Belgian band/project ASCENDENCY has made its "To Walk a World that is Not" demo available for download via its MySpace page. "Since we can only upload four anthems of mayhem [on MySpace], and the demo contains five, we will change one of the songs every Saturday so you can download all five of them," says the group.According to ASCENDENCY's official bio, "This entity got assembled somewhere around 1995. The first generation of tunes were recorded and put on disc that same year resulting in two demos later combined on one disc. This contraption was named SOULSEARCH. As time passed the two protagonists lost eye on each other. Resulting in absolute nothingness... Now 10 years later, thanks to technology, the two minds behind ASCENDENCY return with new material. This second incarnation is an improved and stronger version of the first. Now looking for a label, The Chalice and HammereR will continue to write new material and record it. Even if it's just to torture the eardrums of those interested."
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