasty", it’s a series of ten individual songs, each with its own music video/episode which combine in order like a short film or television series which tells the story of a young woman persecuted by the Holy Inquisition”, says guitarist Tommy Mastermind. “We’ve been working on this project for a long time, and as our vision for this grew more and more ambitious, we realized we'd need to put together a bigger team. We brought on a concept artist, a team of costume designers, actors & actresses, video production crews, and even a full-scale professional choir!”...

Lead vocalist Nick Key adds: “"Glare of Deliverance" is an insane, monumental idea to execute. We tried to explain the scope of this project to our record label and they didn’t really understand what we are trying to do until after we put together a full production timeline, scripts & treatments for all the episodes, concept art, and rough mixes of the songs on the album. Eventually they began to understand our vision though. Even with what they are bringing to the project, we believe the best way to give this opera the quality it deserves is to directly involve our fans, and anyone who wants to be a part of this innovative musical project”.

Nick K - Vocals and Guitars
Tommy Mastermind - Guitars
Steven F. Olda - Bass
Richard Meiz - Drums