The First New Album in 12 Years

All Heads Are Gonna Roll

Out Now on LP/CD/Digital

The Return of Vomitory

Fast, Grinding, D-Beat, Fist-In-Your-Face Death Metal

All Heads Are Gonna Roll (2023) Album Info

In any serious conversation about death metal the name Vomitory has to come up. Following their inception in 1989, between 1996 and 2011 they dropped eight of the most blistering albums the genre has spewed up, the quartet parting ways in 2013. However, the band’s retirement turned out to be short lived, returning to stages in 2019 to celebrate the band's 30th anniversary, and now they drop their first new full-length in twelve years, the monstrous All Heads Are Gonna Roll.

Boasting the classic Vomitory sound with a few new twists and turns, it is everything their faithful could have hoped for, the band having taken their time before committing to it rather than rushing in. “We weren’t feeling any pressure, it was rather about making a decision whether we should continue as a band, i.e. release new material, or simply put the band back in the grave again,” explains drummer Tobias Gustafsson. “We wrote a few songs first just for the fun of it, to see if we still ‘had it’, before we made the final decision to continue and make a new full-length album.”

All Heads Are Gonna Rollis best described as “fast, grinding, D-beat, fist-in-your-face death metal”, it features fresh aspects that are uncommon to Vomitory records. “One thing in particular we did was to try to build distinct choruses in the songs, which is something we didn’t put too much effort into earlier,” explains drummer Tobias Gustafsson. “We have also spent a lot more time working with the backing vocal arrangements, which we certainly think paid off very well. It brings something new to our sound. We have also tried to write more straightforward riffs, like we did in the early 2000s.”

The instruments for the record were tracked in the band’s rehearsal space, on a mobile studio setup engineered by Mats Lindström, and was self-produced. This allowed them to work at their own pace in the hours that worked for them, rather than having this dictated to them as would be the case if they had rented a studio. “Although we had a lot of flexibility to choose our working hours, it was still crucial to keep the recording schedule as strict as possible, because it was so easy to say ‘let’s do it tomorrow instead’.” For vocals, they went to Leon Music Studios and engineer Rikard Löfgren, which was where they recorded their last three albums. The album was then mixed and mastered by Lawrence Mackrory at Rorysound Studios and in addition, a good friend Christian Fredriksson (Vulkan) was brought in to play some guitar solos to add an extra touch to their final work.

With vivid horror movie-inspired artwork - with a hint of anti-religion thrown in for good measure - All Heads Are Gonna Rollreally is the whole package for death metal fans, and a stunning return to form after so many years between releases.

— Metal Blade Records March 2023

The New Singles

Official Video, 2023
Directed by Marcus Svensson

Official Video, 2023
Directed by Marcus Svensson

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Upcoming Tour

Sep 21, 2023
Zluty Pes Club
Pardubice, Czech Republic
Sep 22, 2023
ORWOhaus
Berlin, Germany
Sep 23, 2023
Stubnitz
Hamburg, Germany
Sep 24, 2023
Mergener Hof
Trier, Germany
Sep 25, 2023
Backstage
Munich, Germany
Sep 26, 2023
Live Music Hall
Weiher, Germany
Sep 27, 2023
Junkyard
Dortmund, Germany
Sep 28, 2023
Cacaofabriek
Helmond, Netherlands
Sep 29, 2023
Kavka Zappa
Antwerp, Belgium
Sep 30, 2023
Gear de Nobel
Leiden, Netherlands
Oct 1, 2023
Metropool
Hengelo, Netherlands
Oct 3, 2023
KK's Steel Mill
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Oct 4, 2023
Opium
Dublin, Ireland
Oct 5, 2023
Limelight 2
Belfast, United Kingdom
Oct 6, 2023
Slay
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Oct 7, 2023
Rebellion
Manchester, United Kingdom
Oct 8, 2023
Underworld
London, United Kingdom
Oct 10, 2023
L'Usine
Geneva, Switzerland
Oct 11, 2023
Gaswerk
Seewen, Switzerland
Oct 12, 2023
Slaughter Club
Milano, Italy
Oct 13, 2023
Traffic
Rome, Italy
Oct 14, 2023
Revolver
San Dona Di Piave, Italy
Oct 15, 2023
Explosiv
Graz, Austria
Nov 10, 2023
Mexico Metal Fest
Monterrey, Mexico
Dec 8, 2023
Eindhoven Metal Meeting
Eindhoven, Netherlands
Mar 2, 2024
Stockholm Extreme Sounds
Stockholm, Sweden
May 23-26, 2024
Maryland Deathfest
Baltimore, MD, United States
Aug 22-24, 2024
Kaltenbach Open Air
Spital am Semmering, Austria