Italian death dealers Hideous Divinity have unleashed another track off their impending studio album Adveniens titled “Sub Specie Aeternitatis”. Guitarist Enrico Schettino said of it:

“Sometimes when you write music, or when you listen to music, you’re blessed with a feeling that may last just a couple of seconds. The feeling that Baruch Spinoza would have called a view from the perspective of the eternal, in Latin is ‘Sub Specie Aeternitatis’. It’s like our Angelus Novus, becoming one with God and experiencing the truth of what’s first for nature. The nature speaks to the poet, and the poet becomes historian. Here’s an ode to the poet, to the world, and its fumy remains. Here’s another violent reflection on art, using the only language Hideous Divinity knows.”

The record hits stores through Unique Leader Records on April 28th. Pre-orders on physical and digital formats can be picked up at the label’s IndieMerch store and Bandcamp.

[via Decibel]