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70s rock revivalists Umbilicus unleash their debut album »Path Of 1000 Suns«, out now via Listenable Insanity Records!

Florida 70s rockers Umbilicus featuring Cannibal Corpse/Deicide members stream their debut album, »Path Of 1000 Suns«, which was just released this last Friday, September 30h, 2022 via Listenable Insanity Records / Blood Blast Distribution.

01. Hello Future
02. Umbilicus
03. Gates Of Neptune
04. I, Human
05. Stump Sponge
06. My Own Tide
07. Life On The Sun
08. The Call
09. Traveler
10. Gathering At The Kuiper Belt

Courtesy of Infecting Cells PR:

70s rock revivalists Umbilicus are streaming their debut album, »Path Of 1000 Suns«, exclusively at Metal Injection. The group’s 10 original songs showcase their love for all things 70s hard rock, covering a range of influences from Grand Funk to Lucifer’s Friend to Led Zeppelin.

»Path Of 1000 Suns« is officially out now on Listenable Insanity Records, and is available on CD, vinyl, tape, as well as box set versions at the group’s Bandcamp page:

Mazurkiewicz says: “I’m so proud and excited that our debut album »Path Of 1000 Suns« is finally available to the masses. We want the world to enjoy listening to these songs as much as we enjoyed creating them. The future begins now! Hail the almighty Umbilicus!”

Photo by Deidra Kling

The quartet consists of (mostly) members of the extreme metal community: Paul Mazurkiewicz (Cannibal Corpse, Heaven’s Gate) on drums, Taylor Nordberg (Deicide, Inhuman Condition) on guitar, Vernon Blake (Anarchus, and occasionally Napalm Death live), and vocalist Brian Stephenson (Fore, Old James).

»Path Of 1000 Suns« was recorded, mixed and mastered by Taylor Nordberg at Smoke & Mirrors Productions in Spring Hill, Florida.

Pre-order »Path Of 1000 Suns« at

Umbilicus is:
Brian Stephenson – Vocals
Paul Mazurkiewicz – Drums
Vernon Blake – Bass
Taylor Nordberg – Guitar

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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