AS I LAY DYING Frontman's AUSTRIAN DEATH MACHINE To Release Debut

AUSTRIAN DEATH MACHINE, the side project of AS I LAY DYING singer Tim Lambesis, will release its debut album, "Total Brutal", later in the year via Metal Blade Records.

Commented Lambesis: "Ahhnold is the embodiment of everything brutal and stereotypically metal, so he is the perfect front man for each of these songs that I wrote in less than an hour. If you think that shows any sort of disrespect or makes me less a fan than you are, then I'd like to hear the entire CD you wrote in tribute to the governator. Plus, let's be honest, it came out a lot better than a lot of bands who are totally serious and practice all the time. Everything I put into my other band (AS I LAY DYING) is heartfelt and full of passion. This, on the other hand, is an outlet of pure testosterone and stupidity. I hope you're ready... chances are you already know the words to every chorus, so sing along!"

"Total Brutal" will feature the following tracks:

* "Hello California"
* "Get To The Choppa" (featuring a guitar solo by Jason Suecof)
* "Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers" (featuring a guitar solo by Mark MacDonald)
* "All Of The Songs Sound The Same"
* "I Am A Cybernetic Organism, Living Tissue Over (Metal) Endoskeleton" (featuring a guitar solo by Dan Fitzgerald)
* "Come With Me If You Want To Live" (featuring a guitar solo by Adam Dutkiewicz)
* "What It's Like To Be A Singer At Band Practice"
* "Who Is Your Daddy, And What Does He Do?" (featuring a guitar solo by Nick Hipa)
* "You Have Just Been Erased" (featuring a guitar solo by Mark MacDonald)
* "Broo-Tall Song Idea"
* "Here Is Subzero, Now Plain Zero" (featuring a guitar solo by Eyal Levi & Emil Werstler)
* "So Far, So Good, So Let's Talk About It"
* "Screw You (Benny)" (featuring a guitar solo by Jason Suecof)
* "Why?"
* "If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It" (featuring a guitar solo by Jason Barnes)
* "It's Not A Tumor" (featuring a guitar solo by Mark MacDonald)
* "Not So Hidden Track"

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