Musik - AGONIA RECORDS und ORIGIN erweitern die "Origins of Origin" Serie
 AGONIA RECORDS und ORIGIN haben jetzt die Wiederveröffentlichung folgender Alben als "vinyl-only" Versionen bekanntgegeben: "ORIGIN"(2000), "Informis Infinitas Inhumanitas"(2002), "Echoes of Decimation"(2005) und "Antithesis"(2008). Streetdate ist der 25.Oktober.

"Excited to present and complete the "Origins of Origin" series with our first four albums on vinyl with Agonia Records!" erläutert ORIGIN Gründer/Gitarrist/Sänger Paul Ryan. "This is the first time the ‘Origin’ and ‘Informis Infinitas Inhumanitas’ albums have ever been pressed on vinyl. ‘Echoes of Decimation’ and ‘Antithesis’ are also being pressed for those who missed out on the fun the first time through! Thanks to all the friends/fans of ORIGIN for the support all these years!".

Dazu werden die einzelnen Etappen noch von der Band kommentiert:
-"Origin”: "The band was finally able to establish itself as a live presence, breaking free from being rooted in Kansas by touring across North America and developing itself as a devastating live band. We started to separate ourselves from our older material as we were changing sounds with the addition of James Lee [vocals], who became our touring vocalist for the latter part of the ‘Origin’ tour cycle".

-"Informis Infinitas Inhumanitas": "Informis Infinitas Inhumanitas’ is special because Origin again changed sounds and the band was developing even crazier song structures and varying staccato drumming. Mike [Flores; bass] and James had started touring with Origin as we were creating the ‘Informis Infinitas Inhumanitas’ album. We were learning who we were as a band, as well as creating a new style with these members".

-"Echoes of Decimation": "We unfortunately had more lineup changes but added a different sound on guitars when Clinton Appelhanz rejoined (formerly on bass 1997-98) and we started incorporating riffs with arpeggios into our song structures with a more straightforward drum attack. With James King on drums. Some of the most vicious sounds of death metal at the time!".

-"Antithesis": “The first Origin album to have previous members rejoin to write another album (the “Informis…” lineup). It was a second chance to compose the most devastating music we could come up with at the time. We collaborated on what we had learned in the past and just tried to push the limits of what we could do again by pushing the tempos to the redline and working on more dynamic song structures as well".

Origin (2000) - black and red LP
Informis Infinitas Inhumanitas (2002) - black and silver LP
Echoes of Decimation (2005) - black and baby blue LP
Antithesis (2008) - black and milky clear LP
Alucard am 22.07.2019, 08:00