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New Death Scythe Video “Killer Faith”

Mexican melodic death metal band Death Scythe have released a stunning video for their song  “Killer Faith”. The song is taken from their album “Killing For Pleasure Forever” which will be out later this year.

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The band comments: “The sudden disappearance of the Mayan civilization is one of the most studied enigmas in history. Many believe it was their own blind faith in their Gods brought them to their inevitable end. “Killer Faith” is about how blind faith without question can lead us straight to our own “Xibalbá (hell).

More about Death Scythe:

Death Scythe is a Melodic Death Metal Band from Mérida, Yucatán, México. Formed in 2003 by Roberto Cervera and Gerardo Mendoza with the only goal of play pure melodic death metal. In 2006 they release their first self produced demo called Hollow Darkness.

After years in the underground scene of Yucatan the band release in October of 2008 their debut album Killing for Pleasure with 15 songs. 

The album included “Hollow Darkness” song that made them gain popularity in the local scene. The “Killing for Pleasure Tour”  included cities like Mérida, México City, Cancun and Cd. del Carmen. 

After this Death Scythe sadly but temporarily split, leaving their future uncertain.

After a nine years of silence, Death Scythe made their return as an active band in June of 2018 with a live concert and started to work in new songs.

In 2020, 12 years since their debut album, Death Scythe released their album “Descending Into Xibalba” in February of 2020.

Death Scythe has participated in several online festivals alongside bands such as JINGER, SHOKRAN and ARISE IN STABILITY.

The album “Descending Into Xibalba” was selected by the editors of Metal Injection as one of the top 10 best underground metal albums of 2020 at number 4.

Now, Death Scythe are about to release their new album “Killing for Pleasure Tour”.


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