The new album from polish heavy metallers Divine Deep came out on June 8th via Ossuary Records, a new metal label founded by band’s singer Mateusz Drzewicz. The Omega Man is the follow-up to Tears Of The Ages released in 2016 via Stormspell Records and Metal Scrap Records. It features 45 minutes of heavy metal mixed with some death and black metal influences with a modern sound. For fans of Iced Earth, Judas Priest, Primal Fear, and also Slayer, Bathory, Dissection or even Death.
The title of the album and the lyrics of two tracks are inspired by Richard Matheson’s novel I’m A Legend from 1954, which has been screened many times. Among other literary inspirations, Erskine Caldwell and Robert E. Howard need to be mentioned.
All songs were recorded in Dobra 12 Studio in Bialystok with some additional recordings in HiGain Studio. Cover art and layout was created by esteemed graphic designer Dawid Boldys from Shred Perspective Works.
Divine Weep has been formed in 1995 as a black metal band. During the years of inactivity the band’s style evolved into classic heavy metal in the vein of bands like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. The band came back to life in 2010 with new songs and new members, getting a new chance to shine among Poland’s metal scene, which resulted in a lot of gigs and two studio albums.
Line-up: Mateusz Drzewicz – vocals, synths, Bartosz Kosacki – guitars, Dariusz Moroz – guitars, Janusz Grabowski – bass and Dariusz Karpiesiuk – drums.