AVERSIONS CROWN's New Song "The Breeding Process" Is All About Alien Abduction
Aversion's Crown is on the road now with The Black Dahlia Murder, Whitechapel, and Fleshgod Apocalypse. In celebration of the tour, the band has released a brand new song called "The Breeding Process." The song was mixed and mastered by Will Putney (Thy Art Is Murder, The Acacia Strain), was engineered by Matt Shorter (Boris The Blade, Exile), and is super heavy.
It's also about aliens abducting people and making them breed. Which is gross.
"We spent some time recently in the studio to develop the blueprint for our 4th Album. We wanted to figure out exactly what sound we were going for and what direction the album would take. The result of this was 'The Breeding Process'. The song paints the disturbing image of a human production farm – aliens abducting humans and using them for inter-species breeding projects. The song shows hints of a new direction whilst it also includes Aversions Crown's DNA from our earlier material."
Get the dates for the tour here and grab "The Breeding Process" as a digital single below.