Dieth, the new death metal band featuring the renowned ex-Megadeth bassist David Ellefson, has announced their debut album titled To Hell and Back, set for release on June 2nd. The title track is already available to listen to, giving metalheads a glimpse of the incredible music the band has to offer.
Ellefson, along with ex-Entombed A.D. guitarist/vocalist Guilherme Miranda and drummer Michał Łysejko (ex-Decapitated), founded Dieth in 2020. The band’s death/thrash roots are unmistakable on “To Hell and Back,” which showcases their musical prowess. Miranda’s extreme guttural vocals and Łysejko’s technical rhythms blend well with Ellefson’s unmistakable basslines, which served as Megadeth’s foundation for years.
According to Miranda, “To Hell and Back” perfectly encapsulates their personal and collective journeys as professional musicians. “For an album to connect with the listener, it has to have deep meaning, and this wraps up this whole moment for us,” he said in a press statement. “We’ve been to Hell — and we’re Back!”
The announcement of Dieth’s debut album has thrilled fans, who have been eagerly waiting for new music from Ellefson. Despite the controversy surrounding his departure from Megadeth, Ellefson has continued to prove his prowess as a musician with Dieth. The band’s high-energy and skillful performances are sure to impress metalheads around the world.
To Hell and Back is a testament to Dieth’s exceptional songwriting and musical abilities. Fans can look forward to hearing more of their innovative music and seeing them perform live on stage. With the support of music enthusiasts and the guidance of the legendary David Ellefson, Dieth is poised to make a massive impact in the world of metal.