Bay Area tech death outfit Rings of Saturn have announced the completion of their forthcoming, currently untitled full length. The record was produced by Brette Ciamarra at Studio 344 in Pittsburgh and will see a release sometime this Fall via Unique Leader. The record will feature drumming by Black Tongue/Infant Annihilator drummer Aaron Kitcher, guest solo work by Day of Reckoning guitarist Rusty Cooley and a cover of Suicide Silence’s “No Pity for a Coward” in honor of late frontman Mitch Lucker. Guitarist Lucas Mann had the following to say on the upcoming album:
We are very pleased with the final outcome of the new album and are looking forward to unleashing it on our fans in the coming months! Through a group writing effort, we have taken a new and exciting direction with this album while still staying true to the brutal, technical, and overwhelming sound that Rings of Saturn fans enjoy. We are looking forward to all the feedback from everyone, as well as hitting the road again on tour with the new material.
In support of the upcoming release, the band have announced a summer U.S. tour with Arsonists Get All the Girls, Auras and AEnimus. The tour dates can be seen after the break.