Solid State's latest addition, As They Sleep, will release their label debut, 'Dynasty' on Nov. 22. Noisecreep is thrilled to give you an exclusive taste of the album -- which was produced by the one and only Jason Suecof -- now by premiering 'Bedlam at the Nile.' The song will roar through your brain like a battering ram, with its deathcore grooves and near-surgical precision.

"'Bedlam at the Nile' observes the fall ancient Egypt, and much like the album's opening track, 'Oracle of the Dead,' it pretty much slays from start to finish," singer Aaron Bridgewater told Noisecreep. "It is centered around famine, disease and even cannibalism. There was no way it wasn't going to have a spot on 'Dynasty.' We're certain that if you like what you've heard, you'll love 'Bedlam.' I mean, what better genre of music to cover the desecration of a sacred sanctity than death metal?"

Listen to 'Bedlam at the Nile'

Bridgewater further commented on the concept behind 'Dynasty,' which explores the rise and fall of empires throughout history and mythology, saying, "A concept album is something we have always wanted to do. We just didn't know if we would ever get the chance to. Now, on Solid State Records, the timing couldn't be better, and we can't wait for all of you to get a sneak peak of 'Bedlam at the Nile.'"