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Since the release of their 2003 debut album, Planisphærium, Wormed have been one of the most respected brutal death metal bands of modern time. Rarely criticized and often praised, the Spain born group have been active since 1998 and previously released one full-length, one EP, two demos, a single and a split album. While Wormed released the EP Quasineutrality in 2012, fans world wide have been anxiously awaiting a full-length follow up for ten long years. Exodromos is that follow up, and it is easily one of the most highly anticipated albums of 2013. The band have stated that Exodromos is a prequel to Planisphærium, and that it "tells the story of futuristic science concepts and chaotic visions of the last human left in the cosmos." What new alien sci-fi adventures do Wormed have in store for audiences?
Exodromos is a brutally hellish descent at terminal velocity through space, time, and the end of humanity as we know it. The audience travels along side Krighsu, the last k
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